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Erik The Train Nerd
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Here is My layout's first residential building That I built a few days ago It was a fun little kit
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DaCheez
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Looks like a clean assembly job! I like the look of the rolling fields as well.

I don't think I've ever incorporated a model house in to a layout. They're one of those things where they look odd by themselves, but I don't have the patience to build a whole neighbourhood. You've found a nice balance with the semi-rural setting!
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Erik The Train Nerd
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Yes there's lots of that near where I live so I just thought I do that.
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Looks like a clean assembly job! I like the look of the rolling fields as well.

I don't think I've ever incorporated a model house in to a layout. They're one of those things where they look odd by themselves, but I don't have the patience to build a whole neighbourhood. You've found a nice balance with the semi-rural setting!

Originally posted by DaCheez - July 30 2020 :  12:51:33 PM

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Erik The Train Nerd
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I think I might build a few more houses sometime.
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Looks Nice! Ditto on what cheez said. Makes for a good image with the passing train!
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Chops124
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Wow, that looks great, Erik. In the background is a
magnificent NH passenger rake with the GG1 in
what i believe is the "Snow Bird Scheme." Good post.
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Wow, that looks great, Erik. In the background is a
magnificent NH passenger rake with the GG1 in
what i believe is the "Snow Bird Scheme." Good post.

Originally posted by Chops124 - July 30 2020 :  7:48:35 PM



Gotta love the snow bird scheme. Not so much the snow birds themselves, coming down to Florida in the winter not knowing how to drive around here!
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Erik The Train Nerd
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Glad you like It!
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Wow, that looks great, Erik. In the background is a
magnificent NH passenger rake with the GG1 in
what i believe is the "Snow Bird Scheme." Good post.

Originally posted by Chops124 - July 30 2020 :  7:48:35 PM

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RP model railroads
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Looks great!
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Erik The Train Nerd
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Thanks!
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Looks great!

Originally posted by RP model railroads - July 30 2020 :  9:28:00 PM

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walt
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Nice little home Erik and a good job putting it together! I had saved a section that measures over 4 feet long and 27 inches wide and more area around the curve for homes that I had bought. I have two homes that's not in the photo. One is a farm house that goes on another section of my table. Seems like I don't get much done because I let my car hobby bide my time.
Edited by - walt on July 31 2020 02:27:04 AM
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Chops124
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I like the hood.
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