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Thanks, appreciated!

 

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Planning permission has been passed for the factory area and the first building construction has started, no idea what's going next to it yet, but that overscaled balast has got to come up!

 

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I am sure that this will turn out to be another wonderfully detailed scene, Phil, when you have finished it. You have already included as much as I usually manage to get around to adding.

By the way, thanks for sharing your experience with the International Models backscene. Having seen (no pun intended) yours, I ordered one myself and am very pleased with it.

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S'lovely!  :thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs
Not often you get a view up the rear of a train [Oo-er, 'Does my coupling look big in this, dear?'
[where's the brake-van/lamp, is he going to set back on the other line?]


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Lovely work Phill,

It blends right into the backscene.... 



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Stunning!  It's right up there, this layout - and the photos . . .  :doublethumb



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S'lovely!  :thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs
Not often you get a view up the rear of a train [Oo-er, 'Does my coupling look big in this, dear?'
[where's the brake-van/lamp, is he going to set back on the other line?]


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Doug, hell do whatever you want him to :lol:

 

Thanks Martyn, hopefully that was the idea. :lol:

 

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Geoff R wrote: I am sure that this will turn out to be another wonderfully detailed scene, Phil, when you have finished it. You have already included as much as I usually manage to get around to adding.

By the way, thanks for sharing your experience with the International Models backscene. Having seen (no pun intended) yours, I ordered one myself and am very pleased with it.



.....Yup...look at the fallen down end of the wall in the picture above, I'm sure I can see a snail under the third stone from the right...:)

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Look again Doug.....it's a slug :lol:

 

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A bit more done!

 



 

 



 

 




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The painters have started, left factory roof, grey, main building, thick water based paint straight onto card giving a textured appearence, also brick pointing wash on right factory.

 

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It's starting to come together.

 

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Damn! That's quick...and very good!

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P.S. How did the 'roof-man' get up there? Has some bounder pinched his ladder?  :0
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It might seem quick Doug but there are a few hours in it :shock:

I don't think the man on the ladder is used to it as he seems to be holding on for his life ...got to get that other ladder in place soon :lol:

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I'm coming to the end of my superlatives here, Phil. Marvelous.  :thumbs

What is interesting when you see this era captured is the stark difference in health and safety attitudes in those times.  No hi-viz gear, no safety harness . . .

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Max, I think health and safety is a good thing as long as it isn't taken too far, When I Had a "proper" job :lol::lol::lol: I remember doing all sorts of things, some that I wouldn't do now though :shock: I think a lot of it is being younger and not seeing the danger :lol:

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The factories are nearly done, i've dug up the over scale balast, re-balasted and the weathering goes on tonight so some finished pics later I hope.

 

The station needs to be started, in the area below, i'm thinking of a nice GWR period piece with character, brick or stone, has anyone any suggestions, pictures and a plan would be good :lol:

 

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Factories just about finished!

 



 

 



 

 




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Just a bit of news I thought i'd share with you all, British Railway Modeling and Model Rail Magazine will be featuring Pen y Bryn later on in the year. Chris Nevard will be taking the photographs for M.R. I will be taking them for BRM which will be an eight page spread....I think I need to tidy it up somewhat :shock:

 

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Great news Phil. Chris is still a member of this forum by the way and his work is shown on several of our pages.



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