Tim Hortons

Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by jasbourre, Feb 17, 2005.

  1. jasbourre

    jasbourre Member

    I'm thinking of scrach building a Tim Hortons (for my American Friends it a coffee and donut shop) in HO, has anyone else ever done this.

  2. CalFlash

    CalFlash Member

    Be sure to load up on police cars. :D
  3. jasbourre

    jasbourre Member

    No police cars here, only cable TV guys.
  4. northern_blues

    northern_blues New Member

    Tim Hortons, LOL! Always a lineup in my neck of the woods, all day every day.

    I wonder if there are Tim's decals around. You would have to have a neon sign.
  5. Will_annand

    Will_annand Active Member

    Our club has a Tim Horton's on it's N Scale show layout.

    The sign is actully from a sugar packet.
    The sugar packet was cut and sandwiched between 2 sheets of stryene.

    Just a thought.

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  6. northern_blues

    northern_blues New Member

    Excellent, Will. I never thought I'd see it. I bet it's a favorite at the model train shows.

    I was at the show in Barrie over the weekend. I saw Orangeville and Barrie and Midland modellers.

  7. Will_annand

    Will_annand Active Member

    Dave, why didn't you stop and ask for me at The Muskoka Model RR table?
    I was there from open until close on both days.

    Our next show will be the Midland show in May.
  8. northern_blues

    northern_blues New Member

    Oh, boy. I'm sorry, Will. Actually, with 4 posts to my credit on this forum, I'm surprised I can tie my own shoes.

    Yup, I told my wife about the show in Midland in May. We're going to up there for that so I'll be sure to ring you up at the Muskoka Model RR table.

    Did you have a working rr exhibit or did you have one of the tables selling stuff or just what?

    I saw one N scale railroad, I think.

    I was kind of in and out. I saw a P2K GP7 in CP colours and bought it, HO scale.

    Actually, there is a show in Kingston mid-March.

  9. Will_annand

    Will_annand Active Member

    Sorry I missed you Dave.

    We have an 8' x 16' N Scale layout. It was the table with the green skirting.

    We constantly had 4 trains running on it. On Sunday I had a 4-4-0 and two old time 50' passenger cars running an "Excursion" around the inner most track.

    See the thread on the show, Robin took some pictures on Sunday and posted them on Sunday night.


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