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December 22nd- It Is the Small Things That Count

posted Dec 28, 2016, 6:02 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Dec 28, 2016, 6:18 PM ]
Often we get caught up in how big something is. Our layout, our building, our scene. But many times it is just the opposite that is important.

Here are a few examples-


It could be a single deer (above, left), or two deer lying down (above, middle) or people by the lake (above, right).


It could be boys at play (above, left), a man at work (above, middle) or multiple men at work (above, right).


It could be cows on dry land (above, left) or cows in water (above, right)


It could be a track gang at work(above, left), or a few men at work (above, middle) or two men cutting brush (above, right)


It could be two men at hard work(above, left), it could be two men at rest (above, middle), or a man a play (above, right).

The point is 
DON'T FORGET THE LITTLE THINGS.....

These little scenes were we work of Sue Line Crew members 
Dillon Stokes and
Ken Ellison.

Many thanks to both for your large contributions........

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