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 Posted: Sun Nov 10th, 2013 09:53 am
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Hiya Marty,
                   I've not been posting too much lately because I've actually begun work on a new layout in my daughter's old room.I'm actually running trains on this one!!
 I'll get a thread started on it as soon as I can get around to it,its Great Western and LMS 1930s mainline roundy roundy,and its great having a dedicated room,or man-cave,as I call it!
 I keep looking in to see how all the old gang are doing and keep up to date with whats going on.Its hard to keep track these days with so many new members and layouts,but there are some real crackers on here now.
 Keep an eye out for the new thread mate.

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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 Posted: Mon Nov 11th, 2013 04:58 pm
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Hi John,
Great to see back posting and with a new railway and room to boot.
Model mojo is a damn elusive thing. One moment its all over you then seems to drift away like a puff of smoke.
Maybe some super glue will help us.

regards,

Derek.

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Late than Never.

Here are the pictures I promised you ages ago.

They are pics of the Wheal Liberty Viaduct at Wheal Butson, Nr,Goonbell.

I managed to get myself up and onto the viaduct.

Pic 1. Looking down the viaduct towards Goonbell Halt.


Pic 2. Viaduct Number.


Pic 3. Looking out towards the cottage where my mother lived as a young girl 1935 - 1947.


Pic 4. A closer view of where my mum lived using the zoom lense.


Pic 5. Looking back towards Mithian.

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 Posted: Fri Jan 10th, 2014 01:04 am
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Smashing Manxie!!........And well worth the wait too,lovely pics!!!Thanks mate!

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Did you ever finish your Perranporth Stn layout?

Below are some pics of my 60 year old Triang layout.










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 Posted: Tue Jan 21st, 2014 10:31 am
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Hi Manxie,
                  Perranporth is in a state of hibernation at the mo'.but come the warmer weather.........I';m itching to get back at it.I've neglected it for far too long.Watch this space,as they say....

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs
P.S.Cracking layout by the way.Which one are you in the photos???

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 Posted: Fri Jan 24th, 2014 10:34 pm
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I am the good looking one behind the camera!!

Hurry up and finish your Perranporth layout. before Dr.Beeching makes a re-appearance and ban's you from doing so!!!!

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Just bumping this thread for the benefit of our new member.And I will be adding more to it in the coming months.

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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I thought that new topic would make you stick your head above the parapet John!



Looking forward to to the update.


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Hi everyone


I m a new member, just joined after seeing this thread on Perranporth. I too have been captured by the magic of this line and hope to amass enough information to make a stab at a reasonable model of Perranporth station its self. So a big thank you to all who have contributed to this thread its been such a mine of information!


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