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Congratulations, Sol.   :cheers

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Nice to see one of the earliest and longest featured layouts on this forum on the header page again. Well done Al and Sol.
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Hi Sol Congratulations Home Page picture of the week. WoW twice in one year. Well done.
D&S Layout very nice, I like your re build plan, s. New ideas always welcome.

Had you found place for Mill Wear House, Last model build.

Up Date plus pic, s please.

Best of Luck From South Wales U.K.

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Noviceman., thanks.

 I haven't built the Mill warehouse - I was just advising all of the new release - I have no room for it....



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Hi Ron.   The "Fun" with code 83 and code 100, was that "Tongue in Cheek"? And did you have to use a file??All the best. Kevin



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Ron.   The "Fun" with code 83 and code 100, was that "Tongue in Cheek"? And did you have to use a file??All the best. Kevin



Solder a code 100 metal fishplate to code 100 rail for 50% of the fishplate length, flatten the other 50% & solder the code 75/83 rail to this flattened piece of fishplate ( with the inside edges of both code 75 & 100 in alignment.)
A  file just to touch the top surface up.



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Hi Ron.  Thank you, I may try that? one day.    Kevin



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Had you found place for Mill Wear House, Last model build.



Best of Luck From South Wales U.K.

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Noviceman, there is a N scale version on this post
http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=15110&forum_id=21&jump_to=273256#p273028



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Finally got the Dapol signal gantry almost finished - just the railing to install but it lights up now



this one shows all the wires but they are very hard to see normally.



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Hi Ron.    Well done, there aren't enough model railway layouts with working signals.  All the best. Kevin



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There is planned to do some "drastic" track changes

this is basic as of now



planned & with signals & interlocking, crashes at the diamonds should be few & far...(hopefully)


as I have a NMRA meeting at my place May 11, after that is when I start the track changes ( existing scenery removal can start now... )



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Wow - that's major works Sol.

Looking forward to it.  Presumably all the main buildings will remain as now ....................... :hmm




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Hi Ron. Thank you again. Now if I had the space, and my own property? The “ World would be??? “Best wishes Kevin 



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Petermac wrote: Wow - that's major works Sol.

Looking forward to it.  Presumably all the main buildings will remain as now ....................... :hmm



I think minor changes at Watchit - I think.....



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Hope it doesn't turn into, well now I've done that bit. I could do this bit, and then there's ................................... :mutley


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That’s a serious addition of running line Sol! Looking forward to watching the track crew at work.



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After having some serious e-mail discussions with a couple of the crew, while there will be some changes, not quite as drastic as I initially thought/planned



As I have turnouts interlocked currently between Devan & Bruton Jns, I can interlock the turnouts at XXXX  & YYYY,      star to star

so while the purple track gets used for two different routes, this means a lot less work than having so many diamonds and 3 tracks across the liftup which I must admit I was not sure how to do it without completly ruining  Devan Junction .



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and this is Devan Junction and it would have been a real pain to follow the initial thoughts keeping some trackage in situ, before the crew out their ideas forward .




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It must be great to have such a democratic operation Ron. I wish I had someone to suggest a contra view when I embark on some of my less realistic improvements!
Good luck with version II



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