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Thread: Dukes of Hazzard Layout! Hazzard Square

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    Default Dukes of Hazzard Layout! Hazzard Square

    This is the Hazzard County Layout I been working on. I have started the Hazzard Square. It's coming along nicely. It's not 100% prototypical to the real Hazzard Square although it's about 75% prototypical.






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    It's a shame you couldn't find any Superbirds for that layout. They'd be perfect.

    ;D

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    Is the giant Dr Pepper can the 25% that's not prototypical?
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    Its a great start. Just FYI the real name of the square is Covington Square in Covington, GA. They filmed there for the first 5 episodes before heading west to film the rest of the series. I know there is a rail line that runs just outside the square, believe the Southern owned it (correct me if I am wrong) but last time I checked it was no longer in service.

    Keep up. The work and this is the first time I have heard about someone modeling Hazzard as well as trains. Looks to be a fun project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoudMusic View Post
    It's a shame you couldn't find any Superbirds for that layout. They'd be perfect.

    ;D
    Naw I'm thinking Daisy Duke will make up the other 25%!
    Cool layout!
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    That is sweet! One question, where did you get those big lifted trucks?? Ive been looking for lfited trucks for our layout forever. Are they actual HO scale or hotwheels?

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    Looks good. You will need to set up some little remote control launch mechanism so that when you have visitors viewing the layout, you can shoot the Dukes Charger over the passing train.
    Unfortunantly, there is no 68-70 Charger like the Duke's car available in 1/87 scale so it appears you'll be stuck using larger 1/64 scale cars.
    The layout is looking great so far, and Hazzard Square is looking good to me.

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    awesome idea back when i was 10 i used to watch the show on friday nights with my nephew i had a tyco durango trainset that i was going try to use to model hazzard and at tha time use matchbox cars for my nephew to play with, never happene dtho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim 68cuda View Post
    Looks good. You will need to set up some little remote control launch mechanism so that when you have visitors viewing the layout, you can shoot the Dukes Charger over the passing train.
    HA! I actually used to have a toy that would be perfect for that.
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    This is the Hazzard County Layout I been working on. I have started the Hazzard Square. It's coming along nicely. It's not 100% prototypical to the real Hazzard Square although it's about 75% prototypical.
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    Permit me to add some fun facts.

    Hollywood used a freelance Hazard,Ky including some of Warner Brothers back lots in the TV series and several locations for the movie and oddly enough none was filmed in Hazard-Hazard is the correct spelling for Hazard,Ky.

    So,your freelance TV Hazard looks great!

    Keep up the great work!

    Are you going to add a film crew?

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