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Kend2001

Posted - 2007 September 06 :  12:32:12 AM  Show Profile  Visit Kend2001's Homepage
I am looking for some pics or ideas for a small oil refinery depot or something to that effect, any help would be greatly appreciated.
Ken
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CNW

Posted - 2007 September 06 :  12:44:23 AM  Show Profile
Ken, have you seen Walthers refinery? Would that work for you?

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jbinkley60

Posted - 2007 September 06 :  05:40:49 AM  Show Profile
Aew you looking for a refinery, fuel storage facility or both ?




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TrainCat2

Posted - 2007 September 06 :  12:53:29 PM  Show Profile  Visit TrainCat2's Homepage
Hi Ken,

These may/not fit your bill, but if you look on my site under oil facilities, you will find some new kits that I debuted at the NTS. The HO-scale items are being ethed now and should be shipping within 4-5 weeks. The HO oil tank is very similar, but slightly shorter than the Walther tall tank. The whole series is contantly being added to. PM or email if I can answer any questions.




Bob Knight

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stevechurch2222

Posted - 2007 September 06 :  1:41:57 PM  Show Profile
I plan on using it with the grain elevator series to create a Cargill
corn processing plant. Steve Church


Steve Church Milwaukee Road Iowa Division

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