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Two days agoI tore up the Georgia Pacific mill , and today I started to rebuild it. After some debating with Gideon, we decided to move the manufacturing/shipping building to the other side of Rt. 9 with the receiving building. We decided to place the buildings and tracks like this:
The track is installed.
I installed a ground throw on the turnout, after drilling a hole in the throwbar. It is currently in the road a little, but that road might get moved anyway.
With the track done, I turned my attention to the receiving building. This building originally had two tracks going into it, but now only one door was being used by a track, so we decided to make the other side a truck unloading door. I started by cutting off the old door holders. The right side has already been cut in this photo.
My next step was make the wall out of brick-pattern styrene and cut the track opening.
I then constructed the truck half…
Next was paint.
It all gets attached.
And put on the layout. Tomorrow I’ll weather the building.
With a little more time to kill, I started on the road crossing that had been ripped up.
I cut and glued the new foam piece and started cutting the wood for the inside before calling it a night. -Harrison with some remote help from Gideon
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