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Point Rodding looks really impressive, Good work



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Thanks for the compliments, chaps.



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Now that the big job of the point rodding is out of the way time to run some trains...









And an overviews of where things now stand...


A few more bits of detail to add, fencing/gates next. I'm going to leave the last scenic bit, the bacon factory for a while, and concentrate on the trains I think.



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Some nice shots there, Jon.  :cool:



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Wow! 
Just....

Wow.

The inner home over the distant looks good, as do the ground signals.
Is that a relief line on the camera side of the running lines?

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Marty wrote: Wow! 
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Wow.

The inner home over the distant looks good, as do the ground signals.
Is that a relief line on the camera side of the running lines?

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Thank you, Marty. The lines nearest the camera are the branch line (which runs parallel to the mainline in the scenic section) and its run around loop, there not being one at the bay platform due to the constraint of the road bridge over. In the first shot, the farthest line away is a lie by siding. This is all based, more or less, on the prototype, Kidlington. Can't remember if I've covered this before, but a little bit of info on that can be found on the Great Western Archive and track plan (if you squint) on the Signalling Record Society.


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Thanks Jon, I'll have a browse.
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Hi Jon.   It's me again? I am a bit of a fusspot about dimensions , you seem to have got so much into a corner. But I don't know how big that corner is.I don't know if I missed it? But would you please tell me is it OO ? And what about the baseboard size? All the best. Kevin



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I think the title says it all Kevin.

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Hi Bill. Thank you for your reply. How'd you like that? I'm reading with my eyes closed again. But did the dimensions get a mention?    All the best. Kevin



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Bill. Thank you for your reply. How'd you like that? I'm reading with my eyes closed again. But did the dimensions get a mention?    All the best. Kevin

Kevin, if you start reading from page 1, dimensions do get mentioned...



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Hi Ron   Thank you for your reply. I just get impatient to find the start of a thread. I am the same about the house, I put something down, then run round in circles for the next ten minutes, looking for it, and there it is all the time looking at me.   All the best. Kevin



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Hi Ron.  Thank you . A responsible answer. At long last I found it (6 ft x 39inches) still a tight space, until the 14 x 10 shed came onto the scene, now your talking, still small by Aussie standards I'd bet! Not bad all the same,
Pity it is not Southern     All the best. Kevin



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Great looking layout Jon. What are the crew you used in the Grange?

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It's been a while since an update. I have started to move on to stock for the layout. Having seen posts elsewhere about 3d printing I saw one with a matchboard autotrailer in it, which appealed as that was the type used on the real life Woodstock branch post war. The designer Rue_d_etropal (Simon Dawson) kindly modified the design to match the exact type, a diagram A7 I was looking for.

Here's the 3d printed model as received from Shapeways:


After detailing and painting this is what I've ended up with:






My painting and lining is far from perfect (this was pretty much the first go at this and should improve with practise I hope) but I am happy with the result, something bespoke for my layout. This foray into 3d printing has grabbed my interest and I am exploring using that to fill some gaps in my coach fleet. More on that in due course.

Wishing you all a belated happy new year!

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Recently I got one of the Oxford Dean Goods. Nice loco albeit dismantling the tender to get the decoder in was a struggle. Here it is on an up freight train.







and now met by a down stopping passenger train hauled by a Dukedog


The up passenger draws into Begbroke



(Must find the detailing pack for this one and clean off the real dust, before re-numbering and weathering in due course)

Drawing away from Begbroke


Heading off toward Banbury


All the best

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