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  1. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.
  2. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.
  3. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.
  4. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.
  5. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.
  6. FA-1s on Redrock trestle

    FA-1s on Redrock trestle

    An FA-1 AB set sits quietly on the trestle just a few hundred metres from the summit after stalling out, and it will have to wait for a pair of GP9s to come from the helper base before it can continue



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