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 Posted: Mon Sep 2nd, 2013 05:27 pm
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Ive been busy attempting a wordsworth kit amd here it is almost finished

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Very nice David.I take it they're storage tanks but you seem to have fallen over on your side.Have you been drinking?.:lol:



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Hahaha yeah they are diesel storage tanks and my phone seems to rotate everything when uploading pics

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Very nice David.

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Thanks guys. Just a quick update on the kit its all now stuck down to its base thanks to some help from a glue gun

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trevthelegend wrote: Hahaha yeah they are diesel storage tanks and my phone seems to rotate everything when uploading pics
Try a different number David ......................:roll::roll::roll::cheers

Looks like a decent kit but it makes my neck ache ................;-)



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Itbwas nice to get stuck into a slughty more advanced kit comoared to my first one and i enjoyed it. The thing i found with wordsworth kits so far is that you really have to look at the picture on the first page to work it all out

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trevthelegend wrote:  my phone seems to rotate everything when uploading pics
Upload photos to your computer then use a free package like Fast Stone to edit the photo such as cropping ,  resizing & turning around, saving that modified photo for then uploading into YMR.

Building paper/card kits is fun.



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Whilst on the subject of kits im about To start a wordsworth fueling station but was jsut wondering what the best thing is to use for the fuel pump pipes that go to the loco

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Just off the top of my head David but would small shoelaces do?.You would hopefully get the fall of the pipe to look quite prototypical.In fact would the plastic bit on the end look like a nozzle?.



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Thats a great idea spurno i will try it and post up some pics

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Or if shoe laces wont do, have a look in the diy jewelry section of the hobby shops, there are a wide selection of threads and strings for necklaces that may be suitable.

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http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/jewellery/threads-and-elastics

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Here is my fuelimg station courtesy of wordsworth

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You need to read what Sol said in post # 8 David ..................

If your phone always rotates the photos, you need to download them to a photo editor before posting them. 

We may live in an upside down world but adding yet another dimension is going to confuse some of the small brains reading this thread ...................:roll::roll::cheers



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That will be me then....
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Acording to a recent visit to a supermarket at check out time, I an not loosing my memory it has been downgraded which means i am not stupid afterall - Sorted! - What a relief
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I'm wondering if it's a setting in the phone as i take all my photos with my phone and they come out ok.I do upload them to photobucket but i don't have to rotate them.



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Neat model David.Thanks for shareing.

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Hi David.   Happy New Year.  I have found myself " In the same Boat as You" in regards to Upside Down Photos" that is. Just to see how easy it is I bunged an assortment of photos on to YMRC, Maybe if Ihad thought about it? I may have got it correct ? In my case I used iPad , clear photos, but higgledy piggledy. Did you get it sorted?   Kevin



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trevthelegend wrote: Whilst on the subject of kits im about To start a wordsworth fueling station but was jsut wondering what the best thing is to use for the fuel pump pipes that go to the loco
Paper Clips or Solder wire?



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