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 Posted: Tue Mar 22nd, 2011 04:10 am
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For fecks sake mate, shingles!!!! Wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy... hmmmm... OK, maybe on the Ex :mutley but you have my sympathies mate.

I do hope that it clears up right smartish. At least you can still model. :thumbs



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 Posted: Tue Mar 22nd, 2011 07:57 am
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Sorry to hear the shingles are still causing trouble Sol - I thought you'd caught it early enough.

As you say, when it's coming, it's just painful but once it's arrived, any touch seems to send knives right through you.  When I had them, I could hardly bear to wear clothes but, as there was a show in Cornwall just around the corner, I thought it best to try to manage the pain .....................:roll::roll:

I really wouldn't want to go through that again and hope your recovery is as full and speedy as mine was - around 3 weeks.

How you can concentrate on modelling beats me but maybe it helps to take your mind away from the daggers.



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Hello Ron,

The buildings are looking really good. I hope the pain goes away soon.

 

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Ron, now that you are well versed at constructing buildings can I put my order into you soon?

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Yeah, OK, Connor, when I have finished all the buildings I need for the D&S !

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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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The dwelling is finished - well almost, just some posters which I am chasing up.







 

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I like that Sol. :thumbs

They really are great little models.



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Store rooms now added







Some posters fitted ( I  asked John Wiffen about them & he pointed them out me in the kit :oops: )

Gents loo is the final bit.

this station varies a little bit more from the basic kit in that I used grey ridge tiles, not the red/brown tiles supplied.

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Looking good Sol. :thumbs

Are the downpipes and gutters printed or "extras" ?  They look v. good from France which I admit, is probably slightly further than normal viewing distance............ :cheers 



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Very good work, Ron.

Will you be painting the doors or leaving them o naturelle?



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Downpipes are part of the printing; gutters are thin card with paper wrapped around them. I did not do the special rebuilt gutters like I did on the Goods Shed. Doors for store left "au natural", only the dwelling had a "new" door though all doors are laminated over card on top of printed doors to give a 3D effect.

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The gents now finished







The platform to be extended & re-surfaced ( hopefully before next Saturday  as the NMRA are coming for the afternoon meeting)so the modules can be installed.

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This is the platform, recovered from a previous Barnstable site, curved slightly to fit & extended to take the new station buildings



Had been previously covered with Metcalfe slabs but now to use Scalescenes pavement matching the Goods Shed
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The platform will hold a 3 car DMU.

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Will it be done by next Saturday for the NMRA meeting at yours?



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That looks excellent Ron........a very impressive model.

I think the dwelling house door is a big improvement......I would let the hooligans loose on the station:lol:

Really appreciate you running these thread gives me a great insight into building Scalescene kits (which I keep putting off)   

Hope you are feeling better

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Ok, platform re-paved - still lots to do of course but other parts of the D&S are now calling out for attention.






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That sits well Sol.

Will there be fencing along the back edge of the platform or a wall ?  Also, ramps or steps up to the platform level from the yard ?



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Looking good, that's really come together well Sol.  I must try my hand a card project sometime.

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Petermac wrote: Will there be fencing along the back edge of the platform or a wall ?  Also, ramps or steps up to the platform level from the yard ?

Yep, quite a bit of scenic work to be undertaken.

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