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Quarry Engineers (EngineerGB17)

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

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John Ballard11/01/2018 20:45:45
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Paul

A really inspired bit of building and research. tremendous stuff

John

Scottie11/01/2018 21:28:56
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Paul,

Another epic build that has been a joy to follow.

Scottie

Kelso4313/01/2018 09:36:55
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"The Stuff" keeps getting better and better! Great job with the tiny decals.

John Race13/01/2018 15:06:06
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Paul.

It doesn't get much better than that, a really good effort.

John.

Paul Eberle13/01/2018 18:07:18
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Thank you very much gentlemen. PaulE

Sandy Venot14/01/2018 22:26:09
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Hello Paul

I see your works and I search the Roll crusher or stone crusher, and I see that

1st Army Engineers operate a mobile stone crusher in Carentan in July 1944.

I want to make this material like you in scratch building. But I search drawing or picture to create this heavy machinery.

Do You know where I can find some informations

Thanks a lot

Sandy

Paul Eberle14/01/2018 23:21:12
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One of the better photos Sandy. You'll see there are two units that make up the Rock Crusher Plant Complex. One feeds the other. I modeled the first stage unit in the background using photos and many a guess. I'll look in my morgue to see what docs I couldn't get. You may have better luck. PaulE

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