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 Posted: Thu Oct 15th, 2009 03:13 pm
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Hi everyone, just thought I'd show you the shed I've just finished for our club BR blue DCC exhibition layout.


:cool wink Nigel.

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 Posted: Thu Oct 15th, 2009 03:29 pm
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I can see the Wills Sheets at the base - what's the corrugated, please Nigel.

There seems to be an epidemic of shed building at the moment!
Very nice indeed.



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 Posted: Thu Oct 15th, 2009 03:39 pm
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That's a great looking model Nigel and I particularly like the weathering, not too heavy, just right.



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:hi, it's Evergreen metal siding sheet, and I've used Johnson Klear for the window bars, the vents are from Unit Models. Nigel.

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Really really nice Nigel

What have you used for the roll up doors, are they printed sheets ?

Also which club
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Beautiful model Nigel how long is it, I presume it's 00:thumbs



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if its for DCC i woudl think it is 00 because its less like to have DCC in N (can you even get DCC in N?

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Like the shed mate, nice build.

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Nigel a very nicely done shed

Now you do realise you are wasting it on blue diesals some nice two tone green or plain green would suit it better:lol:

cheers Brian

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Hi everyone, thanks for your kind comments, the roller doors are Slaters 1mm spacing planking painted with yellow and black chevrons. It is OO and measures 18" long, our club is Redruth Model Railway Club. Nigel.:thumbs

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Does the club have a web site? If so I'll put it into the Barchester list of clubs.



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Hi, yes thanks it does with details of our exhibition if you click the bottom picture:-

http://www.rmrc.pages.qpg.com

thanks again Nigel.

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Nice Nigel!  Now let's see the BR Blue locos to go in it!

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Tick, VG - elephant stamp!



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tbos wrote: if its for DCC i woudl think it is 00 because its less like to have DCC in N (can you even get DCC in N?

Tom, DCC has been with N scale for many years now especially in Europe, USA & Australia.

 

Nigel, the shed is VG indeed.

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It's a ripper!

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Nigel

Is the shed for a new part of the layout ?

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Hi, no it's a brand new layout, under construction 'Tangye Road TMD'.

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Any more images of the layout Nigel, or is it still in the planning stage, cause the last layout was very good, very long, but very good.

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Hi, at the moment the tracks all in place, we're fitting the point motors and wiring it up at at the moment. I'll post some photos when it's further on.Nigel.:thumbs   

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