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 Posted: Sun Sep 8th, 2019 08:49 pm
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Sorry but here is another post on my new Class 156. It’s an amazing model. Is anyone enjoying these posts?

First run at Teasel Bay



Departing Teasel Bay station



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Hi Chris.  Thank you. Moving Pictures. Excellent, I could watch train videos all day, either full size trains or models, it don’t matter to me.  Best wishes Kevin 



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very nice Chris



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I enjoyed you videos. Well done

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Just needs the doors to open :lol:


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Ed wrote: Just needs the doors to open :lol:


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Indeed. With the extending pantograph on the Bachman’s Class 90, we might not be far off a working example?



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Hi Chris and Ed.  My favourite part of the class 90 is being able to switch off the tail lights , when there is a train following. As for unclipping the pantograph before operating the servo, I can see “ tears before bedtime.Best wishes Kevin 



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Can you guess what it is yet? Answers on a post card, if you get it right you can go treat yourself to some chocolate! Lol



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It's a spline - or it's going to be one ................................. :roll: :roll:

Can I have the chocolate please ?  :cheers



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Hi Chris.   Something to do with a Rolf Harris art project. Best wishes Kevin 



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Chris.   Something to do with a Rolf Harris art project. Best wishes Kevin 
I'm not sure many people would be interested in Rolf Harris's next art project.....



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TeaselBay wrote:

Can you guess what it is yet?

That's probably Harris' most well known quote, as Kevin correctly spotted :hmm

Assuming it's not a backdrop support, I fancy something's going to be hiding behind (or is it in front?). I must watch the GMRC for ideas.

Can I have first lick of Peter's chocolate?

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It wasn't intentionally his quote! 





It is the new section which starts Teasel Bay's "bay". So chocolates all round! haha!


The supports convincing the mdf to follow the gentle curve. Sand dunes will fill the rear of the scene under the footbridge giving way to a sea wall under the station. Teasel Bay will finally have a seaside!  :Happy :Happy :Happy





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Oh goody, we're all going on a summer holiday, so ice creams all round (Oxford do the vans), with a chocolate flake of course!

A great addition to Teasel Bay Chris and with plenty of scope for some cameos.

Have fun,

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Can I have first lick of Peter's chocolate?

Bill

You leave my chocolates out of this !! :Red Card :cheers



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Hi Chris.  Very similar to Dawlish Warren then? And not summer Bay, after all. Best wishes Kevin 



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Chris.  Very similar to Dawlish Warren then? And not summer Bay, after all. Best wishes Kevin 
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It is inspired from a few places and nothing is set in stone yet.  I plan to have a few cameo's Bill, maybe a winter/summer version of the bay.... My head is full of ideas, just have to see where they take me!



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Hi Chris

One of the German manufacturers do figures suitable for naturists beach.

Just saying............... :cool wink

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Nope never seen them..... :It's a no no:cool wink



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Hi Barry and Chris when I traveled through Central Europe, not much wind, I espied a number of bright red lobsters sun bathing in such a situation. Best wishes Kevin 



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