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I'd echo Peter's comment Ron,that rockface looks great as it is.



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OK then, it stays! will touch it up with some light brown later!!

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Covering the rock face and a lot of the surrounding area in Gorse bushes shouts North Norfolk and the Weybourne and Sheringham area



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(That's what I think Andy!, need some bright yellow paint and a small brush!!)

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Today's update, control box and another hill up to the 'modroc' part!







Must get some brick paper from the Stamford Rail show tomorrow!!

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You're certainly not 'hanging about' Ron :thumbs


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Secured 'down below' Ed :pathead

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Today I visited the Stamford rail show and besides some scatter and glue I also bought a pair on LNER Teaks!!



Also a bit of weathering on the goods shed!



And finished the bridge road!



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I noticed you seemed to be using the "card lattice" method for your hills Ron - how do you get on with it ?  I ask because I'm doing one on Maxmill but, IMHO, it doesn't come close to using chicken wire ...............:roll::roll:



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No problems Peter but I use a quick set/grab glue which means I can build it fairly quickly and it's ready to cover in less than half an hour. I use crumpled newspaper for support. never used chicken wire it looks a bit tough!!

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Hi Ron,

You are flying through it. Great progress. The scenics are looking really good. I also like the teaks. I have some of them as well but it could be a while before I get the chance to show them off.

It would be nice to see a wee video of them being hauled about ......... Not hinting or anything.:mutley

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I prefer polystyrene foam carved to shape then smeared with a fairly thick mix of polyfilla and an earth or green coloured emulsion applied with a palette knife followed by a dose of scatter before it dries.

Handy set of palette knives on Amazon

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Ordered the palette knives thanks Mike!

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For you Tom!

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PS; Notice the 'notched' track near the end of the vid!



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Thanks Ron,
looks really good and sounds good as well The DMU sitting there looks the part as well. Thanks again for posting......running trains .....what a luxury.


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Not a lot of progress this weekend, more scenics and ballasting!





Station approach! (Sideways!)

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Ron  see your observatory ? Is it really a time machine ?!!!  Cracking progress there and great to see trains running . Good job mate


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Hi Ron

Congratulations on the Header Photo......and what a brilliant photo it is.......very well deserved:doublethumb



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Thank you all very much! Still a long way to go but enjoying the ride!!

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Congratulations Ron, great photo and very well deserved.
keep up the good work.


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