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 Posted: Mon Nov 18th, 2013 04:28 pm
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Feeling sleepy?
My first video should finish you off!
Feel free to laugh or comment as you wish!
Apologies in advance!

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 Posted: Mon Nov 18th, 2013 05:45 pm
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Pity, it showed a server error:cry:.



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 Posted: Mon Nov 18th, 2013 05:48 pm
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Oh - just worked for me?

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No, it works for me.



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Worked fine for me - Firefox of course!  ;-)

It was very good, Barry.  Great insights into the planning and preparation.  :thumbs



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I agree with Max. Looking foward to the next update.

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Hi Barry

Great video, shows what your planning and 'a picture says a thousand words'. :thumbs

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Great stuff Barry,
You have certainly done your research for your planned Bromsgrove build.
Will you be tempted by the old Midland 0-10-0 Licky banking loco in the future.
All the best for the build.

Derek.

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It was ok for me as well.Firefox again.



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shunter1 wrote:

Will you be tempted by the old Midland 0-10-0 Licky banking loco in the future.

Derek.


The era I plan to model is 1958 - 1965. Big Bertha finished in 1956.
However, the temptation is great!

Thank you all for the positive comments - gobsmacked really!

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Worked OK for me Barry. Lot of planning and thought gone into the project. I'll have to try that myself one day. The planning and thought process that is.

 



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Builders making good progress. 

Window in to front and batons fitted to front wall.

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Solid looking batons there Barry.

Looking forward to more.



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Looking at the size of that stud work, how much space are you losing Barry?

 



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Barney, the batons are 4" - the wall is only single skin, so Building Regs insist.
I'm losing approx 10" in length and 6" in width.
It's a necessary loss I'm afraid.
Been speaking to the 'leckie this morning - those LED spots aren't cheap!

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Shame that your projects building reg's dictate you have to lose nearly a foot in length Barry. Size matters a lot in our hobby.



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Progress......now moved to 'Members Personal Layouts'
http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=12095&forum_id=21
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Barry - as an electrician, I would have to say that LED downlighter cans are abut £12 each plus fitting - and thats my West London price - not sure about Peckham.  I get annoyed when trades charge enormous amounts to do basic jobs, especially at construction sites where you have full access and cable runs are easy to lay.

On a different front, whilst I am not a fan of N gauge (too small for my fingers and eyesight!), Bromsgrove looks great. You have created a feeling of space which is often missing from layouts.  The overall colour tones are good too.  I look forward to more vids and updates.

Barry M (note to members - we are not related by the way - really!!!)

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