|An N-Scale Santa Fe branchline through the mountains|
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I completed my first 15 trees, with some help from my daughter Megan. They looked like a bunch of trees on the piece of styrofoam, but on the layout they barely covered anything. Looks like I need about 100 more just to cover the mountains behind Jasper. I don't even want to think about how many I need in total!
Working on two separate projects right now.
A lumberyard and a sanding facility
Completed the Sanding Facility.
Redoing the staging yard, made it offset so that the grade in/out is less.
|The lumberyard main building is complete. Still need to build an office, and add scenery, lumber, details, fencing, etc.|
Finished the Lumberyard office, still need to add signs and details.
Started working on a water tower.
Almost finished the water tower, still working on the rust, ladders and water.
Started work on a wooden caboose kit from Robert Ray - the ATSF "Widowmaker".
Almost done with the caboose kit.
Working on my first complete scratchbuild. It's based off of plans published in the Narrow Guage and Shortline Gazette.
Made a little more progress on the scratchbuild.
Initial staining and painting completed.
Walls together and the base started.
Finally adding some scenery around the station and icing platform.
More work completed on the Inn. Painted the interior, added interior details, and lighting
Added lighting and the sub-roof
Add Copper Tape to simulate the metal roof, and added the trim work and canopy supports. The Inn is now done!