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 Posted: Sat Nov 20th, 2010 02:12 pm
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Anybody seen the excellent looking inspection pits???. the latest from John, only thing is it asks for a Warley Code! ,which is ok if you are going to it!  :brickwall

So hopefully it will change! .

http://www.scalescenes.com/products/R002c

Heres the link and it does say Free!  lol :mutley

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 Posted: Sat Nov 20th, 2010 02:27 pm
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Looks pretty neat. Pity I can't go to Warley this year. :sad: I've only just bought some more Peco pits too. :thud

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 Posted: Sat Nov 20th, 2010 02:44 pm
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Yeah i bought some recently, already had some i couldn't find then i find em after i bought more! :( .
Would love to goto warley one year .

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 Posted: Sat Nov 20th, 2010 07:55 pm
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John is using the code to establish what response his Warley stand gets. He will make it a free for all  download later.

(P.S. Try warley-2010 - but don't tell anyone I told you ;-))

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lol ok Ian ,

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 Posted: Sat Nov 20th, 2010 08:21 pm
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Tried that code, the way you displayed it & No good.

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Mine worked sol type exactly as it is, inc the - just downloaded it

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worked  for me too.

:thumbs:lol::lol::cool:

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Worked for me now.

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John Wiffen will think his Warley stand was a huge success - particularly in "other" parts of the globe...............:roll::roll::roll:



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A bit late for Potters but I can add the detailing parts to the pits during the rebuild. :thumbs

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It worked for me as well. All though it wont be a pit on my layout, got a idea. You see i thought about a place to put my farm vehicles for working on the undewrneath. Will it work no idea but i got the building bug at the mo and its free what can i lose :thumbs

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Very nice. Thank you.

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Phill you have an engine shed  right? so put a pit in front of it,and one inside,
I serviced tractors and other farm plant, you don`t need a pit for them,most of the time you don`t even get under them,
just a thought !!

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I think Phill wants to make a sheep dipper Owen :lol::lol:

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henryparrot wrote: I think Phill wants to make a sheep dipper Owen :lol::lol:

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Is that some kind of wooly bird Brian ?...............

Owen's right Phill - tractors don't need pits.  Normally nowadays it's you who needs a ladder !!!

Put it outside the engine shed - that's a great idea. :thumbs:thumbs



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Good idea but i wait till my new one arrive,s.

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Why dont you put the pits in first then plonk the new shed over the top. :thumbs

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I would but i got to work the size out first mate, still waiting for the e mail to discuss it, wonder who that is then :hmm:mutley

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Can't think !! :roll: :lol:

Tell you what how about you put the pits in first and then we make the shed to fit over? All I would need is the floor mesurements. :thumbs 

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