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 Posted: Sun Oct 10th, 2010 08:40 pm
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HAMMERSMITH CENTRAL wrote: Some great scratching there John.
Whats next on the list of items to do?

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I'm stuck with what to do next.  There is loads to do, but I just can't make my mind up :hmm.

 

 











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Some great photo's and modern stock :cool: i love the class 159 in the South West Trains livery,and that 57 is superb :thumbs

Keep up the good work and updates

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NSE DAZ wrote: Some great photo's and modern stock :cool: i love the class 159 in the South West Trains livery,and that 57 is superb :thumbs

Keep up the good work and updates

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Yes Darren, am I right in saying that you used to have a SWT 159!!!

Great picture's John, top notch...

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That last shot is a real cracker and worthy of a "Member's Choice" nomination. :thumbs

What's the ballast and weeds around the buffers John ?



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My weathering isn't going quite to plan, however whilst learning and practicing on a new HST.......oooooppppppssssss, this hasn't weathered too bad. could do with knowing someone that is good with weathering tips to tidy up my bodge !






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Hi John, I'll take a look. Trouble is, you have to weather the entire set really, or have a poorly power car splatted with oil.



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Been watching this one unfold over the past few weeks and pages with some interest. The location is set fictitiously but I am very familiar with the real "Bodriggy Street bridge" as it lies at the end of what was once my home street. The main line there however is just two plain tracks near Hayle station.

Some rather good workmanship being displayed here as well as photography and the detail stands up well under the scrutiny of a close-up view.

Looking forward to more.

Proper job my ansum.

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It's rather nice that Hayle "flavours" appear in yours, mine & Johns layout Rick. Lots there to give inspiration, particularly when the wharves were running. ONE day (famous last words) I'm going to do a Hayle Wharves exhibition layout from the black bridge down to the power station.



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For a modest town which is too often overlooked these days Hayle's significance in railway history should not go unmarked. The Hayle Railway was one of the very first and its mortal remains can still be readily traced. The wharves and the steep branch from the current main line must have modelling scope surely. We can only speculate on what the town and its railways might look like now if the Cornish Copper Company and / or Harveys were still with us.

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Hello Rick,
What/who was Harvey's? The Northern start of my Lay-out will be around this area so with a "little bit of ducking and diving" and a lot of advice from the Cornish Branch of the Mafia :roll::lol:, I should be able to model the "harbour" and surrounds. What do you think?
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Start here, Michael, and the story unfolds as you read.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hayle

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Gwiwer wrote:
Been watching this one unfold over the past few weeks and pages with some interest. The location is set fictitiously but I am very familiar with the real "Bodriggy Street bridge" as it lies at the end of what was once my home street. The main line there however is just two plain tracks near Hayle station.

Some rather good workmanship being displayed here as well as photography and the detail stands up well under the scrutiny of a close-up view.

Looking forward to more.

Proper job my ansum.
unfortunately my branch had to come in and around and pass over the bridge, otherwise it would have only had the twin line. I'm working on the bridge area and sea lane end of bod street and will get some pictures on here as it develops. Changing jobs at the mo so things are even slower !:roll:



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Hi John, I'll take a look. Trouble is, you have to weather the entire set really, or have a poorly power car splatted with oil.Next time we have a run, I'll bring it up, between you and mr whoppits spray dribbles I reckon you'll sort it no probs ! :lol:



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It's Whoppit's age - lots of dribbles!!



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I just got caught up with this thread John and your photos look great, keep them coming.
I like the weathering you put on the gantry too, looks very authentic.

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Great Pictures John, Right up my street.

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I assume thats the new auto ballaster recently realeased im sure that going to be very popular with anyone who works with modern image stock

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henryparrot wrote: John

I assume thats the new auto ballaster recently realeased im sure that going to be very popular with anyone who works with modern image stock

Brian

 

Correct Brian, The long awaited auto ballaster with genny unit(which is of fantastic detail, but I can't get close enough to get a decent picture !), just waiting for the normal units now to complete the rake, so hopefully they will be here soon.  Then I have a lot of weathering to do and a lot more scenery to complete to get some new photo positions.




 



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I do like the shot through the trees using blurred foliage as a frame.

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