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The Engine House at Eureka Springs.

This one was on the shelf for quite a while so why not. I started it last winter and with the cool weather on it's way i will try to complete it this fall. .............Carl P.S. If anybody has any pictures of this kit let me know, I think that Doug Ramos built it a long time ago.P1010574

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That is it for now. ...............Carl
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Comments

  • Carl! So happy you are going to let us follow along one of your builds. This will be awesome. Walls and floor are up to your usual award winning standards. Looking forward to much more.
  • Really looking forward to this build Carl. A great classic from SWSM. Love the engine house floor...anxiously await the next update!
  • Carl,

    This will be a fun one to watch. I have always liked this kit. So far it looks great.
  • Thank's Guys I am not sure how frat this will go my full time job here gets a bit more demanding everyday and the lawn is still growing 90 here today................Carl
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    Got Grass?
  • Ah, I refuse to answer that. But the modeling is great.
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  • Spell check on[ fast ]please the lawn part.
  • Great start to this kit Carl, I look forward to following along with your great modeling in this thread.

    Karl.A
  • We're hip on what you are saying. We want more pictures.
    ed
  • Nice to see you building again, Carl. I can't recall a thread on the Engine House so this will be a fun one to follow.
  • Good to see you back at the modeling table my friend.

    Looks great so far.

    Jerry

  • Well a bit of work on the machine shop wall's and a jig that I made years ago for squaring things up and nail holes. worked on the floor gave it a more worn look......Carl
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    Until next time.
  • The dude is good.
    ed
  • Looking good.
  • Well a month has gone by so time for some progress and a few bad weather day's help the urge. ....Carl
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    Thank's for looking.
  • Very nice work Carl. I also see some fine modeling in the background.
    ed
  • Beautiful Carl, love the stone work. This is a great early kit of Brett's and can't wait to see what you do with it here on out. Super back drop to Eureka Springs...it's in great company!...Ken
  • great colouring for the stones. Really beautiful and subtle.
  • Hi Carl,

    The weathering is great on the wood and your stone work is also very remarkable.
  • Your doing just fine. Coloring of the wood and the stonework outstanding.

    Jerry
  • That stonework is just brilliant.
  • Thank's Guy's. Next is the flooring in the machine shop and the side repair shed lots of rain coming so it may get done. .......Carl
  • Wes, I agree, the stonework is as good as it gets. The best part for me is seeing my good friend Carl back in action. Great modeler, great person. He knows what is important.
    Plus he has a sense of humor. Often lacking in these difficult times.
    ed
  • For the ones left behind from the show here are a few updates. ..........Carl
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    Have a great weekend .
  • Brilliant.
    ed
  • I can't say anything better than what Ed said BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Thank's Ed and Steve I am not very good with the camera but there is a fence that has to go on so after that I will try a few more pictures. .................Carl
  • Well with the grass season almost over. There should be time to spend at the bench!
    Great job my friend.

    Jerry
  • Coming along wonderfully!
  • Catching up here Carl, looks great and continue to revel in your precision construction and great stone work!
  • Here is a bit of fencing that is mane of old scrap. P1030125

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    Now I need your opinion on the castings I did not use any paint just some chalk and pastels what do you think.............Carl
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