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 Posted: Wed Feb 26th, 2014 10:10 pm
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col.stephens wrote: Stay tuned and I will explain how I built Waterloo Station from half a dozen lolly sticks! :lol:Terry
You did well  thenTerry, it took a good dozen when I built it - but it was in 0 guage...:pathead

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Arlington Row finished but will try to take some outside shots tomorrow - if the weather holds.

Meanwhile, first stage groundwork.

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Allan, that row of houses gets better as the days go by. The vegetation on the ground and walls with moss on the roofs, sets them off a treat. Brilliant!



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Arlington Row, all done and dusted !!

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Looks great Allan ! Can I ask what your green 'goop' is ? To me, it looks like PVA, sawdust and a little green acryllic paint... Am I close ??

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Gary wrote: Looks great Allan ! Can I ask what your green 'goop' is ? To me, it looks like PVA, sawdust and a little green acryllic paint... Am I close ??

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Part right Gary.

It's Hornby  'Skale scenics'  Spring Green Fine Tufts - R 8895, mixed in with neat PVA glue.

Place it where you want it, then tease it out with a pointed tool of some description and you'll find it will dry literally rock hard within 24 hours with absolutely no fallout.

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Managed to miss this completely ( double senior moment )
At the beginning of the thread you were on about it fitting in a microwave? could you please explain
Great work as usual!
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