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Here's another selection of pics. of a project just completed for an extension to someone's layout.

I forgot to put the yellow pencil in for size comparison but it's N gauge.















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Thanks, Max.

Peculiar conversation in the Post Office:
'What is the value of the parcel?'
'Say £100'
'That will be £12 extra for Insurance'
'But I'm already paying over £8 for Recorded Delivery'
'That isn't tracked'
'How do you know it's arrived then?'
'If you post it Express it is guaranteed to get there in 4 days'
'I'm paying for First Class - I expect it to arrive tomorrow'
'Did you want Insurance?'
'No. You seem to have no confidence in your service - you could lose one in five parcels and still make a profit'.

... and so on.
Where do they get these people?



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Yoiks Peter. That was as good as a game of chess, matching each picture to it's position in the overhead shot and as usual the fun is in the detail. Very detailed and enjoyable viewing. I bet the new owner was thrilled

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Thanks, Don.
It's in the grasping hands of the Post Office.



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Now thats some detail u managed there Pete, lovely pics as well.

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I still have difficulty believing that it's N gauge in some of those pictures Pete. I can't remember if you have told us before vut do you take your own photographs and what camera do you use. The depth of field is great.



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It's the new Canon camcorder, Bob.
It's OK for 'stills' too.
Those were taken on Auto because I was in a rush so I can't take credit for the depth of field.

It will focus down to 5mm too - I can't think of what I would be taking pictures at that distance.
(keep it clean chaps).



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MaxSouthOz wrote: Excellent, Pete.  :thumbs
Woteesed in triplicate.  VBG indeed :doublethumb

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Just the sort of run-of-the-mill stuff we have come to expect from you DD.;-)

 

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Excellent modelling in any gauge DD, but "N", just amazing.

Losten Foundry eh: :lol:

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Sol wrote: MaxSouthOz wrote: Excellent, Pete.  :thumbs
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Do you mind if I use some of your pictures for jigsaws DD?



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Of course not, Bob.
In future I'll try and take a couple with that in mind.

Thanks for the kind remarks, all.



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