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SP RR

Forum for discussions of all aspects of modeling trains and railroad related items.

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sdrees
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Re: SP RR

Postby sdrees » Fri Jan 27, 2017 6:49 pm

Attached are progress photo's on the track work in the sawmill area. The track that you see is glued down and I will complete the remaining track when the buildings are in their final resting place.[attachment=3]DSCN3113.JPG[/attachment][attachment=2]DSCN3114.JPG[/attachment][attachment=1]DSCN3119.JPG[/attachment][attachment=0]DSCN3122.JPG[/attachment]
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Re: SP RR

Postby sdrees » Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:30 pm

The track work on the SP RR is 98 % complete. There are several spurs that still need to be installed but I will do that when I know which structures they will service. Attached are several overall photo's of the layout with the recent track work.[attachment=2]00001IMG_00001_BURST20170217152418.jpg[/attachment][attachment=1]IMG_20170217_152756.jpg[/attachment][attachment=0]IMG_20170217_153037.jpg[/attachment]
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sdrees
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Re: SP RR

Postby sdrees » Sun Apr 30, 2017 7:34 pm

A week ago, my sister and her husband spent a week in Tucson. While here, my sister started to paint the backdrop for the railroad.[attachment=1]DSCN3800.JPG[/attachment]
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