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 Posted: Mon Aug 3rd, 2015 11:10 pm
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Hi Reg

Only had to go one post back :roll:

Which model of signal was it ?

As someone has already mentioned looks like a short.

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Hi Paul, just caught up , the signal was a train teck signal belongabob , it worked ok on Bobs (novice )layout slid in to the track ,picking up juice and address from there . With a Prodigy i should add.  On my layout we just got white smoke:roll:



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Hi Reg

Was the track powered up when you inserted the signal, just wondering if it may have shorted as it was inserted.

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 Posted: Sat Aug 15th, 2015 01:56 pm
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To be honest Paul i just connected it temporary to the bus as a try out, thinking it was the same as hooking the signal through the track . As i say it was to try out at that time.:cry:



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There is a photo of the Metcalf station covered with Scalescenes paper , together with the u shaped umbrella struts as guttering .
It has since been improved ,as i seem to have found myself going towards NSE livery so some changes were made .  I will try to get some up to date pics on showing a bit more work to the canal area .



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Should have said its on Blossom Hill post 131.



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I found out this morning that plastic weld and liquid flux are both in the same size ,shape colour bottle .Struggled to solder some droppers on for a while.   Doh.  Good job you lot were not watching. :oops: :oops:



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I paid a short visit to Blossom Hill the other day and Reg updated me on progress to date. He has been working on a vinyard and wine processing area. His desk was covered in micro grape vines awaiting their foliage!

In another part of the layout Reg has expanded his fiddleyard to accept more longer trains (the area to the left of the picture):



He has also continued to detail the station area - an overview:



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More detail around the station building and entrance, although the road has still to be laid:




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Looking forward to seeing the completed vinyard!

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 Hiya Reg Thats the Images in the early pages of Blossom hill restored, the later posts all seem fine ( Guys please let me know if any aren't displaying right, I've checked em in Chrome, Opera, Firefox and Safari on both Pc and Tablet)

A couple of things for you to look at :-


Post 17. . . 5 Videos hosted via Photobucket I can't get to. . . do you have copies on your PC that you can re host somewhere else ?


Post 99. . . 2 video Links Posted by Bob K. . . again via Photobucket (As Novice) That I cant get to. . . Bob ? could you re do them via Youtube etc ?


Oh and Finally   A really dodgy Picture in post 122. . .  no Idea who let THAT be posted ?     :mutley


Hope you have a great, and productive new year and I look forward to some progress updates on this thread :thumbs




Cheers    Matt                                                                                               āœ”      Barchester

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Another super photo Rescue Matt.
Great effort.

... and the dodgy photo is a beauty!! :thumbs



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Thank you Mat  great news.



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Bob is coming over on Sunday ,we are going to the chiltern area show at Stevenage . I will ask him to take  photo of Blossom hills Vinyard,  Bob calls it a wine mine  you will see why if he takes the shots.



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Looking forward to the update Reg, always something interesting going on at Blossom Hill... and Iā€™m intrigued by the wine mine!



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Post 99. . . 2 video Links Posted by Bob K. . . again via Photobucket (As Novice) That I cant get to. . . Bob ? could you re do them via Youtube etc 


Hi Marty
I cannot retrieve the videos from Photobucket and not sure that I still have the originals. My laptop was stolen a few years back and I lost a great deal of imagery.

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Hi Bob it was myself (Matt) who posted about the missing videos. No problem if you can't access them anymore, it was just on the off chance you still had copies 
Cheers

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I just wanted to thank Reg for his advice to have a look at Blossom Hill.  This space shares a surprising number of similarities with my own and I have already identified some interesting ideas to have a go at.  I particularly like his suspension bridge over the staircase, which should help to ensure that nothing goes for a trip down the stairs but, unfortunately in my case the lines have now been laid across the staircase so I am left with the job of making the run secure with walls and fencing.

There are other very interesting ideas though!!

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