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 Posted: Sun Apr 12th, 2009 03:26 pm
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Dont forget the video as well Brian, thats a must have now we know he can do them :thumbs

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 Posted: Sun Apr 12th, 2009 09:57 pm
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To be honest lads ,its a long way off being completed ,you have probably seen just about what is worth seeing at the moment. i could take pictures of the whole room and baseboards with a bit of track planning going on .but it will not be that interesting . .see what i can do tomorrow to add something.



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Me again, Reg! Do your steamers have sound? If so, how did you manage?

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Hi Sergio . I don't have any steamers with sound yet .There is a piccy of a duchess that belongs to novice ,that has sound and is most effective ,with any luck novice may visit me again before his return to the sand, if so i will ask him to bring the duchess and we can film that with the sound going , It is most impressive even the coal shovel and throwing coal on the fire . Iwill ask him if we could do that.



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This is to try the new photo system,





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And what a splendid example to try it with Reg!

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Christrerise wrote: And what a splendid example to try it with Reg!
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You're obviously not well yet Chris - on my computer that loco is green  --  yes, that's G - R - E - E - N

Great photo Reg :thumbs:thumbs:thumbs  Unlike Chris - I love green locos almost as much as black steam ones !!!



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Lovely photo Reg

How about some more now you have got the hang of the new upload:lol::lol:

Actually my favourite diesal colour is the Two tone green i like the blue as well but if pushed i would opt for two tone green.

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Petermac wrote: Christrerise wrote: And what a splendid example to try it with Reg!
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You're obviously not well yet Chris - on my computer that loco is green  --  yes, that's G - R - E - E - N

It was a "splendid" example 'cos it came from Kernow MR Center :mutley:mutley:mutley

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Blue , Green what does it matter, still a good photo :thumbs

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You can't get anything past Mr Rail - he is correct though and this is one of my favourite limiteds that we have done, even if it is green :roll:

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Glad that worked ,I was working under instruction from novice ,but will try some more later tonight without his help .See how it goes .Suppose i had better find some more green loco's :cool wink



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Wow a green Loco at lats. Lovely Loco Reg :thumbs

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Hi Reg, another little gem! Still finding my way round the layouts featured on the home page. Have you published a track plan before or did I miss it? I guess from one of your comments it may be you are designing it as you go along.

Some excellent shots in your posting.

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you are right there are some excellent shots of Blossom hill but we have to keep on the ol devils back to get him to post more im sure there a lot more progress shots Reg can post:lol::lol:

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Well a little progress made on track work.  No plan as such ,but i could post some pics of the layout so far. Novice is coming to visit tomorrow,so since its a bit tidyish just now ,its a good time to take pics of the layout in sections to give an idea . plus couple of how to's , well how i did them anyway .:lol::lol:



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Sir, your public (the membership) awaits the updates that will follow shortly. :thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs

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Heres hopeing with Bob visiting tommorow with his camera the forum bandwidth is stretched to the limit with the amount of photos Reg will be uploading to the gallery:lol::lol:

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Well i for one cant wait for this update, a long time in coming.

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Sorry guys we fitted some chips and were so busy testing ,Bob could not stay long so we never got around to taking the pics, i promise to do some this week end. :oops:



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