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 Posted: Thu Jun 13th, 2019 03:30 pm
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The last few months have seen me busy with signalling the layout, replacing incorrectly facing point work, installing point rodding and re-ballasting.



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Pointrodding is a combination of DCC Concepts and Comet. Signals are brass kits from MSE and modified Ratio signals using MSE components. 



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Latest project is construction of some old Parkside and Airfix wagon kits. First two picks show them painted and weathered. The third is 3 of 4 cattle vans awaiting painting etc.







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Nice :thumbs


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That is an excellent finish!  I have a few wagons to paint,unpainted Dapol ones I got cheap on Ebay.  Any chance of a walk through, or any tips, as I've never done it before.
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I'm really glad I decided to sit down and spend a bit of time on here. Marvellous modelling skills you have there. I particularly like the trees on the steep embankment, they really look the part. Thanks for all the pic's.



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Lovely picture Ian, very atmospheric!



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Hi Ian,

Just a quick thank you for sharing your love of railways and modelling. Your layout and stock modelling is fabulous, yet sensitive to the prototype and the forced perspective is right up my street. 

I've been dipping in and out of your thread over the last couple of days and had a pleasant complete read through yesterday, which helped refocus my mind as I recover from the loss of a dear departed pet and I've set up a trusty old modelling table in a cosy nook, with tools and materials, ready for my winter return to modelling.

There are so many well executed cameos on Jencaster and I particularly admire the horse shunting.

Great stuff and I'm following with great interest.

Best,

Bill


PS. Well deserved 'Picture of the Week'.



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At 6'4'', Bill is a tall chap, then again, when horizontal he is rather long and people often used to trip over him! . . . and so a nickname was born :)

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S’mae Ian


I agree, a well deserved Pic of the Week – point rodding, working signals, impressive scenery - one day my layout may look like that, one day….


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Excellent Phil, you are a gentleman :thumbs



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