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 Posted: Sun Mar 15th, 2009 09:38 pm
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It would be rude not to put something in here after Bob has created the Narrow Guage section.

As discussed in the main layout section the orange growers assciation is a Mexican cooprative. the line was restored by the association to aid transport of workers fruit and juice betwwen the members farms and the juicing plant.

This is a small module (3' by 18") as my first foray back into On30. I wont repost all that I have put in the main layout thread but will continue the adventure here.

Just for anyone who in future reads this thread for the first time.

Here is the track plan



Some scratchbuilt stock



And my Baldwin 2-8-0



John

 

 

 

 

 

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 Do you grow them oranges in OO scale John :hmm



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john are the oranges and boxes scratchbuilt or bought? either way they're bril!

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Kev sorry only grow them in O

Mikey, everything in the second pic, coach, loco, trucks, boxes even down to the oranges is scratchbuilt. I have used OO chassis to build the stock on.

The oranges are small beads painted . . orange. . the hardest bit is filling all the little holes in the beads with blue-tak, fiddely and borring !

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