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Brilliant Jeff, i think a rusted old push bike or pram that has been chucked over the edge would look great:doublethumb

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Brilliant Jeff, i reckon that looks the bizz mate, sheer brillance

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 Call me thick Owen but i don't get that :???::???:
Jeff used" rubberised " horse hair Kevr, :thud:mutley:lol::lol::cool:

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Kevr wrote:  

 Call me thick Owen but i don't get that :???::???:


Whatever turns you on Kev and only seeing that you insist: :shock::shock:

 

"You're thick" !!!   :cheers:cheers:cheers:cheers

 



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 Thanks Petermac :brickwall :brickwall :brickwall



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:cool wink:cool wink:cool wink:cheers:cheers:cheers:pedal



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Yes very nice Jeff.  That looks great.



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Working fine here Jeff

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I can see both photos with no problems at all Jeff.

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Wow three trains in one small platform. Are you going to tell us where this is taken Jeff?

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The stairs turned out well jeff, also love those old b&w piccys ,that one has lots of charm . :lol:



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Fantastic steps Jeff and, as ever, the attention to detail is magnificent. The brambles / vines growing around the supports and up the wall are very realistic.

Having said that, the second photo just takes the biscuit - it's amazing - are you sure it's a model !! :shock::shock::shock::lol::lol::lol::lol:

Seriously, that's a superb shot although I guess the guy responsible for planning the timetable may have some explaining to do or maybe the railcar has broken down.



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Gwent Rail wrote:  Little Mill Junction (which is the next model Newport Model Railway Club are going to build).


I seem to remember seeing some pictures of LMJ somewhere recently but I cannot remember where - it may have been in a recent GWR Journal.

Anyway thanks Jeff, it's always good to know where these shots are taken.

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Has your club ever thought about building a large layout Jeff !!!! :shock::shock::shock::shock:

45ft and 42' x 12' - I presume they have some fairly large halls or is the exhibition just for NMRC ? :roll::roll:

 



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Don't see any youngsters there Jeff. Does the club encourage them?



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Yes Bob, amongst our members are a 1st year university student and two teenagers. We have another two "country members" in their late teens who turn up to help with show prep and exhibiting sometimes, but there are no regular club night juniors. Perhaps it's because we don't open untill 7.30pm and go on late (sometimes midnight) but more likely because we have no OO gauge activity.

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