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 Posted: Tue Mar 12th, 2019 07:48 am
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The Wordsworth Fuel platform - no. not going to be used so I  rdered a new Bachmann unit but in the mean time, I have moved one from Tawnton to here & now re-ballasted the new  track.



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modifications in full swing now Ron with a posh new fuel depot aswell ordered

Can you get them in Australia or do you still have to get the bits from the UK Ron?


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Going well, looking forwards to seeing how it progresses :)



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Briperran wrote: modifications in full swing now Ron with a posh new fuel depot aswell ordered

Can you get them in Australia or do you still have to get the bits from the UK Ron?


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Brian,  the Bachmann Scenecraft unit is hard to find in Australia so mine is coming ex Hattons.
When we do find them, they are usually a LOT dearer than from UK as the UK vat is removed
but in Australia, there is a  Importer between manufacturer & retailer to add their bit on plus GST/ VAT.
Postage from Hattons is not much more than postage within Australia



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I would imagine with the 20% vat removed by the time you have paid the postage you end up paying similar to what we do here with the vat included..

They are more cute here if you order anything from a non EU country if the value is over £18 including postage the postman stands at your front door expecting Vat on whatever the amount is plus another £8or 9 for the privilege of robbing you of another 20% for the government.

That £18 has been like that for donkeys years and they have not raised it at all

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The loco track etc has been moved to the other side of the overway bridge which also been modified with the addition of a single arch





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Looking good Sol, like the addition.



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That's a super looking scene Sol - you capture the atmosphere very well.  Love the scrubby weeds between the tracks and he way it gently curves off to the new arch - very realistic.



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Sol wrote: The last station to be built will be Wachit which comes off Tawnton - see the plan on the main D&S thread of  a couple of days ago......

Hi Sol,

the above from Wachit post #1 but having looked thru all your D&S thread headers I can't tell which one you're referring to as the Main one. Can you point me to it or re-post the plan in current form perhaps?

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Colin, attached is the Excel file which has the overall plan, theoretical & each station.

Attachment: D&S Plan V13 .xlsx (Downloaded 4 times)



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Petermac wrote: That's a super looking scene Sol - you capture the atmosphere very well.  Love the scrubby weeds between the tracks and he way it gently curves off to the new arch - very realistic.


Thanks Peter, plenty of detailing work still to be done plus I haven't even started on scenery at the stone works or Tawnton Brewery area yet....



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Stone crusher still be be sceniced properly



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You have been busy Ron.
I do like that bridge and the extension looks completely seamless......Scalescene Ashlar?.....whatever it looks great.

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Yes John,  Scalescenes R011 Random Ashlar   but the new papers printed on a different printer than before so there was a slight colour variation which weathering powders have helped to mix them.



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