Trollholme - Canal Board - Finished!

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Evening Yakkers,

Sometimes when I finish a big project I treat myself to a show off thread, because I know most of you can’t be bothered to read through 150 pages of my rambling Plog!!

Anyhow I herby present Trollholme;













You can find all the making of photos etc here https://yaktribe.games/community/media/albums/trollholme-canal-board.3352/ and info on how and parts on my main Plog.

Buildings are planned next.....

Love Clockwork.
 

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Great job - that is quite the contrast between the rusty floor and the glowing green slime.

Is it 4'x'4' ?
 
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Yep - my nephew wants me to build him a frost grave 3x3 one next, which I’ll do happily but I think with the extra pieces from the TT combat set I’ll extend this to 6x4 and add a road or railway and another bridge.
 
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Ben_S

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It looks amazing but, if these are the only tiles, the canal doesn't look that flexible in layout.
 

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Yep that’s the plan with the extra 8 tiles so you can remove the canal etc.
 
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ClockworkOrange

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That said as soon as you add rivers and fixed features you limit things, that’s why I went for so many bridges.
 

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make some of your buildings so they act as bridges as well. i’ve seen places in Massachusetts and Hartford, CT where the highways and stuff pass right under office buildings.
 

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Looks superb! You could build a pumping station designed to clip on to a straight section, or perhaps an angular curve so the flow goes to a right angle.

Or a half flow where it goes underground mid tile??

Very impressed.
 
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