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Lynnb

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This is the plan I'm using for my new layout. Since photobucket has thrown a wrench into the mix I've found it quite difficult to upload but now realize images can be uploaded.
 

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wombat457

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Lynn,

Looks like something you would build ... looks good mate. Bit hard to read the dimensions so how big an area do you have for the layout?
 

Lynnb

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I like it. Plenty of running room and lots of scenery opportunities. How big is this going to be?
If you look closely around the perimeter of the plan you can see the numbers in feet , the scale is HO. It is similar to the previous layout but downscaled back to the original room size.
 

wombat457

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Lynn,

Thanks and it's just my "Old Eyes" mate - not working quite as well as they could be.
 

wombat457

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Lynn,

Try getting a thing called IMGUR, it is like photobucket BUT free, fast and easier to use. I use it for my pictures here and it does work very well.

Looks as though your getting well into the build and it looks good, even sideways :)
 

jim81147

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Looking good Lynn , a beautiful trestle . I really like the backdrop you painted . Looking forward to watching this one come together.
 

wombat457

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Lynn,

Don't think you'll be disappointed and (forgot to mention this earlier) but I also really like the trestle and glad you retained it.
 

Lynnb

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Thanks Yannis , I'm having a problem getting Imgur figured out but when I do I'll post pics hopefully showing correctly. I keep only getting an X in a box when I post any of the imgur photo links I uploaded.
 

wombat457

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Lynn,

Not wanting to state what you have probably already noticed but there are 2 types of links, one for bulletin boards and forums and one for some other stuff not including forums. Make sure you picking the right link to copy and paste.



The one highlighted in green above mate.
 

wombat457

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Lynn,

Not a problem and, as always, your scenery and attention to detail with the structures is first class.
 

Yannis

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Amazing piece of work Lynn. I really like the patina and weathering style that you apply in your work, very realistic. Looking forward to seeing more and thanks for posting!

Yannis
 

Lynnb

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Thanks Tony and Yannis for the nice comments.
I will be starting a much larger water front scene very soon called the Bar Mills Hunch Landing.
 




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