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 Posted: Mon Aug 31st, 2015 09:59 pm
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Must agree with the others...fantastic shots there,  and yep could see the trestle bridge shot making a great jigsaw :thumbs


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 Posted: Mon Aug 31st, 2015 10:17 pm
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As always beautiful photos John:thumbs

As you know I have always enjoyed the legends or back stories that you create......to my mind they are another of the many small details that, in total, make Hintock so believable. I particularly like the way you have created convincing arguments for running both LMS and Southern locos on a GWR BLT:lol:

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Tremendous modelling. These scenes are so natural. First class.

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Matt, John, Toto, those kind comments are much appreciated. Hintock gives me pleasure and if I can share some of that then I'm very satisfied.


Dealing with Matt's and others remarks about jigsaws I don't know how that works but the do have a choice, I have no objections to any that is, and if, chosen.


And John, the germ of that idea was born a long time ago when I researched the MR for an article about its days prior to 1900 (the article itself was published in Back Track November 2010) where its ever acquisitive nature came to the fore along with the competitiveness between the SR and GWR in other articles.

I know its regarded by some as a bit of a stretch, but it was then feasible to have the S&DR (LMSR/SR) on a GWR BLT. Whatever, I knew it would appeal to the likes of you.


And now off the PB branch to Hintock itself:-





Here, Hintock can be seen (more or less) from one end to the other.


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... and what a wonderful, wonderful place it is too John. 
Hintock is a great way of showing that a layout doesn't have to be huge to be full of operating, scenic and enjoyment potential.
I like the way it continues to evolve too. 
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I completely echo Marty's response John; it's long been one of my favourite layouts and is truly inspirational.

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great to see it back in all it`s glory,:cheers
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Hi John,

I find myself returning to this thread time and time again. So many great ideas. I like your ground form and ballasting, the way the sleepers come in and out of play.
I'm looking for ideas to pinch for my Highbridge layout. Hope you don't mind a bit of plagiarism.:mutley

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Due to personal circumstance I have not been able to post for some time but hope now to be able to make regular postings so here is a start in no particular order.




As the Down14xx and train arrives from Weymouth so does the Up goods for Dorchester standready for departure.





Two of a kind: arriving SR passenger and departing goods trains at Hintock.




This corner has been re-built to advantage and it shows off well the arrving SR goods.




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Very nice John - with your permission, I would like to save a couple of them as part of my Screensaver collection.



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Very nice John, cracking photo's! Thanks

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Very good John, especially like how you done the ground work scenics 1.



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Thanks for you interst and comments I'll endeavour to keep them coming.

Sol:you are very welcome. May I ask which ones? Then I'll better know what appeals. I always take multiple shots though each slightly different, so ther are a lot to choose from.

Ron and Barney: glad you liked them. If you have specific questions about "how I dun it" I'll be happy to answer.



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Good to see you back John.  We have been away on hols so missed the first posts .   Lovely layout and pictures.:thumbs



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Thanks Reg for that, happy to be back and posting here once  again.



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John, these two take my eye but in the main , they are all good.






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Sol, glad you enjoyed them and those in particular. Perhaps too, you would enjoy the above.



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Big smile here also John, as I soak up the atmosphere you've worked wonders in creating.

I wish you continued joy,

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Thank you gentlemen for your king words on my return. I have a bit of catching up to do and i shall make my way over time through and in no particular order, the vast nunber of my images. I have so many because once I set a shot up I take many others from slightly different viwpoints. I shall try and not repeat myself (too often) but keeping track o fit all is a little difficult. Stiill, as  said, one can't have too much of a good thing.

So,two more of Hintock and much the same scene but from different view points.

 



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Don,t worry about too many on here John .  A pleasure to look at.



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