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 Posted: Sat Jul 30th, 2011 10:19 pm
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Ian Morton wrote: Thank you all for your good wishes.

I just couldn't have done it without Petermac's credit card details :mutley

:mutley:mutley:mutley:mutley:mutley:mutley  (Now I know why I have to pay cash for my diesel ................:roll::roll: - only too pleased to help :hmm:hmm:hmm)



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 Posted: Thu Sep 8th, 2011 04:51 pm
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And the workshop is up and running :Happy

There's even some space for the emporium...




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Huzzah!

Let's hope you'll be listed on the FTSE100 as soon as possible  :thumbs

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The very best of luck with both the new business and  the new workshop Ian . 

Most modellers would give their eye teeth for a layout room like that.

I shall have to make sure I file a copy of this picture as its the first public view of TEALHAM MOOR .:lol: :lol:

(That last  remark should get the tongues wagging !!!!!  :twisted::twisted::twisted: )



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Believe it or not there are six (yes six) layouts already lurking around in the workshop. Hatton Parkway, Shake-the-Box and Fete Worse Than Death are now resident - the first two for display, the latter as a DCC test track. There are three layouts under construction. An N gauge railway with Faller Car System, the 10' x 4' creature which so far consists of the baseboard frames and this - at the mock up stage.



Mind you, the client is an awkward so-and-so :mutley

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Moi - Awkward ...... NAH !!!!!                                                            :pedal

 

I wonder if it would work in 5.5mm Scale , US O Gauge , P4 or HOn3         :hmm



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Well, if I make the rails slide in and out on the sleepers you can have it whatever gauge you like :pathead

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AHA!  Now I know what the little green loco was for all that time ago............apart from winding up SWMBO, as in 'Ooh! Isn't it sweet, can we have one?'

[I got an apple and cinnamon crumble on the basis of a 'Well, maybe....' for that one]


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It's probably powered by a Halling motor ................:roll::roll::roll:

I hear they're quite good. ;-)



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Petermac wrote: It's probably powered by a Halling motor ................:roll::roll::roll:

I hear they're quite good. ;-)

They're out of shot to the left. They've got a good turn of speed for a tram. Nicely run in now so I'd better get another of those decoders from BromsMods.

The little green loco is the stunt double for whatever creation the client intends  to run on it. But I have had an idea for a little layout for it until I get around to something bigger...

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The little green loco is the stunt double for whatever creation the client intends  to run on it. But I have had an idea for a little layout for it until I get around to something bigger...


 

Here is a picture of Tealham Moor's entire loco fleet . I have now started a thread for the layout.

 





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There isn't room for all that lot! :shock:

Typical modeller - too many locos for the layout (or is that too small a layout for the locos) :lol:

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... and the scenery is rubbish, too.
(at least the camera isn't doing it any favours!).



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Thanks for your concern but worry not as the line will be operated on "One engine in steam" principal .  :roll:

The diesel is yet to be motorised so will be confined to the work bench for the forseeable future and the foreign thingy is spare in case the Peckett is broken down or being serviced so probably wont come out the box - sorry I mean shed.

Anyway how many modellers do you know that dont have far too many locos or vehicles for their layouts but always seem to find an exccuse  for why its needed when a new one is brought out by the manufacturers.



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Do you mind - that foam sheet isn't rubbish, it is high quality salvage :roll:.

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I was speaking of Richard's 71st post. :lol:



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ddolfelin wrote: ... and the scenery is rubbish, too.
(at least the camera isn't doing it any favours!).


 

If you mean the scenic backdrop then the builder needs to know both SWMBO and my lady support worker , neither of whom could be remotely described as railway enthusiats think and have said  its a superb bit of modelling that I should be both proud and honoured to possess .

More than my lifes worth to disagree  - even if I wanted to ( which I dont.):lol:



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Today's top money saving tip...

Shake-the-Box had an outing to the SVR Gala today and one of the questions asked was "That's good. Is it static grass?"

Nope, common old hanging basket liner.

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Can you tell what it is yet?

(No points will be awarded for the answer "dodgy carpentry" although both correct and accurate :roll:.)

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A bed for someone with back pain.

Or would like some.



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