Wayne’s been back in touch again. If you missed his last missive, it’s here.
“Well I going to post a couple of pics to see if my neminis the critic has to say.
It started a couple of post ago when I showed my hills after I had placed my rocks on them. His comment was like a metor shower had hit the hills. He was right it did.
As time passed I keep thinking about the metors. Another post said the bolders were too heavy, another idea.
Now I will start my story about metors. Yes the town and all the focks that lived there suffered from that metor shower.
Like most people they reached down tightend their boot straps and went on living.
The old gravel mine was up for sale, and was going to close down. About that time the goverment found that these metors had some very strange propertys when refined down to their basic elements.
These metors were very light, very strong, and would float in the air when refind.
As you can see we now have the COMET MINE, owned by goverment.
To my critic, yes the gate over the tracks does open, and the gate over the road opens also.
I want to thank you all for your coments. I would never have thought of this without your comments.
I have a little yard work left, weather the power shed/ water flushing pumps. A 16 cyl. Diesel cat powers the 10,000 volt generator.
The flushing pump has its own power . A 8 cyl. Cat powers the 1,000 gpm pump.
In kit bashing this shed I brought in a fuel line, water line in and out plus shut off valves on both.
When I finish this I can continue the mountins around to the coal mine.
Next on to Dangerous Dave:
“Hi Al… Just running a few trains, not gardening weather yet, so what better than to spend a few hours in the loft running a few trains.
Next, Heather and her son, Jason.
It always get a kick when I see people making a start, and that’s exactly what Heather and Jason have done.
They are both train lovers and Jason has designed the track plan and table height so Heather can help in her wheelchair. Brilliant!
I also love what Wayne has done – I know I go on about making a start, but once you have, make your layout your own: it’s yours, your rules, your imagination. Want a meteor shower? No problem!
That’s all for this time folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide is here if you want to get going on your own layout.