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The first portion of the video reveals the new City Ice building & icing platforms at Union Station.
The overall structure is a mixture of 3D printed parts & parts from a couple of different Walthers building kits. The main building plus its roof & the ice blocks on the icing platforms are all 3D printed. The platforms are from the Walthers Ice House kit. The cooling tower on the structure's roof came from another Walthers kit that was too large for the location. The Walthers kit is used in another one the towns (Jamestown) on the layout as a warehouse building. The ice blocks were 3D printed in natural color PLA and are approximately 1’ high x 2’ wide x 4’ long in N-Scale.
The final portion of the video is a trackside & side view of both the ATSF Freight House (previous video project) & the City Ice structures.
The decals were designed in PowerPoint & printed on Testors decal paper. The entire building and icing docks received a wash of Testors liquid dullcoat.
Modeling the ATSF Paradigm Division in N-Scale
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