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 Posted: Fri Feb 27th, 2015 03:14 pm
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...after a lot of "junk, etc" added into the watery areas...

...and here I am looking for old cars, shopping trolleys, bicycles, oil drums... ;-);-)  Regardless, it does looks good. :thumbs  

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Coming along nicely Ron, looking forward to seeing it when the junk is added, it'll add a bit more character to that marshy area.



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That looks marshy Ron :thumbs


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Hi Members When workmates heard that I went all round the country(day trip allowing) to photograph railway viaducts and even canal aqueducts, their suspicions about me were confirmed "Complete Nutter". But the most impressive viaduct that I ever saw was at Chinley, with a Junction on the viaduct. Passed Driver



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Furst class see-nicking, Ron, I can hear the moss-keetoes!

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That looks so good Ron I'm squinting looking for Crocs! And the Viaduct looks like its been there for ever

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a very good scene you have now Ron,am taking notes as I am about to start on mine ,
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more done with new gloss varnish & that dries clear



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Your making a good job of that marshy area under the viaduct Ron. Is it any good for a bit of fishing? or is that not in your plans? I'm well impressed all the same!




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Hi There Terrific, I am trying to run before I can walk, again, but I would like to incorporate a Viaduct on my layout but I must stick to my branch line plan, maybe I can Find a way round, in the background perhaps?? I would have to make a "Rock Solid" viaduct as I am so clumsy,any ideas? Passed Driver



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now varnish has dried.

The sun is shining on it !!



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Looks the business Ron.:thumbs



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Looking great Ron :doublethumb


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the other side greeened up, varnish to be added then bits & pieces




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Wow wow and wow

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Jimmy, you missed off a 'Wow'...here, have one of mine..Wow!

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"almost" finished



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That as they say Ron is a masterpiece.



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Hello,




That really is rather good. well Done




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