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 Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2015 07:22 pm
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Very neat Doug - what are you going to do with it now it is complete? Be good to see it in situ. Your efforts to sharpen up the edges have really paid off. A great tip.
 
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Words fail me Doug (well almost :lol:)

I doubt very much if John Wiffen could possibly improve on that.

I have always admired and enjoyed your building threads. The mill for would be a prime example. The difference this time is you took a kit basically out of the box and showed us with great patience and detailed helpful advice how it could be built................perfectly.

I am not sure which is the more worthy of praise.....the model or the tutorial........both are splendid. I cannot thank you enough

I hope you both (plus Bisto?) have a great trip to the Loire

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Brilliant work Doug. Thoroughly enjoyed the whole thread.
Looking forward to the next one!!

Shaun.

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John said, "I have always admired and enjoyed your building threads. The mill for would be a prime example."

Not wishing to detract from Doug's superb modelling, but do you mean this mill?



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Hi Terry

Not that one although that was also an exquisite model. There is a photo on the sidebar for Doug's old layout Bears End.  If I recall it took a couple of years to make and there are many pages covering the various stages on the layout thread.

It now graces Petermac's Maxmill Junction........................the lucky b****r :mrgreen::lol:

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Ah, apologies John and Doug. I missed that build. :oops:

I must go back and look for it. Always lots to learn from Doug's tutorials.

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Thank you all for the kind words, and sight of that cracking building, Terry, I've missed that one...

Ed, yes, just going to Guérdelon to look, although I will ask about working parties for later in the year, but currently I'm all of a tizzy thinking about a 'happy' Max!

Bob, I'm not sure what I'm going to do with it now that Bear's End has been scrapped, that long wall along the back could lend itself to several different rear entrances/accesses.

I really must get down to designing and building a sector plate for New End and get that under way again, I seem to have stalled on that path.

John, Bisto is fine, looking forward to the trip, but currently suffering the indignity of a thorough 'tick inspection' after each walk as it is that time again, I found one on my leg last night, his bed is under my desk...

Poop-poop!

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