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 Posted: Fri Aug 27th, 2010 01:05 pm
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This is going to be Arnold Lane Garage, Work on the Station over the weekend based on Ealing Common or Morden.

The creative juices are flowing

 

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 Posted: Fri Aug 27th, 2010 01:16 pm
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A bit of Kit bashing over the weekend....................................sounds like fun

Looking forward to seeing the work in progress.

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 Posted: Fri Aug 27th, 2010 01:28 pm
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The nearly complete garage with a few buses just for effect

 

The creative juices are flowing

 

 

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 Posted: Fri Aug 27th, 2010 01:30 pm
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So come on what changes are you going to make

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 Posted: Fri Aug 27th, 2010 09:09 pm
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Nothing like a bit of suspense:cool:



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I see you managed to get a thread sorted ok and with pics too !! :lol: Like that bus depot I think that it will make a great back drop to the new layout. I still need to come up with a name for the corner section that I will be building that will eventualy link Arnold Lane with Potters Lane.

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How about Pothold Lane for the corner section name ?  :mutley



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Curiousity from me, Nsegaz. Who made that bus depot kit? (Or did you?!)



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 Posted: Sat Aug 28th, 2010 04:33 am
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The kit is one from Kingsway models

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 Posted: Sat Aug 28th, 2010 07:13 am
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Looks great.You've done a really nice job on it.There's a lot of people on this forum that are into buses.My Uncle Keith is absolutely nuts on buses and collects those diecast models...he'd love that bus station! (I might build him one as a Christmas pressie.....How much was the kit??)
  By the way....we are going to see some trains soon,aren't we???:twisted::lol::lol::lol:

Cheers,John.B:thumbs

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we are going to see some trains soon,aren't we???:twisted::lol::lol::lol:


 

Only if you like red, white and blue !! :lol:

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The kit is about £17

Easy to make

They do loads of garages

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Busy with Arnold lane station at the mo:hmm


Then on with the loco fleet

 

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87 101 wrote: we are going to see some trains soon,aren't we???:twisted::lol::lol::lol:


 

Only if you like red, white and blue !! :lol:


Red, white and blue that sounds promising :cool:

Hi nsegaz i will be following your progress with anticipation, i must say top work so far :thumbs Dave 87 101 has mentioned a lot about your rolling stock to me and i like what i am hearing.

Keep up the good work

Fellow NSE nutter, Darren NSE DAZ

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Supprised that you didn't scan my sketch ! Looking forward to an 'extended' tea break when you get back from your hols. :thumbs

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So, how is the work going then as it's a been a long time since we heard from you.



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Never mind that Robert..........what's happened to your penguin??
Has he gone on his holidays?
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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Nah, he fell out with Sol. Something about a mouse and the jitters.



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Put him back, Bob.  I'll talk to Sol for you.  :mutley

Maybe Justine took him when she left . . .  :cool:



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