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 Posted: Wed Jun 29th, 2016 11:37 am
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Bob, matt varnish from a spray can before I glue things down; the main bulk of paper glued with a glue stick; some PVA for the quoins ,etc but joining big pieces of card together Roket Card glue - a fast acting PVA type.



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Bob, matt varnish from a spray can before I glue things down; the main bulk of paper glued with a glue stick; some PVA for the quoins ,etc but joining big pieces of card together Roket Card glue - a fast acting PVA type.

Thanks - I am thinking of doing a similar project, but in N gauge.

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After many months just sitting, I finally got around to finishing it - not to the same standard as Gormo though.



yes, chimney pots at a bit  lean - now rectified.



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That looks pretty darn good, Sol.  :doublethumb



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Proper job!

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Nice!
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On the Tawnton platform



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Ooooo, yes.... fits beautifully and looks the part.
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I rather like the platform paving and edging too, Sol.

How did you do it ?


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Allan, paving by Scalescenes TX21
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