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OldEastRR

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New Year on the NH-ish layout
« on: January 02, 2021, 06:43:58 AM »
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now that i"ve acquired (almost) all of my locos and rolling stock it's time to turn attention to the pink and dull brown scenery;

The car storage/staging yards: (haven't decided what they are yet)'



The only "real" NH prototype on the layout -- locos behind are cleaned and ready for service



The stone arch bridge getting real support



Printing plant has more to be added; this shows the undec ESM car needs to be painted NH in BAR colors



The power genrating station has been reisized and set


(this fkkin website won't let me chage the pic orientation -- thanks, Obama!!)

Trying out some ground effects -- and sad to say I'm going to be forced to install ballast, (damn their eternal souls to hell)



The foundry only needing a few more details (like doors)



THe coalyard has been redesigned for a trestle (to be built)



Houses are slowly being set up on their scenery lots



Downtown Bergerton looking less like 1946 Berlin



The Victorian mansion still being sized


The new "outer" cab controller



Since nobody makes an N scale '30s art deco highway bridge I go it alone ...






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nscalbitz

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Re: New Year on the NH-ish layout
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2021, 07:43:49 PM »
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>>Downtown Bergerton looking less like 1946 Berlin

Really?
I suspect it may have looked better...  :o
Glad to see progress anywhere you can make it.
I am missing doing scenery in 'large'
cheers