Roundhouse diorama

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Thanks...still a lot to go. I am waiting for the lights to arrive so I can start installing them in the stalls. Going to install piping in the roundhouse.
 

RE#1

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So the hardest thing for me is when enough is enough when it comes to scenery. Over doing a scene can kill a diorama. So I decided to go with this version for the machinery area.
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RE#1

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okay this diorama is very frustrating 🤯. I had to glue the building to the base in order to apply the belts to the machinery. That is a very tedious!! At least I am finally gluing items in place. I still have three more belts to apply.
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