The Dole turn, back from its work at the huge Roseburg Forest products facility in Dillard, rumbles into south Roseburg on a sultry August day.
This scene demonstrates how nicely silflor grass and supertrees work to model southern Oregon vegetation faithfully. For more details on how to use silflor to model tall realistic tall grass, click here. I also plan to cover the details on how I build my scenery in the Siskiyou Line video series.
You can see other details that help complete this scene to look realistic: telegraph poles from Rix, and superelevated Microengineering code 83 flex track.
I ballasted the track and painted the sides of the rails a greasy brown color. Finallly the SD9E 4408 has been weathered to give the appearance of a hard-working SP loco from the mid 1980s.
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