Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Ken's Trains

Ken has been working on his layout during this cold winter.
He just finished this building.  
The shingles on the roof he made out of an old green folder.
I especially like the chimney. 
Front   
Back
 This bridge has over 400 rivets in it 
and he drilled a hole for each rivet with the tiniest drill bit you've ever seen.
Hope you enjoyed the photos.
Have a happy day.
happyone : )

10 comments:

  1. WOW! I am impressed with this.As I have mentioned before,my Hubby had a large N scale layout,so I am a little familiar with the detail and the work involved.

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  2. Wow, your hubby is really talented. The roof ad the chimney look great and I love the bridge. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Wowza!! The attention to detail is remarkable. I like the chimney too with the flue tiles sticking out the top.

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  4. Man that is so intricate! I LOVE staring at it all. thanks, Ken!

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  5. I continue to be amazed every time you post pictures of Ken's layout!

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  6. That is absolutely amazing...... WOW!

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  7. Rob and I have enjoyed viewing Ken's handiwork. Rob's favorite: the rusty car!
    My favorite: the water flowing. All of it is pretty impressive. Keep up the good work!
    I really like the "study" you've created in your library. Which side do you sit on, Karen? The red table? Mary Jo

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