Steve B said:BTW happy 2000th post
modelbob said:They need less on top of the ties and more between the ties. The rock they use is also a bit on the small side, notice there are two distinct sizes of rock, one large (the good stuff) and one smaller (not so good).
However, from the modeler's point of view, this is quite typical of many spur tracks and would make a good model.
Or just give me an excuse for being too lazy to brush all the ballast off the ties before gluing it downgrande man said:That's what I love about these type pics, they can be inspiring to an energetic modeler.
Don't get me started on this trackage... I gets a WHOLE lot worse! I know I have shots somewhere lemme find them later today.JeffShultz said:I take it it hasn't been tamped down? Normally I wouldn't think of finding ballast, esp. that much, on top of the ties.
Just some Fine N scale ballast and you're golden!sushob said:Or just give me an excuse for being too lazy to brush all the ballast off the ties before gluing it down
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