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Old 06-15-2014, 09:45 PM   #1
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Default American 2-6-0

American 2-6-0 by Thomas Mullane. On 1/2 Spaulted Hackberry. This took about 20hrs to complete.
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That is well done , who is the designer.?
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I have some rail road buddies that would love that.
You did a wonderful job!
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Splendid job. Designer? Pattern availability? I also have a railroad buddy who would love it and his birthday is in a few months.

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I'am a retired railroader of 41 years an that will go on my to do list if I get the pattern, Very nice work.
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Wow that is stunning! The wood grain really helps the 3D effect of the cutting.

What is the overall size of the piece? I too would be interested in where the pattern came from.
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Love it, if you get the chance can you direct me to the pattern.
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Thomas Mullane is listed as the designer. I got the pattern from scrolleronline.com. Its approximately 16 1/2 x 11 inches.
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Beautiful, well done, can sure believe 20 hours. Thanks for posting it for us to view.
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Very nice. Great cutting.
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