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Kit Building / Re: Rail Scale Models
« Last post by Janbouli on Today at 07:07:32 PM »
Thanks for following along , and Steve thanks for making N-scale kits , we need more like you and Rich and Darryl to name a few.
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Baggage Car - Daily Chat / Re: Miniature table saw?
« Last post by Janbouli on Today at 07:00:48 PM »
That looks very good , unfortunately shipping would make it very expensive for me , but for Americans that would be a much better choice then the MM one.
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Kit Building / Re: Rail Scale Models
« Last post by PRR Modeler on Today at 06:56:56 PM »
I'm watching.
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Kit Building / Re: Tylick Tool Bar Mills My build Challenge 2018
« Last post by postalkarl on Today at 06:51:51 PM »
Hi Bob:

Thanks appreciate the compliment.

Karl
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Happy Birthday Frank.
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Baggage Car - Daily Chat / Re: Miniature table saw?
« Last post by vinceg on Today at 06:28:26 PM »
Try this one; byrnesmodelmachine.com   Best that money can buy. I don't own one but did get to use one once. If the proxxon and micro-lux ones are average chevys, this was a ferrari or mcclaren.
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FYI to all -- looks like the link is byrnesmodelmachines.com. (missing the "s" at the end of machine)
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Kit Building / Re: Tylick Tool Bar Mills My build Challenge 2018
« Last post by bparrish on Today at 06:17:24 PM »
Karl...

Great build......

Thanx
Bob
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Kit Building / Re: Rail Scale Models
« Last post by bparrish on Today at 06:14:51 PM »
Jan...

Good start........ I'm in...

Stephen......... welcome aboard.

see ya
Bob
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Scratchbuilding / Re: My winter project - Oakley Street Chicago
« Last post by bparrish on Today at 06:11:32 PM »
Did a bunch of detail work on the structures and got them "planted" into the base work and side walks.

Time for some upholstery.  Although none of it is visible around the foreground structures, it cannot be overlooked.

There is no precise date on the photo but mid to late September 1893 is pretty close.  Withing two to three weeks otta get it.  People in Chicago started to switch back to dark clothing during September, away from summer whites.  Also the leaves are coming off the trees by October.

So I chose colors that still showed the not completely yellowed out of shrubs and trees of mid September.

There is still a lot of detail stuff but it's starting to look like something.

see ya
Bob









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Kit Building / Re: Rail Scale Models
« Last post by Rail-Scale-Models on Today at 06:07:16 PM »
Jan,
Thanks for trying out my kits... and posting your progress here.  I can't wait to see how they come together for you, and get some of your feedback.
For those that see a resemblance in some of my N scale kits to those of Carolina Craftsman Kits, it is true, your eyes are not mistaken.  Jeff G of CCK and I have an arrangement that I am reproducing some of his kits into N scale.

Hope you enjoy these kits.
Best Regards,
Stephen Milley
Rail-Scale-Models
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