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 Posted: Sun Apr 9th, 2017 02:54 pm
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jelicoe 1914
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Harts Hill Iron works currently under construction for my 0 gauge "The Wallows" layout. Built from 2mm Lite ply with PlastiCard overlays, still lots to do.



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Very nice Mike. :thumbs

Freehand or from a plan ?

I'm intrigued by your username - Jelicoe (with 2 "L's"), was synonymous with the Battle of Jutland but that was in 1916.  Why Jelicoe 1914 ?



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Agree, very nice indeed.  Can you show a building in the stages of construction Mike?  Where do you get your windows and doors?

I'm sure there's a story behind your screen name.

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Agree with you there John, very nice build indeed and a step-by-step would be more than welcome.

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Yep.  Very nice, Mike.  :thumbs

As an O scale scratch builder myself, I also would like to see some of your tricks.  :cool:



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Petermac wrote: Very nice Mike. :thumbs

Freehand or from a plan ?

I'm intrigued by your username - Jelicoe (with 2 "L's"), was synonymous with the Battle of Jutland but that was in 1916.  Why Jelicoe 1914 ?
User name is from my Fathers middle name and he was born in 1914. No plan just an idea and drawn straight onto the ply. Beats back of an envelope ;-)



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 Hi Mike very nice modelling  Keep up great work looks 100%  Best  of Luck from South Wales

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I haven't kept a record of building construction but, here is a couple of photos of a crossing keepers building  based on the one on the Hilton Main Colliery line showing the later stages of the build.





and finally in place on my Primrose Hill Micro.



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