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Here's the three locos:

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and I love this carriage......

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Thanks very much for the pictures, good to see it as it is today, also great to see the locos again, makes my fingers itch to get on with my new 009 layout.
Roy.

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Hi Roy,You're welcome. I'm actually looking for a new home for the layout. My family have had their enjoyment from it and it would be good to make room for the next one. Do you have any suggestions of how to advertise/sell such a piece of art to ensure it goes to the right home for a fair price? Putting it on eBay just doesn't feel right....
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I would try the 009 Society, they have a sales and recycling team:
members-sales@009society.com

http://www.009society.com/

As a matter of interest what are you looking for cash wise?

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I've created a website for the layout for those who may be interested.....LINK

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Hi Paul


Thanks for the link to your layout. Enjoyed it, a fine job indeed.


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T'68/Roy,

Now back in U.K.

Is there a track plan for this gem? I think I have my OO9 loco/wagon building up to an almost acceptable standard but track planning is not my forte at all.

This has all I want, ups and downs, hidden fiddly bits and a sense of a train going through scenery, not vice versa.

I have an unused 8ft x 1ft-11" two-piece portable baseboard to use when we have sold up and moved from Basingstoke to the West Country [i.e. back to my Devon Dumplin's home turf...]

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Hi Doug,
I have sent you a personal message.

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