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 Posted: Tue Nov 14th, 2017 11:40 am
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Spurno wrote: Fantastic Jimmy. I hope i'm not out of place in saying it gives Operation Abyss a run for it's money.It brings Christmas to life in a way i remember from my childhood.Absolutely magical. :thumbs :thumbs :thumbs


Thank you I agree I think that I’m getting better at this layout building stuff ha ha 

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 Posted: Tue Nov 14th, 2017 11:55 am
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Just need some Carols playing Jim :thumbs


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Ed wrote: Just need some Carols playing Jim :thumbs


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I actually have a sound module coming that has carol singers and random church bells.

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Top notch modelling Jimmy. The snow has come up very well and the lighting brings it all to life.
What is being towed by the car near the crossing? A caravan or food van? It’s quite unusual, to me at least.

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Marty wrote: Top notch modelling Jimmy. The snow has come up very well and the lighting brings it all to life.
What is being towed by the car near the crossing? A caravan or food van? It’s quite unusual, to me at least.

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It’s a small 1940’s caravan, when I basque the white metal kit I couldn’t resist, all he vehicles are white metal kits. 

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I’ve never seen anything like it before, almost a converted gypsy caravan.
Did you paint the vehicles too?

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Marty wrote: I’ve never seen anything like it before, almost a converted gypsy caravan.
Did you paint the vehicles too?

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Yes all the vehicles I built from scale kits and painted copying rwalbverdions. 

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A delightful layout, very well done Jimmy .



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i now have a train just for this layout, its finished!!

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Nice touch the train.  The whole layout is excellent. :thumbs



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The missus says “very cute, a little train full of presses”.
I’m not sure if that means I too can have a railway under the Christmas tree this year or not. Sigh.

Well done Jimmy, that little scene will become a family heirloom. Make a storage box for it to keep it safe between Christmas’s.

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Surely that's not a model Jimmy !!

The atmosphere is incredible to say the least.


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That's lovely. The only thing that breaks the realism it the fact that there is a train running and there is snow on the ground.

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