Miles, I love the detail on these two trucks. They are both very well done with some great features. Your rail wheels on the pick-up are perfect. The lumber load is also very well done. And let's not forget the air compressor! Regards, Eric.
Thanks Marcus, Ryan and Mark! I'm glad you all like it. This just started out as a study to see what was involved in making more topographical railroad landscapes (a lot of bricks!). I may preserve this model and build extensions to it, though that was not the original plan. We'll see. Anyone got a few thousand bricks they want to donate? Ha!
Thanks Johan and Mike!
Johan, pull your finger out - you've got 3 days still! Mike, I cannot claim that the lamps are an original idea, but try as hard as I could, I couldn't invent a better version, it is almost like those elements were designed to be put together as a lamp!
It's very rare that I comment on town creations... unless they really capture my attention! This is a beautiful scene, your vehicles are outstanding. Sweet air compressor, I've always seen those being towed around but never knew what they were. One tiny little detail I really like is the black lamps on top of the walls.
Looks good Miles. I love the SNOT technique on the road. There are way more possibilities with using a brick road. Nice Work! BTW mysuspension bridge project wont be finished in time for silver springs... :(