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1:64 scale bonus article

whitewash effect

example of whitewash effect with ground in soot and dirt

Lot’s of things are going on these days. I would like to start out by telling everyone to check out my e-article on The 1:64 Modeling Guide’s webite. I have had so many people ask me how I achieved the finish on my structures that I decided to share my methods. Check it out at www.1-64ModelingGuide.com and then look for the bonus section.

      Work is progreessing on my Sn2 Crew modules featuring the Kennebec Central’s terminal at Randolph Maine during the era just before it’s shut down in 1928. The Kennebec Central is a great subject for modeling with a unique depot and auxillary buildings. It’s small roster of equipment means that you model any era and replicate it’s operation from any era.

   8 & sand

  Gary Carmichael aka knucklepin


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KnucklePin’s,railroading spoken here

Hi, I hope to cover my various railroading and modeling experiences in this blog. I was a railroader by trade,working as a trainman, engineer, and yardmaster over the last 40 or so years. Although I’m recently retired,I still keep in touch with many people still in the industry. From time to time we’ll also offer a variety of memorabilia , excess books and railroad manuals that I have accumulated over the years. Hope you enjoy your visit here.

  8 & sand

  Gary Carmichael aka Knucklepin

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