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Turn the sound down - video taken at a show so lots of noise including screaming babies

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Dave - nice find.

Goes to show that you do not need a vast space and complex trackwork to produce something that is really nice.  I found myself using "Pause" loads of time to look at the detail.

Now why was it I am building in 24x16?????????????

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Barry Miltenburg wrote: Dave - nice find.

Goes to show that you do not need a vast space and complex trackwork to produce something that is really nice.  I found myself using "Pause" loads of time to look at the 

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I agree......I think I saw just two turnouts? But the buildings were superb......the detailing....guttering,corbels,garden furniture etc etc quite amazing and thats before mentioning the two big set pieces.

Out of interest is that an actual model of Knaresborough?

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That is, I think, the layout "World End" by Pete Goss, a compressed version of Knaresborough, which unfortunately compressed my brother's house out which should be on the hill between knaresborough castle and the river..The"world's end " is a pub down by the river. 
http://www.petegossrailwaymodelling.co.uk/p157385133

It's a fabulous piece of modelling, as was his previous layout, Rowlands Castle. Which has now gone to Rowlands castle museum http://www.rowlandscastleheritagecentre.org.uk/model-railway/

I've seen both layouts in real life and spoken to Pete, a nice guy..

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I too have seen his "World's End" layout "in the flesh" although I only saw Rowland's Castle in the press.

He really is a remarkable modeller and the research put into World's End is mind boggling.  I know Knaresborough fairly well and the bits he has modelled are pretty accurate - scaled down of course and, as Q said, "compressed".

My only slight comment is that it's all very clean.  Knaresborough never was scruffy but it was, with the exception of those modern "pseudo-Georgian" developments, somewhat weather-beaten.

You'll have guessed I'm a "weathering" man ......................

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Petermac wrote:My only slight comment is that it's all very clean Fair point but under Rule 1, I think we are all allowed a little Rose Tint when it comes to our model Worlds.  After all, for most of us, if the layout were to be depicted as per real life, it would be closed and covered in tarmac!!

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Too true Barry but I'm all for a bit of dirt ................. :roll: :roll:

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Vent stack pipes....mark of modelling based on research.

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Chubber wrote: Vent stack pipes....mark of modelling based on research.

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The Gents urinals at the station, could be smelt sone distance away, I'm not going to be that accurate...

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That's a lovely video, thanks for sharing it here.
If you guys have a look through "Pilentiums" other videos, you will see many more wonderful layouts from all around the world!
There is some very special modelling going on out there.


                 

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