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 Posted: Sun Nov 16th, 2008 06:51 pm
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liked the vids,very impressive and the use of those small led`s
looked really good.

:cheers:thumbs:thumbs:lol::lol::lol::cool:

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 Posted: Sun Nov 16th, 2008 08:13 pm
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owen69 wrote: liked the vids,very impressive and the use of those small led`s
looked really good.

:cheers:thumbs:thumbs:lol::lol::lol::cool:

And I agree with Owen on this. :doublethumb

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 Posted: Mon Nov 17th, 2008 06:15 am
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Great videos Reg and I love the view through the arch!

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 Posted: Mon Nov 17th, 2008 07:19 am
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Terrific Videos, the sound does make them special.
Didn't know you could get .8mm Leds? Might be just what I need for the lamp on Pentrecourt Halt.
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Absolutely marvellous Reg both video and still shots. Great modelling to surely make this one of the best layouts on the forum. Blossom Hill certainly has blossomed. Looking forward to being in the UK again next March when a closer view of those sound diesels is a must.

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 Posted: Mon Nov 17th, 2008 06:19 pm
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great videos, still like the under arch shot in the last picture

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 Posted: Sat Mar 28th, 2009 06:08 pm
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Today Reg (Sparky) and I were supposed to visit a railway exhibition at Tring, however, for a variety of reasons we did not get beyong Reg's railway room. We had a brilliant day testing locos and we also did some work on the track of Blossom Hill MPD and in developing the next section of track. The layout is not far off from running right around the room.

Whilst testing I took a few pictures of various stock items and I am sure Reg won't mind me posting them on his layout thread:

The first train tested was a new Bachmann Chiltern Railways DMU, which produced a good turn of speed running the long straight through Blossom Hill station:







On loan from the Upton preservation society is this Hornby Duchess:






A number of BR Blue Diesel locos sitting in the approach to the MPD:






A class 24 and 37:






An old Hornby Hymek, sitting in the goods yard headshunt at Blossom Hill:






Another Class 24, this time in green;






A Network South East class 33 express:









Going the other direction a NSE Class 108 DMU:





And finally a shunting thingy. Reg did tell me what it was, but it is a brilliant little machine that runs really well:





Overall a great day, and given the weather was better than going to the exhibition!

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 Posted: Sat Mar 28th, 2009 06:33 pm
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Very nice too. Reg must be well pleased with those photographs.



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 Posted: Sat Mar 28th, 2009 08:02 pm
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nice set of pics ,some lovely stock.
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 Posted: Sat Mar 28th, 2009 09:26 pm
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Thanks for putting those on bob ,and for your company today.:cheers



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Novice, that's just not fair !!  I'd already selected my "Memebers Choice" for next week and now you post those !!!!

Some great looking locos - particularly the first one of the Chiltern DMU - some really tight focussing there :thumbs and I even like those blue ones  - it must be down to the bad head cold I've got just now (in fact, it's extremely severe and almost life-threatening but Liz doesn't understand :roll::roll:)



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It's good to see those photos and a huge :doublethumb for the Trackmobile!
You say it runs well. I'm guessing it's DCC. Mine is DCC equipped but it's not that good on DC.

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Great to see some more photos of Blossom hill Reg thanks for taking them Bob they look really great You two must have had a good playing day did you like Bobs sound Duchess Reg? You can get sound decoders for all those Diesals you have mind you it would cost a lot to put them in all of them.

Have you started the station area yet?

cheers Brian

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Yes it was a great day Brian . Re the duchess sound it was/is very very good . realistic in all modes .i particularly liked the "flank flonk" when it was stationary the coal shovelling too was a nice surprise. The trackmobile b t w is dc or dcc. I have ordered a shunting trolley from chris ,and will show that on here when it turns up .a bit of delivery time on that just now though .



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Excellent!!

Fully deserving of a blue diesel award!

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IMPRESSIVE, Reg! Do your steamers have sound as well? What about the B12?

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Great photos and videos there Bob.  :doublethumb

 

I hope no one else has asked this and I missed it (sorry of I did): what sound is fitted into the class 37? It didn't sound like either the standard Bachmann unit, or the Howes unrefurb one. :question

A nice layout wth lots of atmosphere - I particularly like what you have done with the platofrm buffers and buildings beyond (especially good now it has featured in the heading photo for the month).


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I just had another look at the stills, Sparky.  The detail is impressive!



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Just caught up on here Reg.  A lovely lot of rolling stock on there mate, very nice indeed.

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Come on Reg you old devil im sure your holding back on some more great photos of Blossom Hill which we would all love to see:lol::lol:

cheers Brian

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