Roundhouse diorama

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beiland

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I might suggest you add a base to your roundhouse,...like the thin metal one I added here
https://modelrailroadforums.com/for...urchased-korber-roundhouse.32540/#post-482183

makes things a little easier to handle and move around.

I'm also considering adding a paper image to my tracks to indicate the pits that most would find below the tracks in the roundhouse.
https://modelrailroadforums.com/for...urchased-korber-roundhouse.32540/#post-500054

I've also included a number of interior pics of roundhouses over there,..that I hope to add some details to mine in the future.
 

RE#1

Well-Known Member
My base for the roundhouse will be made of plaster simulating concrete once painted and will have pits in some of the bays. As for the turntable I will be purchasing one from Custom Model Railroads.
 




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