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EUREKA SPRINGS ENGINE HOUSE in O-SCALE

edited February 8 in O Scale Builds
I acquired the plans for the Eureka Springs Engine House and I'm doing it in O-Scale with some modifications.

I've ask Brett if it was okay to do the thread here. And he has no problems with it.

So if you want to follow along please do so.

The name has also been changed to Martin G. Jones Machine Shop.

Its dedicated to my friend Marty.
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    This is the first wall I've done. I'm not real fast so don't look for a post tomorrow. Hopefully at least once a week.

    Jerry
  • Well it is about time nice work my friend. .....Carl
  • Jerry, I will be keeping an eye on you my friend. I expect your normal excellent work.
    Beach time and bench time. Very cool. Great talk the other day.
    ed
  • Great start on those huge walls!
  • Brett, Jerry will make you proud. He is more than a pretty face.
    ed
  • Thanks for looking in guys its appreciated.
    Yes Brett they are a lot bigger than the HO ones!!!

    Jerry
  • This should be fun.
  • Really looking forward to following along.
  • Count me in to on this. I will b following also.
  • Thanks for taking the time to look. Working on wall 2.

    Jerry
  • Excellent Jerry! It's great seeing you doing this. Really looking foreword to seeing it come together.

    Geezerbill

  • What an impressive project Jerry. Will be following along here for sure and great start on the framing.
  • Hey thanks guys. Really working on getting the second wall done.
    Its really great so many of you are showing an interest thanks again for your support.

    Jerry
  • i'm all eyes....
  • It is the best forum Jerry.
    ed
  • Wall number 2. I still need better lighting for taking pictures that's for sure.
    Jerry
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  • Jerry. Very nice neat and clean great job. .............Carl
  • Looks great.
  • looks great Jerry. That wall must be huge, next time you take pics put an object in there so we can see how big the walls are!

    What size lumber are you using there?
  • I should have said the two opening are going into the machine shop. Brett I used 10x10 for the corner and door openings. 4x10 for the studs and fire breaks only because I had a lot of it.

    Carl & Joel thanks for the nice comments.

    Jerry
  • edited March 2
    He's back!! The four (4) walls framed for the Engine House. Next will be the addition the Machine Shop.

    Thanks for looking.

    Jerry

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  • Jerry Looks great nice job. .........Carl
  • Very nice Jerry, and I love those pretty clamps.
    ed
  • Nice framing
  • Thanks guys its appreciated.

    Jerry
  • You're in for a serious build! Great frame.
  • Thanks Robert. Glad you looked in.

    Jerry
  • insert thumbs up emoji here____!
    beautiful wall framing. you should sell kits.......
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    insert thumbs up emoji here____!
    beautiful wall framing. you should sell kits.......

    Thanks greatly appreciated!!

    Jerry

  • Great progress Jerry. Time well spent here...what a nifty project!
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