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    I wonder of Walthers intends to bring out their new HO cement plant in N-scale?

    I couldn't wait! I'm built my own!

    (That's me behind the module.)
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    That conveyor's going to be a real eye-catcher.

    Hope to see more pics as work progresses.

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    Great job! :D

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    Rett,

    Excellent model that certainly is a long conveyer system

    Here is a pic of my cement works

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    Paul:

    Is that resin or plastic? Looks kinda scratchbuilt, so just wondering.

    Nice to see some pictures of industries that are definately dominating the trains.

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    UpGuy:

    N Scale Architect has a lasercut Cement plant called "The Shuey Cement Company, It's a great kit to build and is quite time consuming..

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    Thanks for that information about the Shue Cement Company.

    http://members.ebay.com/ws2/eBayISAP...rid=the-n-arch

    I was not aware that N-Scale Architect produced this kit, but it appears to be an older style plant anyway. I was looking for a larger, more modern appearance for my cement facility.
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    The cement plant was made by a friend from cardstock. It looks very effective and gives me reason for the two bay hoppers. I have a switcher that switches between this plant known as Sherman Cement Works and the limestone plant Stringtown quarry. I also run box cars to the cement works to pick up bagged cement.

    Below is a picture of the quarry area

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    UPGuy:

    Here are some photo's of the completed Shue Cement Factory. The roof has yet to be weathered. This is an N Scale Architect kit:
















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    Originally posted by Colonel:
    The cement plant was made by a friend from cardstock. It looks very effective and gives me reason for the two bay hoppers. I have a switcher that switches between this plant known as Sherman Cement Works and the limestone plant Stringtown quarry. I also run box cars to the cement works to pick up bagged cement.

    Below is a picture of the quarry area

    Colonel, my old eyes must be deceiving me, but it sure looks like you have a jet fighter plane crashing into the water tower of your cement plant! Just what am I supposed to be seeing there??? :eek: :eek: [img]graemlins/confused.gif[/img]

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