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Trees are sprouting in Linville in O scale.


Tom Grabenstein
 

One of the benefits of using foam to build mountains and hills is that, unlike the prototype, they are quite easy to move and lightweight. It was time for some trees on the Linville LDE. So one of the hills was removed to the workbench and trees planted.




I really got into the swing of things and the next thing you know pine trees and hardwoods were sprouting up all over the place.



Putting a train into the picture really gave a sense of perspective and distance. Keep in mind that this shelf layout is only 18 inches deep.





33 trees are in place and a whole heck of a lot more are needed.

Thank you for looking and all commentary is welcome.

Dr. Tom


William Uffelman
 

Quite a green thumb! Looking good.

Bill Uffelman


On Sun, Feb 9, 2020 at 10:01 PM, Tom Grabenstein
<tomgmd@...> wrote:
One of the benefits of using foam to build mountains and hills is that, unlike the prototype, they are quite easy to move and lightweight. It was time for some trees on the Linville LDE. So one of the hills was removed to the workbench and trees planted.




I really got into the swing of things and the next thing you know pine trees and hardwoods were sprouting up all over the place.



Putting a train into the picture really gave a sense of perspective and distance. Keep in mind that this shelf layout is only 18 inches deep.





33 trees are in place and a whole heck of a lot more are needed.

Thank you for looking and all commentary is welcome.

Dr. Tom