Jungle Build nearing completion, thank goodness

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DougM good looking jungle terrain nicely done! Look forward to seeing it in use...
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Some nice footage of a working Malaysian plantation in 1970 including buildings and rather archaic-looking machinery:

https://youtu.be/fOoYZjsaZ54

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Interesting find
Wonder if this would do as a latex processing shed?
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Thanks Captain D. I'm looking forward to getting it on the table, but I have the troops, supports, and some more terrain to finish yet. Hopefully 2 x printed Ha Go tanks will be arriving any day now..

TT that's a great looking shed, where is it from?
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Knights of Dice IIRC - its an Aussie shearing shed

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Ah bugger. Would cost a fortune to get here. Will see if I can work on my MDF fettling skills an knock up something similar.
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Truscott Trotter wrote:
Thu Jan 30, 2020 2:48 am
.....its an Aussie shearing shed
Wow, you guys are even tougher than we thought! :lol:
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I used this in 20mm;

https://sarissa-precision.com/products/ ... f6db&_ss=r

The 28mm version was too big IMHO, so I bought the 20mm one to replace it.
Truscott Trotter wrote:
Wed Jan 29, 2020 10:30 pm
Interesting find
Wonder if this would do as a latex processing shed?
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That would work too 👍

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With the rubber plantation s what makes them really stand out on the table is that they were often planted to a straight line grid. Row on row. Superb work, inspiring stuff.

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