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Date: 12/06/12 15:26
Calling a spade a spade
Author: WrongWayMurphy

Track on the left is the MKT/T&P joint track main line to Fort Worth and penetrates a wall, runs through the bathroom, a closet, then emerges in another room which depicts Fort Worth. Previously the trains just when through an uncovered hole and I finally
decided to do something about it. I went through my junk box and built this random building out of DPM wall panels and some brick sheeting so one cannot see the train leaving the room into a mouse hole. Some day I may actually put some detail into the bldg but
this was to be a one evening project and it was just that. As for the building name and purpose, well, see the signage.....



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/06/12 18:12 by ArgyleEagle.




Date: 12/06/12 16:32
Re: Calling a spade a spade
Author: BCutter

Must be a government repository of some kind!



Date: 12/06/12 17:11
Re: Calling a spade a spade
Author: tomstp

Them trains would occasionally smell too!



Date: 12/06/12 17:25
Re: Calling a spade a spade
Author: octrax

Is "Viewblock Industries" hiring? ;- )



Date: 12/06/12 18:38
Re: Calling a spade a spade
Author: WrongWayMurphy

octrax Wrote:
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> Is "Viewblock Industries" hiring? ;- )


Yes but the corner office is no better than the others.....



Date: 12/06/12 21:05
Re: Calling a spade a spade
Author: ssw

Still have the posthole manufacturer? Wasn't it Nomo's Postholes or something?



Date: 12/06/12 21:20
Re: Calling a spade a spade
Author: slangist

advertising slogan: "viewblock industries: we have a corner on the market!"

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Date: 12/07/12 08:15
Re: Calling a spade a spade
Author: espee99

I wonder what an obstruction costs and how one ships it.



Date: 12/07/12 10:51
Re: Calling a spade a spade
Author: WrongWayMurphy

ssw Wrote:
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> Still have the posthole manufacturer? Wasn't it
> Nomo's Postholes or something?


Yes Bradley, we have that too, with appropriate slogan as well




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