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  1. #11
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    Default Yep they are a little on the big size!

    Here's a model of the local grain elevator.





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    This month's contribution is a bit smaller but will go on the layout next week.



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    NICE Russ!!
    I DO hope that LAST year's snow on that BIG one!!
    You've been busy
    scott
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    Yep last years white stuff. My schedule during warm days is to spend a lot of time at the park. During evenings and colder weather then I get shop bot busy. I am also an active ON30 model train railroader so I do a lot of laser and 3d printing stuff during the colder days. Keeps me out of the bars but I haven't decided if it's any cheaper than going to the bars! Russ
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    Bumping an old thread but you are doing better then G scale as though buildings look pretty large for that scale.

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    Yep bigger than G scale. They are approx 1/8 th scale = 1 1/2 inch to the foot. I love making them and with the bot, well . . . . .:} Russ





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    [QUOTE=chiloquinruss;207814]Yep bigger than G scale. They are approx 1/8 th scale = 1 1/2 inch to the foot. I love making them and with the bot, well . . . . .:} Russ

    Thanks, i love your work and you should post on Facebook more often. I have to remind myself these forums are here.

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