new bulding, What scale is this ?

phantom Nov 20, 2007

  1. phantom

    phantom TrainBoard Member

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    Hello folks. I haven’t posted anything in quite some time. So here is an update on one of my new ( almost finished ) projects. Trask Auto is named after a good friend who passed some time back. So I made an attempted to remember a good friend and in an environment he loved. Keith had a small shop on his property and always had a few projects going. Not only did he restore vehicles ( Mostly jeeps ) but he also had a knack for restoring shop equipment and various construction equipment.

    Thos building is completely scratch built, from the wood siding down to or up to the shingles. This building took about a month to put together. The figures are by Woodland Scenics. The toe truck is by an unknown manufacture, the truck in the shop is by AMT and the tool box other details have been colleted from various Ebay auctions.

    I’d like to hear your comments, and see if you can guess what scale this is. There is one clue to what scale this is in the above description and a few in the photos.
     

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  2. porkypine52

    porkypine52 TrainBoard Member

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    Have to remember what the scale of all those car kit were, that I built while I was growing up. That is before the train bug took a good bite and held on!! LOL

    AMT, I thinking made a lot of their kits in 1/24th scale. So my guess this a a 1/24th scale diorama.
     
  3. onegreenturtle

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    how about g scale. it really looks awesome.
     
  4. Pete Nolan

    Pete Nolan TrainBoard Supporter

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    From the size of the clothespins, G.
     
  5. CM Coveray

    CM Coveray TrainBoard Member

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    It's definately G. I recognize those gold rails any where.
     
  6. phantom

    phantom TrainBoard Member

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    scale answer

    Well now the dar close-pins gave me away. Yes it is G scale. :)
     

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