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 Posted: Mon Feb 5th, 2018 10:52 pm
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John you have done a great job on your inglenook layout I have just started to build my inglenook and its great to see your layout pictures as it gives me quite a lot of inspiration and some ideas. :thumbs



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Thank you Kev.

It is great fun to operate and every one who comes to have a go on the shunting really enjoy it. I love operating my Diesels in the dark with their and the lay out lights on.

It has been well worth the time and effort. Time and money well spent.

John :)



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A little more 'planting' on Kingswood today.

Cauliflower, Cabbage and Lettuce all doing well in the Signal Box garden and I have added a few coloured bushes to the general foliage to lift it a little.


















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I'm enjoying reading this thread, John.

Thanks.  :thumbs



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Thank you Max, it is a great to be able to show how the lay out is progressing and getting good feed back, suggestions etc.

John :)



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Kingswood is now running on DCC :)

Arrival of some of the DCC equipment......






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The fitting begins.........












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Some engines were 'hunting' and had to be 'technically' altered (I cut the suppressors off :)) Once again, Aphrodite got bored of the whole thing........










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Hi John,

Well done. I see you went for NCE.

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Thanks Nigel.

Yes it seemed very advance for the cost and every one I spoke to who use it said it is great. :)



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You won't regret going down the DCC route John.

I don't have the NCE system but I understand it's very good. :thumbs



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From one of your earlier posts:

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First off I must say just how good this forum is! In a single day I have had more 'feed back' comments and suggestions than I have had off of the three other forums I have been in for the past three months! It is fantastic!!!!
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I think it due to a couple of things - There aren't as many members on this forum, so we become more of a 'family', and take more interest in other members activities, and secondly the forum is more user friendly than the others - easier to navigate, and much easier to post images, with its own gallery.
Lets hope it lasts, and thanks to Spurno for hosting it. :cheers

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Ex GWR 64xx Pannier 6412 with Auto Coach, arrives and departs Kingswood.




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This video shows all of Kingswood.




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The transformation sound grants to a layout is awesome, isn't it?

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Danielb wrote: The transformation sound grants to a layout is awesome, isn't it?
Oh yes, just a lot!!!!

I only run sound locos now :)



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Hi John,

DCC sound, aaah! IMO always the way to go. Adds another dimension to playing with trains.

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BCDR wrote: Hi John,

DCC sound, aaah! IMO always the way to go. Adds another dimension to playing with trains.

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I agree Nigel :)




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A Spectator At Kingswood Yard.







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Not many people had colour film for their cameras in 1957.........








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