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 Posted: Sat Sep 11th, 2010 02:10 pm
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That picture through the bridge is an absolute cracker of a shot - certainly a  probable contender for a header picture at some time.



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Super layout and super photos John :thumbs

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 Posted: Sat Sep 11th, 2010 04:07 pm
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Thanks for the comments, the loft is 9 meters long so by the time it winds up and back six times and with the curves, I have approx 70 meters of running loop + branch and depot. The station will hold a full 8 car rake HST, Not many platforms in Cornwall will hold a full set but St Erth does. The pictures do it justice, as I said it's very slow progress due the size of it and the fact that I have a nasty habit of going to do the scenery but get distracted with running - much more fun !



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nice layout John, see you are another loft dweller with the dreaded modern trusses,
still you seem to be getting round them ok.

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Some seriously professional looking photos there John.I think you'll be providing us with many a header photo in the years to come!!
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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Beautiful layout John I'm really enjoying the shots of it:thumbs



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Now that is a nice layout and some great pictures.

What scale is it?

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beejack wrote: Now that is a nice layout and some great pictures.

What scale is it?

It's OO - I seriously thought about selling it and going with N, but that would just be silly !!!!!



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I'm hoping that track plan is a schematic! :mutley:mutley:mutley Just kidding! John, those curves represented as triangular sections (bottom left, top right;) What radius are they?

Keep those photos coming:thumbs

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Hi mate - getting comfortable? And I see some "header of the week" nominations too..... Good work fella.



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Hi John,
Top Layout from what I can see.
I am at the moment building a modern layout like your.
I will be putting some pic's up tonight hopefully.
I have a fgw HST also, Very happy with her.

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winterbourne wrote: Hi mate - getting comfortable? And I see some "header of the week" nominations too..... Good work fell
 

Getting there slowly ! Can't get over the compliments, well chuffed !... or are you all very polite to the new kids on here ?:hmm



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HAMMERSMITH CENTRAL wrote: Hi John,
Top Layout from what I can see.
I am at the moment building a modern layout like your.
I will be putting some pic's up tonight hopefully.
I have a fgw HST also, Very happy with her.

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Hi matey, Love looking at modern current stuff, so looking forward to the pics, the more HST's and units the better !

 

 

 



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Bodriggy Street wrote:............................................... or are you all very polite to the new kids on here ?:hmm

Got it in one John. :cheers:cheers:mutley:mutley:mutley



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We're only rude to the old ...  :pedal:pedal

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rector wrote: We're only rude to the old ...  :pedal:pedal
That's two things I've got to look forward to then..............................:roll::roll::roll:



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rector wrote: I'm hoping that track plan is a schematic! :mutley:mutley:mutley Just kidding! John, those curves represented as triangular sections (bottom left, top right;) What radius are they?

Keep those photos coming:thumbs

 

I make it up as I go along ....! They are slower than fourth but as they are made up of flexi track it varies.  That part is supposedly back stage so I wasnt that fussy over what they looked like as long as the trains would go around it. Hope that helps.



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Now that the reverse loop problem is sorted can anyone point me in the right direction of the best thread to follow on here relating to computer control, sectioning and signaling control please. Watching McKinley on youtube looks good R&R and digitrax, but are there more up to date and easier systems



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