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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 09:18 am
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Whilst just browsing the hidden depths of the Forum, I came across an item that I made a mental note to try myself- now I can't find it! Anyone help please?
What I was looking for was a much modified Scalescenes R002 Small Goods Store, where the underneath had been replaced by a wooden 'structure'. It consisted of a couple of horizontal beams , with short uprights and cross pieces. In a text format it looked like:-

IXIXIXIXI

and was fitted underneath the cardboard kit instead of the brick pillars etc. Most realistic I thought , and it was going to be something for me to try. The Scalescenes kit had a large sign on the end ( black and white) which had been included in the article.
Thanks for the help, and keep up the good work with a superb Forum.

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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 09:52 am
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Have you tried using the "Search" function? Entering one or more words usually brings forth the information sought with a just little patience and research.

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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 10:06 am
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Yes I did , I spent most of last evening tapping words I could remember from the article into the search box, hundreds of them . Typically I had 125-150 topics then to trawl through to try and spot it. Remember each search result could be then be 5-15 pages of content as well. I even tried to use the address bar in Firefox to see which pages I had visited on YourModelRailway , all without success. Frustrating.
   I thought I had saved it to my hard drive by clicking the 'save as PDF' option ( Firefox plugin), only to find that it had saved the Forum front page with the box to enter the login and passord- so much for best laid plans..
Just thought that someone may have noted it , and could still find it, unlike me. From what I remember it was part of a layout that someone was building and describing , and not an article in its own right.
Thank you for the reply.

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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 10:21 am
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Sounds like Doofer country.



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I was looking at Stu's buildings but the one I had in mind doesn't fit the required description.

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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 01:37 pm
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diablo wrote: Just thought that someone may have noted it , and could still find it, unlike me. From what I remember it was part of a layout that someone was building and describing , and not an article in its own right.
Thank you for the reply.

It was, I remember it - on a layout & if I find it, I will post the thread but the owner may pick it up first.

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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 06:11 pm
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Found it...!

http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=4708&forum_id=21&highlight=coal+yard+office

Much Markle layout.
Slightly askew in my thinking that the wooden understructure was one and the same as the Scalescenes R002 card model, It wasn't , my apologies. It just struck me that it 'could be' and that was what I was going to try.
Something to do this evening whilst it pours with rain outside tonight.
Thanks for the help guys, and thanks for so many brilliant ideas in the all the posts- just don't know where to start.....

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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 09:18 pm
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That thread you found - yes good but it was not the one I was thinking of - my thoughts were in a layout thread somewhere back in the past discussing filling in a corner.

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Maybe I am mistaken , because I was conviced that the wooden structure was of the form IXIXIXI and not I/I\I/I\I . I was assuming that old age and failing memory was why it was not quite the item as I thought I remembered it. Thats not detracting from some of the excellent ideas on Much Markle though, which I've now bookmarked. If you do find the site you are thinking of Sol, please post as that just maybe the one I saw.

Thanks a lot for the reply.

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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 10:05 pm
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When I saw your post I went straight to my thread on Much Murkle, thinking it was the shed that Doug had built, saw it was on bricks so didn't reply, sorry :brickwall



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