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 Posted: Sat Mar 16th, 2013 03:21 pm
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hi all just been to the goole model railway show .its in its third year and it just gets better and bigger some nice layouts just a few pics from the show  hope you like them.
my mate andys sons layout its n gauge.


this one was my favorite as i model modern image.






































hope to go next year with my own layout we shall see york show soon so more pics to upload.

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 Posted: Sat Mar 16th, 2013 05:58 pm
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Hi Shaun.

great pictures.on the sixth picture down where the exhibitor has placed the metcalfe buildings it's a shame they haven't attempted to join the pavements together.



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I echo Alan's sentiments on the pavements, which spoils the effect, however, I really like the sweeping curves on that layout, which make it very different. Thanks for sharing these pictures.

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Shaun could you tell me if any of the pictures are of WW1 French Harbour as there is someone enquiring about that layout.



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Well, my vote is for the same layout Alan and Bob quoted on. Really like the use of space with the sweeping curves. Incorporating the harbour scene makes a busy looking layout. Nicely done. Strange that there is not one train in site !

Cheers, Gary.



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hi gary if you look behind the crane you can see some sort of carrage taht was moving about.
robert i can try and find out about the layout. the chap was telling some one about how they got the plane of the barge some thing to do with the wind but i will see what i can do.

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Thanks Shaun, it's the owner of the layout that's asking and he isn't a member of the forum so he can't look himself. Actually would you mind if I took a copy of the picture and then I could let him see if it's what he wants.



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thats fine robert help your self.hope it helps

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Thanks Shaun. I have sent it off and hope it helps the chap.



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glad to help if you need anything else let us know.

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