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 Posted: Tue Aug 12th, 2008 04:25 pm
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Tuesday 12th August

I have started a thread here so that we can all see how it can be used.

I suggest that each thread owner starts a post which is in a new day with a date, as I have done above. Then we will be able to see where we are.

I'll start the actual content later, as soon as I get a few photos together.

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 Posted: Tue Aug 12th, 2008 05:26 pm
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I envisage this being something like a diary then Jeff.



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Robert wrote: I envisage this being something like a diary then Jeff.

I would say that it will be rather like an "occasional diary", Bob. lots of bits and pieces, some only one post topics, but reflecting some of the day to day little jobs we all do. kept in one thread, it will not clutter up other sections with a myriad little odds and ends, but might be of some benefit.

Should any of the jobs become significant in size, they can be copied to a relevant section. When I start the steelworks I,ve alreeady posted about, I will, of course, use the scratchbuilding thread and my "On the workbench" thread will remain inactive for a while.

That's why I suggested we post the date at the start of any new day we post. 

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Ooooh - I like it a lot !! ;-)

Surely this isn't just one days work ? :shock::shock::shock:



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Good idea Jeff it should look good when it is finished



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No, Petermac, I've just posted a catch-up to start this thread..

The planning was actually done in the club and the build so far has been spread over an hour or two in the club and Monday & Tuesday at home. 

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I like it Jeff, any chance on a how to with those steps. I have attempted one's before they where naff.
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Love it Jeff, especially the way the bricks are clean where the mound has been removed - just like the real thing would be!

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Christrerise wrote: Love it Jeff, especially the way the bricks are clean where the mound has been removed - just like the real thing would be!
Ah, well that's another matter!! They'll be painted over before the steps are fitted and then mostly covered by the new mound, then they'll look quite old, just like the real thing would be (according to our story, the canal was culverted and the road  bridge and steps built in the 1950's). ;-);-)

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Jeff that looks brilliant already!!

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Looks great Jeff, having now re read the thread i know how the steps are done, so sorry for asking how earlier :oops:, teach me to read it properly next time.

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A bit done? It is looking great Jeff!

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looks good Jeff. as you go can you tell us how you colour and weathe rthe metal parts. this is one thing i can't get right.

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they are looking good Jeff :smile:



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Wow Jeff - that's some staircase !!

Don't ever appologise for long explanatory posts - we just love 'em. That's how we learn !!



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