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Date: 05/16/18 08:37
Workday Wednesday workers
Author: santafedan

There must be workers on our layouts to get things done. I am going to start a series of Workday Wednesday Workers to see who is working on your layouts.
Photo 1 shows the expansion of the station at Almost.








Date: 05/16/18 08:39
Re: Workday Wednesday workers
Author: santafedan

The cattle pens must be cleaned by someone.








Date: 05/16/18 08:41
Re: Workday Wednesday workers
Author: santafedan

The work around the diamonds is never done.
Someone had better openth ehatches befor the worker begind shoving the ice in!








Date: 05/16/18 11:08
Re: Workday Wednesday workers
Author: wpdude

Nice series, can't wait 'til next week!



Date: 05/16/18 14:33
Re: Workday Wednesday workers
Author: DynamicBrake

Dan,
I'm curious as to who makes the figurines? They sure look good. Thanks for sharing.

Kent in CArmel Valley



Date: 05/16/18 15:24
Re: Workday Wednesday workers
Author: santafedan

DynamicBrake Wrote:
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> Dan,
> I'm curious as to who makes the figurines? They
> sure look good. Thanks for sharing.
>
> Kent in CArmel Valley


Kent, most of them are Preiser. There are a few from other manufacturers. I sometimes repaint parts so they all don't look alike. I also bought the pack of 50 unpainted figures Preiser makes. These are ueseful when you need to remove parts to fit in locos or other places. It makes it cheaper when you have to cut them up and not have to pay for the painted ones.
Dan*



Date: 05/16/18 17:51
Re: Workday Wednesday workers
Author: BostonMaine

Busy hands are happy hands



Date: 05/16/18 20:20
Re: Workday Wednesday workers
Author: Jeff_Johnston

Meanwhile, some of the logging crew on the Sugar Pine Lumber Company handle assorted supplies at a small storage shed in the woods.

Jeff Johnston
www.trainvideosandparts.com




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