It has begun..... again!!?

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naturally natural trees
KenNZRMac: It has begun..... again!!?

So Ken here the drawing I've told you about I would draw for you so you have an impression of the mine buildings over the main track and the track
that leads to the stagingyard...

Jos
 
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grove den

naturally natural trees
thanks Bob,

The mine is a litle bit built like they do here in my area so Ken has to chanche that...but I think they would do the same here when they had to built it straight up to a hill/rock ( we don't have any rocks here in my country..only very small hills)

Jos
 

NZRMac

In Training Down Under.
WOW Jos!!!! I was just kidding, but I'm happy you did this looks fantastic.

I think I'd build this in any new home we have. My layout I just demo'd was too big for a working lad (time!!)

Ken.
 




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