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 Posted: Tue Nov 13th, 2007 12:34 am
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:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: A real horror, Bob. :!: :!: :!:

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 Posted: Tue Nov 13th, 2007 03:26 pm
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The garden and railings to the front of the house are now in place. The house will go onto the layout once work starts on the factory complex:




A view of the original for comparison:




See the Upton to Dunton thread under personal layouts for details of the house occupants :)

On to the next project :!:

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 Posted: Tue Nov 13th, 2007 06:57 pm
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THAT LOOKS GREAT 8)

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 Posted: Tue Nov 13th, 2007 08:48 pm
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A fabulous result! I wish I could work at that speed. :?

The railings set the house off beautifully - they could have been designed for it.

Great stuff. Looking forward to more. :D

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A brilliant result there and i hope one day i too coud build one to this standard
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phill wrote:A brilliant result there and i hope one day i too coud build one to this standard
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If I can do it anyone can. Once you have worked out what needs to be done, with a little time and patience, it tends to be straight forward - give it a go.

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A superb result, Bob :!: :!:

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Perry wrote:
The railings set the house off beautifully - they could have been designed for it.


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The railings are made from Ratio spear fencing. I cut off the bottom section to reduce height, then I removed every other spear point to reflect the original. The gate I manufactured from fence parts, adding the latch etc.

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Very effective it is too Bob. Nice use of standard manufacturers parts.



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Superb Bob, I really don't know how you guys can be so skilled.

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All I can say is "I hope some of this skill rubs off on me"
Great Job Bob :!:

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Excellent end result Bob...well done :)

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Oh yes Bob - what a model - superb and a very good, easy to follow thread - all I need now is the skill !!! :wink:

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