Sunday, January 26, 2014

Mine on the layout

More snow here my me,
and I'm sure you're getting tired of snow pictures 
so I thought I'd share more of Ken's train layout.
Same scene different angles.
This is a mine with some worker houses in back.
This is NOT a model that came in a kit.
Ken scratch builds the buildings.
It is amazing to see this in person.

I'll post a couple more pictures of the layout tomorrow.
Hope your staying warm and enjoying your day.
happyone : )

13 comments:

  1. Ken is very talented and does a beautiful job!

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  2. He's a very talented, creative man. This is wo.derful!

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  3. Wow, that is really cool. The men in my family are real trains fanatics and would love this train layout. Your Ken is very talented. Have a great evening and week ahead!

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  4. WoW! This is stunning! Tim s very talented, thanks fr sharing,

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  5. I am impressed. I know how much work these layouts can be.

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  6. I was telling my husband about Ken's train layout....so cool! We would both like to see it in person!

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  7. Awesome. I know the fine detail and hard work that goes into such layouts. Loads of fun though. They are so amazingly REAL! Good job Ken.

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  8. That is incredible! The mill building reminds me of the mill at Kennicott Glacier in Alaska. Very cool!

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  9. When I first opened this post I thought that picture was real life!! It looks like it at first glance :)

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  10. This is so fun. I love it. It reminds me of my Dad. He actually built the real thing in the 40-50s. He did. He was a millwright by trade and a carpenter on the side. He built the home my family {parents and sibs} grew up in. Thanksforthememories!!!!♥

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