Re-working an old diarama

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tankist

Active Member
#2
Oh wow. I think the one thin that bothered me the most is the lack of depth that made the original line so close to the cliff (constraints of the bookshelf this was made for).
I see you have this resolved
 

wheeler1963

Aurora & Portland Owner
#3
Oh wow. I think the one thin that bothered me the most is the lack of depth that made the original line so close to the cliff (constraints of the bookshelf this was made for).
I see you have this resolved
Anton, I had the same problem you had with it. Getting close enough as to not show the edge of the boards. So I made it a full 3' X 2'. I redid the road and stream bed last night to get rid of the water marks. Tonight if all goes well, I hope to get the water poured into the stream. Then I will just have to fit the 2 bridges in and track and ballast the tracks.
 





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