DEJA VU! I used chalk but same, same!
Yep the bar is first and we are on the same page. Just ordered the counter top yesterday. 15 feet by 30 inches. That should hold a cold one or two.This is just plain old cool. Glad I stumbled upon this thread.
I think I'd get that bar operational first.
You'll be needing it for breaks and such.
Good dog!! A project of that magnitude I'd had a frig hooked up on the first day! At least a mini-bar/hotel sized frig. Think how much time one could save not having to go up and down stairs on beer and shot runs. Even I was packing a little cooler when I was building my little 6'x7' thing. Must be an "Eric" thing.Yep the bar is first and we are on the same page. Just ordered the counter top yesterday. 15 feet by 30 inches. That should hold a cold one or two.
Ho scale.I do have a plan right now on a rough sketch.What scale are you going to be working in and do you have any plans for the layout yet ??
Well sure Brother Eric. That's because he's buckin for that front row seat - since it was his idea after all.You know the funny thing is the guy that came up with this idea of the bar top looking into the train room was my Landscaping guy.
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