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 Posted: Thu Jul 24th, 2008 11:33 pm
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You're getting some good scenes, Kev. Lots of progress there. I'm not familiar with all of those buildings. It's a nice assortment. Is the green antiques shop by Superquick?.
I like the new positioning of the caravan park too.

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 Posted: Thu Jul 24th, 2008 11:40 pm
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Yes Mike both the shops are Superquick, the others are metcalfe. except for the dormer bungalow behind the antique shop which is plastic and is about 50 years old (airfix i think)

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That,s very good Kev love the curved platform :)



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 Posted: Fri Jul 25th, 2008 12:22 am
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Kev,getting there,like chuffed to bits nice idea,the cops are a bit keen
down your way though!!
watch yourself with those model knives,i have had two snap at the blue plastic bit close call on the fingers,got a scalpel type now.
:roll: :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol: 8)

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 Posted: Fri Jul 25th, 2008 01:18 am
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Owen I've had two of them snap as well. Scary when it happens.

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 Posted: Fri Aug 15th, 2008 11:17 pm
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 A few pics of the work in progress

First the station area







 

The signal box





 

And some low level shots

















 

Oh and a couple of blue diesels for you know who




For some strange reason someone has built a bedroom around the layout

 



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Some great progress there Kev! While the final picture would of course be the favourite, I love the platform surfaces. Are they the Metcalfe sheets?

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Thanks Chris. The platforms are Superquick grey pavement sheets which turned slightly green when glued to the platform



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Thats the algae that forms on the platform very natural;-);-)

 

cheers Brian.W

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henryparrot wrote: Kev

Thats the algae that forms on the platform very natural;-);-)

 

cheers Brian.W


That sound truthful !!

who am I to dis-believe the HP?

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Superquick eh? I might have to try them as I am amazed how good it looks Kev.

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Kev,
    Those buildings are really pulling the layout together now,and working well with those back scenes.I'm really liking the platforms as well.Looking good,some really good progress that you can be well pleased with.

Cheers,John.B.

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good progress there  Kev,starting to become a model railway now,
have you got a name for it yet ?it does deseve one.

:roll::lol::lol::lol::cool:

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Amazing how this has developed Kev, great work mate.

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This is becoming a really excellent layout Kev. You must be well pleased with what you are achieving.:D

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   Thanks for the comments guys, i still have a long way to go.

 Owen -  the layout is called 'Harry's End'

 Chris T - I found that the Superquick paving was a little on the thin side so i  copied a few onto 160gsm paper     

  i think one of my next jobs will be to make quite a lot of lineside fencing



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Great looking town scene there Kev.  Shame about the blue diesels but I suppose you can't have everything !!!

I particularly like the low level shots which really seem to give the railway a "real life" appearance. ;-)



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I like those, too.

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Kev :oops: senior moment there,i know its harry`s end i see it every time in the new post bit,sooorry.;-):lol::lol::lol::cool:

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 Well now who's a VERY stupid boy :sad::sad:

I awoke from a dream a few days ago and immediately went to check the layout.  The dream involved a broken window and no access to it because my layout is right in front of the window and 8ft x 4ft. An old saying comes to mind PPpPPP (Proper Planning Prevents Pi** Poor Performance)

Will i ever get it right??????

So now we have Stage 3 (good job i can't count very far):mutley

Instead of a roundy roundy i will now have an end to end with a roundy roundy in the middle

Starting from the left inside the bedroom door



Moving around under the window





This part will stay more or less as is



 Old goods yard area



New base board to be constructed to match up to old goods yard area



Hopefully this will be the last version and now for the fun part:hmm:hmm

What i really want to know is why Phill did not see this coming and warn me:lol:



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