Otter Creek Falls Coal & Lumber Rwy

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Nice :thumbup:
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"That's all for now"?
I hope you realize you did more modeling in those couple pics than I've done in the last two or three weeks!
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Nice work there Bernd
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Love how well the car goes through the turnout!

I also like your home made track gauge.

Any chance you might make a few to sell?
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Good links there Bernd :thumbup:
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Bernd wrote:Now all I need is to get started on the frame work.

Bernd
Well hell, that's the easiest part! You should be done sometime tonight :wink:
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Bernd,

Have you thought about following the freemo standards for the frame work?

I believe Bill Dixon posted a bunch of stuff on how he converted the HO freemo standards to TT scale where relevant.

Just wondering.

P.S. I always like following along on your projects.
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That's an interesting jig. Cool idea for a smooth finish on outsides of the module.
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Great jig - will have to pick one up. I think the TOMA methodology is going to start catching on more and more. I'm becoming more inclined to not ever build a classic layout but do toma instead.
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