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7959Re: [FS32NGModelrail] Tailor Creek Tramway

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  • kim marsh
    Mar 2, 2010
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      hi nathan
      i have always found the best base for trees is straight from nature.living in tasmania you would have a great selection .i have always looked for well pruned hedges that are old.if you look inside them you will find twigs with great character.
      you can then cover them with folage nets or some other artifical scenic accessiorie.
      look online for "scenic express" they carry a huge range.
      cheers kim
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      Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 2:00 PM
      Subject: [FS32NGModelrail] Tailor Creek Tramway


      Hi All,
      I'm pleased to announce that significant progress has been made on my 1/35th, on 9mm gauge "Tailor Creek Tramway".
      It's exhibition debut is on the 20th and 21st of this month, and much is too be done.

      The "Tailor Creek Tramway" is a fictuous 12" gauge Tramway set "somewhere" in the south of Tasmania, Australia.
      The Tramway's main revenue was too be sand, however it was thought that this could be quite boring, so it was decided that an olive oil processing plant could be instead substituted.
      Hopefully i'll be able too get some pictures up soon.
      On another note, i'm having a hard time thinking up of was too make larger, good looking tree's, do you folks have any idea's?
      Nathan Badcock
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      Tailor Creek Tramway, 35n12


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