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 Posted: Fri Sep 11th, 2015 08:35 pm
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Seems to have passed quietly, but John Wiffen has revised his site with a fresher look and IMO a better layout.



From the perspective of a scratch builder I am pleased to see his stone and brick textures available in a 'Builders Pack' with arches, a natty template for planning and cutting out window and door openings, plain stone for lintels, window sills and doorsteps, coping stones, a running bond for chimney stacks and a FULL A4 sheet of the texture in question. I note he has also cut back on the density of the black surrounding the Scalescenes logo, I often wished I didn't print two square inches of jet black ink to no purpose.



A free download for curtains, plywood boarding sheets and compatible windows is included for OO and N scales is included.



Good luck with the new site, John,



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Thanks for the update Doug,i'll take a look at that.By the way i visited the Lynton to Barnstaple Railway last week.Not a long run but beautifully restored carriages and the station is a dream.Loved the match striker plates on the doors with the no smoking sign underneath.Progress eh?.



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Well observed, sir!

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Thanks Doug. I even took advantage of the new 'free' download kit, R024 Weighbridge/Coal Office .

Cheers, Gary.



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Much clearer site now. Nice one.



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