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 Posted: Fri Jan 18th, 2019 06:23 pm
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After a period of non modelling activity, this evening looked at the still (almost) bare baseboards and Toft End (maybe now just a working title!) and decided to back date it from the 1920's to the period from 1905ish to the Great War, and has become a private industrial line serving various industries relevant to the North Staffordshire area. After all I need somewhere authentic to run my posse of Hornby Peckett W4s and the already pre-ordered B2 as well as the various kit build industrial 'on shed'. Will keep you all updated with progress on the project as and when! 

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Excellent!  Looking forward to it.....

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Sounds interesting but I fear there will be much scratchbuilding in the future - not much in the RTR range for that era.

Keep us up to speed on it please.



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Yes, should be interesting enough to keep me occupied for a while! Agree not to many rtr locos available, luckily I already have a dozen or so suitable kits in various stages of construction, plus a couple of items that could be converted to a suitably looking 'in house' build! Could be an issue sourcing the wagons for some of my preferred industries! Any way time will tell and I will keep you posted on progress!

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