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 Posted: Sun Oct 4th, 2009 06:51 pm
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 Posted: Sun Oct 4th, 2009 07:17 pm
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Very interesting, Bryan.
I like the emphasis on 'making do'.
Good and very neat work.

I see the street cleaner has lost the head of his broom.

I might have been tempted to spray the large forms with silver and then weather down.



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 Posted: Sun Oct 4th, 2009 07:25 pm
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Great to see a neglected building brought back to life Bryan Many im sure end up in the dustbin.

Did you make up those skips yourself?

I like the rolls of barbwire what did you make them with?

cheers Brian

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 Posted: Sun Oct 4th, 2009 07:59 pm
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 Posted: Sun Oct 4th, 2009 08:06 pm
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A more than interesting project, Bryan, with the added bonus of cheapness. I really like the idea and will use something simular on my layout, where I could use some old Metcalf buildings that I salvaged from my last layout.

Just one point for reference   ...   over the last 6 months or so, we have established a standard picture width of 800 in order to avoid scrolling for members (like me) who only have a 17" screen. I would be grateful if all of our newer members would take note of this and re-size any larger images that they may have posted.

Using  our own gallery removes the need for this re-sizing, as it's automatically done by the software.

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 Posted: Mon Oct 5th, 2009 07:35 am
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Clever use of old buildings etc, is this going to be part of the layout, or is it a stand alone diorama.

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That is super Bryan :doublethumb

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Do you any photos of the other diorama's, because it would be good to look at them also. :thumbs

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I like this alot. Will you be putting in a track or not?

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