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 Posted: Sun Mar 10th, 2019 06:25 pm
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Hi! I've been working with my harbour for some time, but completed it just before Christmas.
The video has been made during the process. It can maybe be a bit of inspiration to others, since a harbour gives so many freight possibilities to a model railroad. Great fun! :lol:




Here's a snap-shot of the scene seen from the sea side:






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Hello Martin.That looks very nice. :thumbs


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Hi Martin

I will be having a small wharf scene and had already seen your video, which was very helpful indeed - as are all your videos (well the ones in English I find a little more helpful!)

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Looks brilliant. I will copy some of those techniques when I start to build the seaside part of Teasel Bay! Thanks for sharing!



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