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 Posted: Mon Apr 18th, 2011 09:28 pm
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:hi John super layout im an'n' gauger building a real location on the NLL progress is slow but detail is important again super:doublethumb

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 Posted: Tue Apr 19th, 2011 09:32 pm
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BROADTRAIN1979 wrote: :hi John super layout im an'n' gauger building a real location on the NLL progress is slow but detail is important again super:doublethumb
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Well here is the first photo of the 153 I've been having a real first go at spraying. Second coat of blue gone on today, doors to go to magenta tomorrow and then the roof and finally the weathering.  I know that I haven't perfected the fading to a lighter blue at the top, but then neither have horby or bachman...personally I don't think that the colour is correct anyway,  heyho at a distance you will never know and at least i'll have my very own version of a FGW local lines on the layout until one of the main companies release them !!!





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Thats a good FGW blue John.



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 Posted: Sat May 14th, 2011 11:42 am
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winterbourne wrote: Thats a good FGW blue John.

No :cry: The photo does it justice ! Its really, really purple.  However, I have hope that bachmann might release a 150/1 soon as just seen 150128 up close.  One blue all over with no fading and no local lines, FANTASTIC !:doublethumb

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Couldn't resist getting a picture on here - not finished and without the windows.........





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Looking good

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Goodbye to Bodriggy Bridge (the Model), ….yeah I think so. Bodriggy just isn’t happening:brickwall. I’m not ashamed of it, it has been a huge learning curve, scenery etc. for me to carry on to the next layout.  However it’s not goodbye from me on here though, it’s the beginning of Long Rock TMD (well as close as), and I’m going to bring you as many photos as possible. Here we go, lets get smashing up.  ( I NEED HELP......IN LIFE !)



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You will know best if it's the right decision.
Look forward to the pics.



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A TERMINAL decision - Ha Ha, oh well. The main benefit of an end of the line layout is the trains stay in view for longer. With the continous run & hidden sidings the trains stay just that - HIDDEN.



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Well, first go at spraying and not too bad, few lessons learnt, but from a distance i'm very pleased with it.







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Pretty good, John.  :thumbs



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Looking proper so far.  The 153 looks better with windows fitted (leave the open-top look for the St Ives - Lands End bus!) and the vegetation is growing nicely.  A good job made of the little bridge kit as well.

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Looks great mate - well done



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Summer Saturday traffic sees XC's 43285 pushing the 16.25 Penzance - Leeds out of Bodriggy Bridge

 





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Well, I've waited for this unit for a long time and it's finally arrived
. Technically I don’t think one has ever run down ‘eer in our neck of the woods, but it is a must even if temporary for me until someone creates a RHTT wagon.


 Out of the box, all of the equipment boxes on the wagon beds are loose and some boxes took a little persuasion to get into the locator holes, a little frustrating, maybe ? 

  That aside, runs lovely and really looks the part......Awaiting line clearance....





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An MPV has recently reached all parts of the South West as the weedkiller ran in early Summer.



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I've been busy installing the lighting kit in to the 4 car voyager. I forgot what a heller it is to cut a 3mm lens to fit into the light cluster. Lost one but managed to cut a second and make it look something like it.  A quick photo of the two passing at Bodriggy Parkway.

 


 



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A good job on those Voyagers, looking great.
That's a nice photo of the Network rail train.

Keep up the good work and updates

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