Mid week WPF??

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NZRMac

In Training Down Under.
Had to take some more photos!!

Thanks Jos for the drawing it all made sense.





I hung a plumb bob down and transfered the measuresments onto the tape on floor then worked out the length of the outriggers(?) required and screwed em on.

Ken.
 

grove den

naturally natural trees
Ken: Nice "innovation" : Midweek WPF!
BTW: Do 'they' run before Christmas???;)

Jos

ps Steve: you beat me, you're faster with your reply;)
 
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rhoward

S.L.O.&W. Trainman
Wow! That is looking sooooooo good, Ken! I think I am going to have to take a vacation sometime in NZ, maybe a side trip to Christchurch.... Hmmmm.

BTW, Did you get my e-mail?
 

NZRMac

In Training Down Under.
Steve B said:
That's fantastic mate,,, have you ever considered a job building MR's
I'd love to build MR's for a living but not much demand over here, most I've seen are pretty simple layouts.

Ken: Nice "innovation" : Midweek WPF!
BTW: Do 'they' run before Christmas???;)

Jos
I don't think I'll have trains on there before the jolly fat guy arrives, I need more track for that.

rhoward said:
Wow! That is looking sooooooo good, Ken! I think I am going to have to take a vacation sometime in NZ, maybe a side trip to Christchurch.... Hmmmm.

BTW, Did you get my e-mail?
Love to have you stay Ray, you even have my address? I sent it back to you same day.

OldGettysk said:
Really nice woodwork Ken !!!!
Thanks Paul love building it.


Ken.
 

RexHea

RAIL BENDER
Excellent work, Ken! My goodness you have really been busy. How about a complete set of photos on what you have done so far? As I told you awhile back, I got lost to what point you are at now.;) :)
 

modelbob

Administrator
Ken,

I wonder if you'd do me a favor, and consider putting something like this into a thread that you continue posting to.

The WPF's are great, I really appreciate them, and they really keep the place hopping. However... since they're all named WPF, it makes going back and finding stuff later a real hassle.

For photos of a project like this one, starting a thread called "Ken's Layout" or the name of your railroad or whatever, and posting photos as you go would make a really useful reference later. Folks could see what you did, how you did it and learn from it.

Just an idea...

Thanks!
Bob

PS - The same comments apply to anyone else with an ongoing project obviously.
 

rhoward

S.L.O.&W. Trainman
Love to have you stay Ray, you even have my address? I sent it back to you same day.

Ken.
Yep, got it! I didn't check the e-mail account that I have for this forum. My regular e-mail with Road Runner bounces stuff back to Model Bob. Makes him Grouchy......:rolleyes: :D

Thanks!
 

jbaakko

Diesel Detail Freak
So... shouldn't this be "M-wPF" (Mid-week Photo Fun)?

I agree with Bob though, might be easier to find later...
 




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