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Date: 11/27/21 19:15
Project completion
Author: LarryDoyle

Last week I shared a picture of the headhouse of a partially completed brewery under construction on my railroad.
https://www.trainorders.com/discussion/read.php?3,5364586

Here's a progresss report, as today, I completed the structure with its warehouse and shipping dock.

-LD



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/27/21 19:17 by LarryDoyle.




Date: 11/27/21 20:01
Re: Project completion
Author: tgcostello

Nice work.
TC



Date: 11/28/21 02:37
Re: Project completion
Author: LarryDoyle

tgcostello Wrote:
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> Nice work.
> TC

Thank you

The model is built up from styrene strips and embossed sheets from Evergreen, Plastruct, and Chooch, with basswood dock flooring. Windows and doors are scratchbuilt. It needs weathering so it will look less than brand new.

I need some signage. And to figure out how to get it to make beer. The problems involve scaling down the bubbles.

Two more projects are in planning stage - a flour mill and building materials/Cabinetry.

-LD



Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 11/29/21 12:40 by LarryDoyle.



Date: 11/28/21 05:08
Re: Project completion
Author: LarryDoyle

Oh, and I should have mentioned this is on my basement G gauge, and measures 36 inches long.

- LD



Date: 11/28/21 16:23
Re: Project completion
Author: GRNDMND

LarryDoyle Wrote:
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> Oh, and I should have mentioned this is on my
> basement G gauge, and measures 36 inches long.
>
> - LD

Oh, well then. You don't need to scale down the bubbles as much as some of the rest of us... ;)
KC



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