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 Posted: Wed May 30th, 2018 09:41 pm
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Watch this space Jeff, and thanks.  Those track-laid boards which got as far as powered test runs 10 years ago for a project I never took forwards and which had been used as shelves beneath Penhayle Bay ever since are finally up on legs and need only a corner piece fitted between them to permit test running of the new project.  



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Main layout here
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Sounds promising, Rick. I'll look forward to seeing your progress on that.



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A few more new items have arrived tonight, in the shape of a Dapol LSWR B4 0-4-0T No. 96, Normandy, a Hatton's Beilhack snowplough, and (from a couple of days ago) a Hatton's P class 753 in SECR livery, together with two of Hornby;s 3-plank wagons in SECR livery.

The B4 was DCC-fitted out of the box. It has been run-in on the rolling road, but a slight tight spot remains going forwards only. I have managed to free it up a bit, but it is still evident at crawling speed. As can be seen in the video, it is fine at more normal operating speeds.

I took a short video on my mobile phone to show all of these items off in one go.

No attempt was made at period accuracy for this video!  :mutley :mutley





IMG_20180612_185945 by Jeffrey Lynn, on Flickr



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You'll have to model some snow somewhere now Jeff :mutley


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I think this one and the converted tender I made many years ago will sit at the back of the engine sheds 'on display' for much of their lives. :)


Snowplough Tender - 3 by Jeffrey Lynn, on Flickr


I did do a snow layout once for an exhibition in Rockhampton. I don't have many photos of it, and only one actually scanned into digital form. I didn't have any snowploughs at that time, though.


model Metroliner oval by Jeffrey Lynn, on Flickr



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