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 Posted: Sun Mar 3rd, 2019 06:44 pm
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This week I have been mostly making a access track for Farmer Jack... 




Using various products from the Woodland Scenics Fields materials, I built up the access track using some photos of real tracks as reference. While an old non-working Lima HST sits over the occupational bridge.





Found an old "silver" gate which temporary sits at the access to one of the fields until I can get my hands on something a little better.  Need to make some footpath directional signs to point people in the right direction once they leave the footbridge.





As always comments and suggestions are always welcome. 



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Hi Chris.  There is one rail line that I have travelled on either west Coast or east coast? There is a cattle crossing built over the track. Maybe too new for Teasel Bay. Best wishes Kevin 



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The scene looks really good

Re the gate matchsticks are a good medium for making farm gates.


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A cattle grid would be an interesting thing to try and model Kevin! I’ll put in some thought!
Thanks for the idea of the match sticks Brian. I may give it a go!  I've started work on the field this evening, my plan is to make it seasonal so I can change the look throughout the year. 



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That is a super farm track, and I love the tractor!  You are creating lovely scenes - I really like your signal box too!  You have a knack for creating understated, realistic scenes.  I must try to do that too

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Hi Chris you got me there? Cattle grid??? Who mentioned that? I said Bridge. Where most farms and farmers have a tunnel where a rail line cuts through their land, a bridge is a lot different.    Best wishes Kevin 



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Great looking track Chris.   The fallen tree is a nice touch.  :thumbs



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Just caught up with Teasel Bay Chris... like where your going so far, the farmers lane is particularly good.
Looks like you're having fun programming the lights too...

keep it coming.






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Thank you for all the positive comments. 


The tractor is one of Oxford’s and I was surprised at how cheap it was... £6 I think. I just need to get a farmer to drive it.


Sorry Kevin, I read what I wanted to read. I saw the word Cattle, all livestock movements will be down the track and under the occupational bridge. I don’t have space for a livestock bridge unfortunately!


Most of the time I’m having fun, Haha, tonight I had to stop as everything I tried to glue down decided it wanted to stick to the tweezers or fall over and I was getting exponentially annoyed!



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Just realised its Teasel Bay's 2nd birthday today! Here are three images from the first cut, building up the terrain and a current view! Really enjoying it and glad I took a punt at returning to the hobby!





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Happy Birthday Teasel Bay!   :cheers

Lovely to see how it has developed

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Happy Birthday Teasel Bay.



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Hi Chris.   Have you got celebrations planned? With a Christmas like lights planned?  Best wishes Kevin 



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I didn't but great idea Kevin... I'm on it!....



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Sorry Kevin, no birthday music yet but I have created two videos which you might enjoy:

Train spotting from the footbridge at Teasel Bay station (The DMU driver was fired shortly after due to complaints by passengers by the sudden stop!)




... and from the platform








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Very nice running footage.
And I think sudden stops are going to be the curse of railway modelling til the end of time



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Hi Chris. Thank you very much. I had a “ sudden stop “ like that, short of the footbridge when an alert signalman returned a signal to danger after noticing some little oiks dangling something from a footbridge. But sudden harsh decisions don’t happen in the 21 st century, thank God. Anyway I don’t have anything to do with work now.Best wishes Kevin 



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Great to see the trains running - excellent!

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Farmer Jack has been busy preparing for spring. 













Having fun as always!







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Farmer Jack's been a busy man! Good on him.



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