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a 1st 20 foot deep and 2 foot wide railroad track is on a 35 foot wide and 45 foot deep and 10 foot tall [wood] table. a 2nd 20 foot deep and 2 foot wide railroad track is -.5 foot behind and -.5 foot to the right of the 1st railroad track. it faces right. a 9 foot tall tree is -5 feet behind and -3 feet to the right of the 1st railroad track. it is 1 feet in the table. a 10 foot deep and 2 foot wide and 3 feet tall shiny [metal] train is above the 1st railroad track. a 7 foot tall bank is 2 foot to the left of and -9 feet behind the 1st railroad track. it faces right. a 27 foot tall boy is to the left of the table. he faces the table. he leans 10 degrees to the front. a 1st gigantic linen wall is 5 feet to the left of the boy. it is 10 foot tall texture. it faces right. a dim linen light is 10 feet above the table. a 29 foot tall professor is behind and -12 feet to the left of the table. a very huge shiny gray ceiling fixture is 14 feet above the table. a gold light is -10 feet above the ceiling fixture. ground is tile. a 9 foot tall church is 4 feet in front of the bank. it faces right. a 2nd gigantic linen wall is 20 feet behind the table. a 5 foot tall house is 2 feet behind the 2nd railroad track. it is to the right of the tree.
Nanook (2017) 
Talk about detail....very nice. I am curious how that train make that hard left "=)
nheiges (2017) 
Thanks. In an older version I had the corner hidden by the tree, but then I forgot to move the tree once I had changed other things around!
Nanook (2017) 
makes for an interesting conversation piece (surprise element) :-) it's a wonderful scene! we could sue some curve track models :-DD
watcher570 (2017) 
great scene!
hedgehog1965 (2017) 
My wife tried to clear a track layout from a classroom recently, and got a similar response from the teacher who'd put it together :-)
nheiges (2017) 
Uh-oh :-)
Nanook (2017) 
oh my 'use' not 'sue' my bad :-DD
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