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 Posted: Sat Jan 2nd, 2016 03:41 am
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Starting from the begining . . .



















































































































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Blossom is site manager.















Still building track.

It's all pretty much self explanatory.  The photos jump from topic to topic, but they show the build in chronological order.



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By Golly Max.....you`re setting the bar high mate!!!!
Very neat and tidy and superbly done old son.....a work of art in the making..:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs
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Gormo.........PS...Happy New Year !!!!:cheers:cheers:cheers:cheers



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 Posted: Sat Jan 2nd, 2016 07:11 am
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Happy New Year to you and yours as well, Gormo.    :cheers

Thanks for your kind words.

I've actually redone the whole thread as it got out of order.

Cheers



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All what Gormo said Max, outstanding stuff....and BIG!

Happy New Year!

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A remarkable photo series which is an exceptional example of every picture tells a story. It's masterful Max, acting not only as a tribute to your skills, but also an aspirational incentive to us all. Well, with just a tad more practise! Experience counts in everything we do!

Back to my Scalescenes practice pieces!

Welcome to 2016 :)

Bill ;-)

 



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Thanks, guys.
Happy New Year to you.  :cheers



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It's true Max, big is beautiful :thumbs

Don't remember seeing the video on your original thread, very good :thumbs (especially like the seal train spotter :lol:)



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Ha ha.  Thanks, Ed.



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I've finally finished faffing about with the blue GP 38-2.  I swapped the decoder for a Loksound Select L and it has made a significant difference.  The slight moaning from the motor is easily masked by the sounds from the decoder.



I used the same sound project as I used for the Atlas SDP-35.
I can always change it later.




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Looks and sounds nice Max :thumbs



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Thanks, Ed.

The beauty of Loksound is that I can pop a new sound project in if I get sick of this one.



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You'll inspire a whole new generation of modellers with that beast at shows Max! What a beauty.

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Marty wrote: You'll inspire a whole new generation of modellers with that beast at shows Max! What a beauty.

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agree with Marty, brill, nice one Max
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Thanks, guys.

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Wasn't that the reason for the modular construction of this layout Max... Or am I getting layouts mixed up again?

Wouldn't be the first time.

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It's designed so that I can disassemble it and reassemble it in the Old Folks Home, Marty.  :cool:



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MaxSouthOz wrote: It's designed so that I can disassemble it and reassemble it in the Old Folks Home, Marty.  :cool:

and Max hasn't long to go !!  :mutley:pedal



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Thank you.  Save a place for me.  :lol:



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Just make sure you let me know which old folks home you`re in Max, so I can put in my application for transfer.
:mutley  :cheers  Gormo



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