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    Now I'm going to have nightmares.
    Cheers!
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    @ el Gato Gordo

    I can send you some "new cough syrup" to help with that .......
    Cheers Tony

    "Knowing what to do is one thing ... being able to do it is another"
    "It is easy to criticize ... a lot harder when you have to justify it"

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    Combat Wombat :hills:

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    Just scored some fresh clear Fir 1X2X13 from the neighbor who was just going to toss it out.

    So now I have several pieces cut up for my L framing for my 29"X48" modules slowly progressing along.

    Pics after I get the next module together.
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    Got my old issue of MR that has the Peace River article and after looking at it.

    It gave me some serious food for thought as I progress forward with this layout.

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    I like it. You could do quite a lot with this in N scale.

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    Thanks all just got a couple of 2'6" X 30' rolls of brown wrapping paper from the local dollar store and slowly laying out each section as a module.

    Makes it easier to deal with a 2'6" X 48" slab of paper plus allows for changes much easier plus if I Royally screw it up I can just use the other side lol.
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    So I haven't touched base on this in awhile so here goes.

    Came in the mail today a full box of N scale Cork when split in half gives me 150 feet worth of road bed as I use single pieces under my rail.

    And picked up some wood Monday.

    Till next time

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