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 Posted: Sat Sep 24th, 2011 07:20 pm
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One word: Yep!

One day I hope to pay a visit to both..............

Best, Pete.

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 Posted: Tue Sep 27th, 2011 03:14 pm
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I am looking forward to his new layout.  Hopefully we could extend out an invite to Dave to rejoin so he can post some pictures of his work in progress. 

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 Posted: Mon Jun 25th, 2012 04:11 pm
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As a new member, I have just come across this thread. I remember it was in a model magazine a couple of months ago too. I love that grimy atmosphere and wish I could reproduce something like it on my forthcoming layout! It certainly is inspirational and aspirational !



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The Tetleys Mill layout you see in this thread is sadly no more. The layout as such has been completely scrapped and following the completion of Dave's house construction, a whole new layout will emerge. I have seen pics of the baseboards which are well underway, so I wouldn't be surprised to see track work taking shape in the next few months.

A sad end to such an iconic layout but I have no doubt the new one will be even better....

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 Posted: Fri Mar 15th, 2013 03:11 am
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 Posted: Fri Mar 15th, 2013 03:13 am
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I'm not sure what I'm doing here yet, but my absence from YMR has been explained by Gordon, the room above the garages is my new railway room and after checking out whether it makes sense on the post I'll add a couple of other comments of explanation,

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Tremendous place for a layout room, so envious and so looking forward to the story about the new layout.
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It is great that you are back! I am looking forward to your posts.

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Hi Dave,
Good to see you.
That house is worth modelling!



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Great to hear from you Dave. :thumbs:thumbs

I think the house is also "all your own work" ..................:roll:

I'll leave you to explain all you want to, rather than ask questions, concerning the way forward. :cheers



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Looking forward to seeing a new layout develop by a master modeller.



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Dave,

Great to see that your back.  Just loved your old layout.  I heard about things on RM web and I am glad that you have started modeling again.  Looking forward to some pictures of what you have been up.

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Good to see you back here Dave and that is one cracking looking house. I have always been a great admirer of Tetley Mills and I'm really looking forward to seeing the new layout develop.



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Welcome back Dave.  Is that house built from card or styrene sheet? :mutley

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Welcome back from me too, we have missed your updates. Looking forward to new developments.

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Steam OO, scratchbuilt?!

Deep respect.......I'd love to know how it all goes together, wouldn't you?

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Great to revisit this thread.
Lord knows now that Dave is back in action how he can improve on the past masterpiece.
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shunter1 wrote: Great to revisit this thread.
Lord knows now that Dave is back in action how he can improve on the past masterpiece.
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Even a true master can find room for improvement and I reckon that Dave's latest creation will be a very hard act to follow and if you're reading this Dave, I wish all the very best of luck to both you and Mrs Dave!

Cheers.

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It's been about five years since you first posted this shot at Tetley Mills Dave and I only post it here to give some idea to members who may not be familiar with your work of the kind of thing we can look forward to. Here is a link to that layout for those who may have missed it.

  http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=4867&forum_id=21&highlight=Tetley+Mills






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Thanks Bob for posting the photo and the link to Dave's layout etc. By the way good to see you back on here too Bob! 



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