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Quarry Engineers (EngineerGB17)

1/87 scale WWII US Engineer grp. working roadside quarry

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Sjors Greut12/11/2017 18:46:19
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Nice work Paul!
I do like your large project, their just marvelous to watch.


John Race12/11/2017 18:58:22
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Super Paul .

Are you going to have some crushed stone on the conveyor going into the truck.?


Paul Eberle12/11/2017 20:57:33
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Thanks guys. Yes, there will be dirt & rocks loading into dump trucks. PaulE

Allen Dewire12/11/2017 21:24:32
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Afternoon Paul,

Tipping my winter hat to you Sir. You have really brought out the best of both worlds here. The crusher is first class and this whole scene is incredible. So much going on in such a small space. Top Job!

Had our first snow fall today, how about your neck of the woods??? Luckily it didn't stick too long....



Paul Eberle14/11/2017 02:45:12
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20s & 30s, but no snow yet Allen. Crewman now has rock hook & finished construction/base paint on shovel. Some rocks & dirt. Still working compressor truck & awaiting serial# decals.



Andrew Belsey 214/11/2017 08:05:42
1982 forum posts
1130 photos

Looking good Paul. Your best diorama in my opinion! (That I've seen anyway!)

Andy B

Peter Day 114/11/2017 09:28:23
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Brilliant Paul. Your depth of knowledge about this stuff is incredible.


John Race14/11/2017 10:35:57
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Spot on mate, looking really good, like how the load is not level from the crusher thumbs up


Paul Eberle14/11/2017 14:42:19
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Thank you for your support gentlemen. The dio is pretty tight. The relaxed attitude due to control of the air space can't be overdone. I've also tried to portray the importance of co-drivers. Yes, it didn't take long for the load to level out due to rough roads & stiff suspensions. Deucenahafs were routinely loaded w/5tons or more of cargo, hence the low sides to prevent serious overloading of dump trucks. PaulE

Nick T.14/11/2017 15:50:14
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I hope you don't mind me commenting (being a newbie) I think your dio is fantastic.

Nick T.

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