N scale skyscraper buildings,dcc model train control systems,mth electric trains ho scale - Good Point

Well first, I joined this forum over a year ago (I think) but for some reason, the URL's I had to get back here weren't working!! I've been reading some of the threads here and am enjoying all the questions and ideas being shared. By clicking Confirm bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder.
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By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. I've also got a lot of older style architectural skyscrapers to building too, I mean in the 1930's era. Just Check out Chris' N scale model Version of This Old but current building in Vancouver B.C. Anyways all these models that I'm posting here are models I've created over the last many years, and I'm constantly adding to them, I imagine in the next 2 to 3 years I'll actually have my layout made! I've added to this one a bit, and in the next month it's getting a whole new phase added to it.
The middle section in this photo is a bit off centered but that's because the three sections aren't glued down as I'm adding a fourth section to it soon. I made a small mistake a the top of this building but I'm currently building a second one like this, though the new one is a couple of windows wider a bit taller, and has a really fancy entrance way, a detailed roof line and is a corner building. I made this building have a Urban Walmart though if you turn the building around it's just an apartment building all the way up. This building is going to be quite a bit taller, it's too short for what it is, though it took me a very long time to build it! This is a pretty simple building, though it took a while to mirror image itself, It will get a lot more detail too..


I've got a lot of my buildings on flickr as well as some how to's as far as how I made them.
As for the Blast Furnace I don't have it photographed or completely finished and detailed, also because it's getting a permanent home on a stretched layout section, with an electric arch furnace which actually flashes arch welding flashes, an electric furnace, Coke ovens, a loading dock and huge crane loading steel iron ore off a freighter which will be docked off the steel port, loading box cars etc. Also this building is not glued together yet but is just laying on it's various parts, once completed I'll glue it together. Here's a photo from the company's website, these are three of the four model's I've bought built in N scale. Visit my 3d Designs thread:To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount.
It's now the same height on all four corners and is a bit taller and is much more detailed.
I've not decided what side I like better, depending in the end is the side that will face out, though the city will be a pretty deep walk around train layout except for one back wall where the trains will loop around and have cool city back drop.
I go to the stores and get their paphlets and flyers and cut out their small letter heads etc.
Most are older kits that I put away and put away then rip them all apart and build a completely different building from 2 or 3 or 4 different model train kits.
Eventually this will have a skytrain station leading up to a double wide viaduct where the skytrain will stop at the hospital. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. I'm so glad I waited to build these as I've learned so much in the last month even on creating realism, build boards, fire escapes, etc. I've got some awesome 1930's skyscrapers that I'll have finished up in the next month some will be some of my tallest and some will be in the 20 story range.


My next bunch of 1930's skyscraper buildings are going to be mostly acrylic and are laser cut but two of them are will be styrene again.
The blast furnace alone in true scale is way over 300 feet in the air and the detail is phenominal. Though I've posted a few times in the Various city and photo threads I'm excited to see everyone's models and what everyone has created. I'm so glad I started a new section on the Train website (N Scale) completely dedicated to Urban modelers. He's got some more on his blog too, so spend some time on his blog and feel free to leave him some comments.
Eventually I will have a bullet train winding through a double wide viaduct, factories, cranes, ships, freighters, cruise ship dock, box car trains, people, cars, streets, lights, you name it.
It's really just under 1:300 scale but will look fantastic perched outside the front of the city in the water.
The new buildings that I and others will be doing in the near future will far excede the ones I'm going to post here now. I'm pretty excited about the city coming together one day, but I have a lot of work to do in the mean time.
For instance, one of my new online buddies I've met on this train website has brought modeling to a whole new level. Also as time progresses I'm learning on how to create more detailed and realistic models each time. Some I've had hard time finding the parts for to do this, while others I built earlier on and I thought at the time they looked out of place since I didn't have many tall buildings at the time where as now I've got more and they get a little lost.



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