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 Posted: Mon Jan 17th, 2011 07:01 pm
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I am going to build this one - purchased yesterday & have permission by Mr Scalescenes to post this picture.




so over the next few days/weeks/months, I will describe the various stages of my endeavours.

All pages printed including the windows on the correct type of transparency - 11 for Instructions & 14 for the kit.

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 Posted: Mon Jan 17th, 2011 07:15 pm
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:thumbs Looking forward, Ron, to following your thread! Cool!

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 Posted: Mon Jan 17th, 2011 08:03 pm
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Looks the business,Sol.Are you going to build yours as per kit,or are you going to customise it??
These Scalescenes kits really are something.(wonder if he does it in N?)

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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John, re customising - I will have look at all the plans first & see. And yes in N scale as well & a large choice of brick/stone

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Oooohh.....nice.I might even have a bash at one myself later on! I'll see how you get on with it first,though.I think its really good there's a choice of bricks and stone...very versatile,and much more challenging than the Metcalfe jobbies,not that there's anything wrong with them.
  I'm going to enjoy watching this one.

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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Hello Ron,
This project looks really good. Perhaps you could tell me if the floor of the double-door entrance/exit is set at the generally accepted height of trains, or lorries? Could you, if possible, give an approximation on price, please. Good modelling, mate,
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I hope you had plenty of cornflakes for Breakfast this morning you are going to need plenty of cardboard to make that one.

Im sure Doofer will be giving you a number of usefull pointers

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To prevent Sol being distracted by too many product questions the Scalescenes Good Shed may be viewed here



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Hello Tim,
God Forbid, that I should be responsible for slowing him down. :lol: I'm sure that Ron is more than capable of slowing himself down, without the help of an amateur like me. :Red Card:lol: Many Thanks for the advice, Tim,
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Looking forward to this Ron.

I think Scalescenes is a force to be reckoned with.  I hope he expands his "Townscene" range ...........John, John - did you hear ?

As JB said, they're far more complicated and time consuming than the Metcalfe/Superquick type of model but if you mix models from each range, you can create a truly unique and impressive scene.



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rector wrote: To prevent Sol being distracted by too many product questions the Scalescenes Good Shed may be viewed here

Only his age will distract him Tim, visits to the loo etc :mutley:pedal

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It would be good to see some backs of houses and yards ,in half relief.:thumbs



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sparky wrote: It would be good to see some backs of houses and yards ,in half relief.:thumbs

I agree - there used to be a company doing those Reg.  "Built-Ezee" or something.

I think John Dew has some on his layout - at least the fronts, but that firm also did the backs if memory serves me rightly.



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What this Artful Antipodean doesn't tell you is that he has already shown himself more than capable of 'Scalescening', don't you remember the good job he did here.............


http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=6712&forum_id=101&highlight=sol+bridge


I thought I'd blow his trumpet for him.....[whilst he goes to the loo {Shame on you Phill,}and/or  takes one of his green pills, Nurse! Nurse! Quickly, the screens.....] :oops::oops:


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We may as well help out on this thread anyhow, if he has gone to the loo those zimmer frames are a sod to move at times so could be gone for a while, :mutley:pedal.

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Looking forward to following your build. As an alternative to the OHP printed windows you can also use the following Brassmasters windows:

Pack G - for the small office window
Pack N or O - for the large arched windows
Pack C - For the skylights.

http://www.scalescenes.com/brassmasters/brassmasters_windows.pdf

Yes I will be endeavouring to greatly expand the Townscenes range in the next couple of years (including a few more rural based structures). I am also working up a few concepts for low relief terraced house back scenes, several modeller have expressed an interest in this and I agree it would be an extremely useful kit.



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It is unfortunate John, that Brassmasters don't take credit cards or Paypal. Cheques from Aust to UK are not cheap.

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Brassmasters do now accept Pay Pal (After a bit of prodding from Scalescenes customers).

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Thanks John, it is not on that order form.
I will now have a better look at the site.

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Looking forward to this build Ron, I need to construct a long goodshed with several loading bays, Joining several kits together maybe the answer.
Thanks for your message John(scalescenes) Backs of terraced houses would make a great model. Maybe a few taller 3 story brick based building backs. How many of us remember passing rows of these as we approached a mainline station.
Regards,
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