You have certainly captured the look of a Texas pecan farm. I can remember seeing the big old pecan trees lining the riverbank in San Marcos where I went tubing. Their shade was sure welcome on a hot June afternoon.
I´m still waiting for my Atlas turnouts and keep my fingers crossed, that they are not affected by that AFFA-desaster. Without them, the T&P-Line in the background cannot continue to Allamore ( and Van Horn staging). And the SP / TNO-Line cannot proceed to Valentine, the big hole to the right.
So, I had time to do little arrangements at the more-or-less finished part.
Randy Brown´s Sherrif´s office works well as a general store!
As I had already "stolen" their original church, which stands on my layout on the other side of town, my Mexicans needed an other chappel......
....... so I used Randy Brown´s Pacos´s Taco Diner. I removed the seating area in front and added two "bells",which ar little brass peaces for handrails for ships in larger scales. You can see the holes only from a special angle and if you are very close.
The Copacabana Auto Service is another building in the mexican quarter. It is a paper modell!
I recommend to look at papermau.blogspot.com ! You will find there a lot of papaer-modells for free. There are some links to other homepages of paper-enthusiasts, too. Not everthing is usefull to z scale. But if you make a jpg out of the instruction and put it in a word document, you can play with the size untill it fits your desired dimensions.