“I found a good use for the wrapping that tools and screws and such come in. It is almost perfect for glazing in the print out buildings.
Hope you can use this.
My grandson and I have started our railroad project. The photos aren’t much but everyone says the first thing to do is get started.
We are doing an HOn3 logging theme as I was raised in the Pacific Northwest. I had built an O27 and S gage layout as a young boy. We have built a 4×8 base and we are currently planning the layout.
Working with my grandson is allowing me to teach him how to plan things and then lay them out. Soon we will be building and running trains.
“Hi, From Joe in Fayetteville Georgia.
Years ago I wanted to do paintings so I purchased the “Joy of Painting ” book of Bob Ross and that go me into wall painting for my train layout. I am sending pic’s of mine.
I had a 25 x 25 workshop with HO scale and with dual manual operation. I have since moved into a smaller home and let all of mine go with the sale of the old home. As you can see with the layout you cannot tell where the layout to wall starts.
I even have clouds made with pillow stuffing hanging from the ceiling with fish line.
KEEP THEM ROLLING
Loved Lynne’s missive – I couldn’t agree more, it’s all about starting.
And poor old Joe, moving and having to let his layout go. Sadly, I get too many mails saying that!
That’s all this time, folks.
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