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 Posted: Sun Jun 25th, 2017 06:49 pm
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Thanks, Rob.  Extra high praise, coming from you.  :thumbs



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Now that is nifty, Phil.  :doublethumb

Someone on the O forum asked me to do a shot with just the layout lights.







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Just one thing missing Max :mutley




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Spieren, Amsterdam: With all that muscle it's gotta be New York. Those gulls need a good talking to, they're a bit lost. Must be the Great Lakes lot.

[Edit] Then again, there are a fair number of river dock-rail spur interchanges on the Kansas side of the Missouri River. Plus intermodals in Argentine (UP) and Gardner (BNSF).

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:mutley  Very good, Nigel.



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Any progress on Port Elderley as of late, Max?

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Nope, Daniel.  Not a sausage.





I've been tasked to do a complete make over of the kitchen.  :roll:



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That kitchen looks great, saves having to open the cabinet doors, easy access  :mutley



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It's 'Open Plan' :roll:


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Ed wrote: It's 'Open Plan' :roll:


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Groan!.... :lol:



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Many a good layout has been scuppered by kitchen modifications. Don't let it happen to Port Elderley, Max !

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She'll be right, cobber.  :thumbs



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Whilst the Missus might see a new kitchen, Max, I see new storage sidings instead for Port Elderley !

Have words...


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