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You can use a beard trimmer to get the grass to about the height of the rail.

Prototypically, trains tend to leave their loading gauge perfectly trimmed on grass growing over the track.

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3 hours ago, Giugiaro said:

You can use a beard trimmer to get the grass to about the height of the rail.

Prototypically, trains tend to leave their loading gauge perfectly trimmed on grass growing over the track.

 

i tried a while ago with a cheapo beard trimmer......

well it didnt cut 😅might need a more better one 🙂

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I was thinking of something similar to my Philips MG3730/15, but that might be too wide for what we need here.

 

Maybe a beard styler type of trimmer might be small enough for the job.

The Gillette Styler or the Philips PHMG1100/16 might do the trick, but please find one that's cheaper.

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18 hours ago, Giugiaro said:

I was thinking of something similar to my Philips MG3730/15, but that might be too wide for what we need here.

 

Maybe a beard styler type of trimmer might be small enough for the job.

The Gillette Styler might do the trick, but please find one that's cheaper.

cheaper you say

 

say no more 😅 luckily we have one at home 🙃

 

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@Giugiaro here is the prototype of the grass 😅

 

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8 hours ago, Giugiaro said:

I was thinking of something similar to my Philips MG3730/15, but that might be too wide for what we need here.

 

Maybe a beard styler type of trimmer might be small enough for the job.

The Gillette Styler or the Philips PHMG1100/16 might do the trick, but please find one that's cheaper.

now trimmed a bit 😄

 

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added platform fence at electric utility post

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added electricity lines and new post

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taken from my pc webcam

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Nice! The advantage of doing small modules! Can’t take a whole layout outside…

 

jeff

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took a break on the module

 

i converted 1 kiha 20 to a trailer car

 

removed both cab ends

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the finished product new windows will be installed

 

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