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 Posted: Fri Mar 22nd, 2019 01:42 pm
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The new track stands out a fair bit. But then, well, it hasn't been painted.



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Things are progressing - all track done, wired & works !   Panel modified.  DMU will be stabled next to the LHS of the platform.
Short (old bay) track now for Stores, Parcels & brake van.










painting track & ballasting next then followed by platform fixing & re-installing the wall.



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Looks the business Ron really worthwhile modification.


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That is such a neat job, Sol!  Great stuff!



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Yep.  It all makes sense.  :cool:



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Painted & ballasted




now to fix the platform walls & surface then re-install wall.



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And all whilst I was asleep ....................................

Good grief Sol, I'm exhausted just reading about it - one certainly can't afford to blink when your PW guys are on the move.................

It look great - and it's as if it has been there forever.  I must add that, from France, it looks to be a very useful improvement.  :pathead



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Very nice work, Sol, that looks the business



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The wall is back...


next is to really sit it into the ground...



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These changes create subtle variances in the ground - as a bonus.  :cool:



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I badly need a builder who can work at your pace Sol - are you free ?

You'd never guess Tim's axe had been wielded ............................... :thumbs



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I reckon Donald Trump would give you a job Ron building walls for him. :mutley


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Briperran wrote: I reckon Donald Trump would give you a job Ron building walls for him. :mutley


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He could not afford me .....nor would I take his offer.... ( unless it was to build a wall with no doors around the White House with him inside) . :twisted:



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Sol wrote: Briperran wrote: I reckon Donald Trump would give you a job Ron building walls for him. :mutley


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He could not afford me .....nor would I take his offer.... ( unless it was to build a wall with no doors around the White House with him inside) . :twisted:


 Where do I make my donation for that wall?   :mutley

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I do believe he would not want an english or flemish bond wall around his whitehouse he would prefer russian bond :mutley

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After many years, Marabost platform has finally got a name board


the existing station building



will get replaced with a Superquick Island platform building when it arrives from the UK




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Any particular reason why you're replacing the station building Sol


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So there are awnings both sides Ed.



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What's that Irish looking thing in the background ?  Or is it an Australian offering ?



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