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 Posted: Wed Aug 21st, 2019 06:18 pm
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Hi All,
Thanks for the advice and it will be followed up on.  I am actually retyping this from last night as for some reason it decided not to upload.

There is not much visible to be shown but I have replaced the roof on the loco depot as well as raised it and it will be repainted to a tan/white mix with a black tar paper roof when I get the card siding done to give it some dimensionality. The siding is done for the two outside walls and two of the round house panels but I have yet to figure out the best for the window work... I am thinking in terms of old x-ray film or maybe OH transparency  with grids and shading.

Most of the work has been under the layout where I have put in rodding for the points at the "Northwest Corner" with wire rodding.  It took me a couple of goes because the point/turnout throwbars were literally across the L girder beams and not allowing enough leverage, plus I like the action of rodding rather than solenoids.  At least with the knees I feel that I can actually get under the layout now! 

So there being nothing to actually see, I will post a pic from an operating session showing a westbound train somewhere on "the road" while a switcher is reorganising the next east bound freight... it may have been the pic that created an issue so I will send it separately,

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