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22.08.2014
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Dave,If you even vaguely do justice to the articles in MR and the Milwaukee Historical Society book about the Beer Line, which i would heartily recommend to anybody with an interest in switching, then i will be in awe of what you produce.
Yeah would love to see a side by side comparison of your various brick products you've used.
So the n scale brick sheet show they can to the brick really small by laser, but I have to wonder about the mortar as well. Yeah,  D is of course to scale but at that level I wonder if half the detail will vanish with paint. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Offhand, the one I see (which may be trivial) is the geometry of Humboldt Yard (top right corner).
The HO brick and the N scale starter foundation course look good, and I wouldn't sweat using either of them. I have some of their stuff, and I can't recall at the moment what my issue was with it. This Beer Garden tables & benches kit can be used to extend or add to the beer garden of the Beer Garden Cafe or any other garden as desired. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. I plan on scratch building most of the structures, so I should have enough to keep me busy for a while!
I'm sure I could figure out the benchwork for grades and another layer, but at the same time I am trying to limit what I model to something that is manageable.
Packer fans are always welcome.My interests are largely in building accurate structures and freight cars.


Probably stipple on some modeling past to give it more of a limestone texture.The sidewalks are just styrene that I scribed with the Silhouette. The Piko 62282 kit includes 3 sets (each consisting of one table and two benches) and 3 garden seats.
My work area would fit well under the staging, and it can serve the same purpose as Gibson.
I need to dig it out and have another look at it.The detail remains after painting, as seen in the Pabst building on the previous page. For better or worse I am a rather rigid thinker, but I have overcome some of that by rearranging design elements into new places. My own switcher, coupled with you thread here and the ER Godfrey thread and MR's project layout, are skewing me towards a Beer Line bias. The bricks on the Milwaukee Journal loading dock and the Lincoln Warehouse are the eBay link that I listed. I am sending a message to them for clarification.I think that I am going to try some N scale Lazerboard brick next. My thoughts on benchwork are to build it as modules that can be more easily moved if need be in the future. As wise person once said you are building a railroad, not a museum exhibit on which there will be a test later.
I tried to cut some sewer grates with my Silhouette digital cutter, but had issues with various materials.
It looks like it should cut well with the Silhouette cutter, and I could probably laminate it to a core with double stick tape. That is why I ordered the HO scale bricks, to see if a slightly exaggerated size looks better at a distance.
The Buildings are Primarily aimed at the model railway enthusiast, however due to the intricate detail and high decoration would make a fine addition to any garden feature with or without a G scale model railway! I needed to reverse some of the features, but I managed to include the engine service tracks where the transfer power laid over, the North Avenue bridge, and the stub ended yard tracks for pipe load into the Milwaukee Road peak-boo gondolas.
A cassette on the left side will allow for the Chicago & Northwestern to also switch it. Who was that guy???Here are a couple more bits of the layout for those who like this sort of thing.


Tape, vinyl and paper tore too easily, and I couldn't cut all the way through styrene. I am impressed with the relief that they are able to achieve, both within a brick, and between bricks (ie. I opted for the HO scale bricks as the N scale basswood is almost too small to see at normal viewing distances.
They offer a couple of aged brick sheets as well and it is hard to imagine how much rougher it could be made.
There is a place for Tews Cement on the other side of the bridge.Humboldt YardThe other end of the yard will be Gibson, even though it is in the wrong place relative to ER Godfrey. The A brick is actually a nice size in my opinion and mainly suffers from the overly large mortar lines. I have only built about 5 square inches of Beer Line structures to date and don't want any to go to waste!
Here is Ben-Hur and Inland Container from Bing Maps.I played around today with bench height by just laying out some foam.
After they dried, I attached them with spray adhesive to some .010 styrene that I painted flat black. I used some dull coat to seal them, cut them out, and painted the edges with some weathered black. Here is the final product, not yet inset into the gutter.I think these turned out pretty well, so manhole covers are next on the list. It should make for a nice little scene.I do have some concerns about whether the curves in the yard are too tight. I will mostly be pulling cuts of cars from transfer runs here, rather than running a full-blown classification yard. Any thoughts on this?Just a couple of other small changes from the previous plan to improve operations.




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Comments to «N scale beer cars»

  1. Santa_Banta writes:
    I was attached to it and kept hold jobs as yardmasters, trainmasters, brakemen honor since craftsmen had.
  2. Brat_007 writes:
    May possibly make a decision to purchase the train and track (not the plot, but the.