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 Posted: Sun Aug 31st, 2008 04:15 am
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Terriffic shots William.

You've certainly got some stock there but it looks great on display rather than sitting in boxes.  What bit I have, sits in boxes and I wonder if that's one of the reasons I'm so slow at doing any building - that and spending too much time on here !!!:hmm

Keep sending the photos - they're an inspiration to us all.



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 Posted: Sun Aug 31st, 2008 06:07 am
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William,
         While its great to see 'finished' areas on a layout as brilliant as this one,its also good to see the station area being developed.Please keep posting updates on that area.Love those display cabinets...very neat!

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 Posted: Sun Aug 31st, 2008 07:50 am
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William,lovely shots of the railway,always enjoy seeing them,i only wish i was as tidy tho my stock is all over the place,must try your example  make some shelves for them.
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Just echoing what everyone has said - lovely work, William.

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 Posted: Sun Aug 31st, 2008 11:39 am
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Building display cabinets is not that difficult, I had all the oak milled at a local lumber yard. Once I had all the wood stained and varnished  I then assembled it as a cabinet.  The most difficult part was hanging it on the wall (Oak is heavy).  For the longest time all my stuff was in tool boxes, great  for taking stock to shows, but not for displaying.  I have over 50 locomotives and tons of rolling stock that range from the late 50's era to the 90's.

The reason why I decided to model from the late 50's, to the early 70's is that I didnt have to change the railway infrastructure when I change era's.  All I do for the 50's is have less traffic on the road and then when I model the 70's the road is more crowded with traffic.  I have also change a few buildings and plan to make some interchangble buildings for the city.  For example a building being demolished and a newer building in its place for each era.

I back down stairs to start working on the city so you will see more photos of that project plus the row houses will be finished soon.

 

William

 

 

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Looking forward to that William.



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William, I really enjoy the pictures of your layout and stock.
Looking forward to seeing that station area develop too.
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Me too Marty, this is a terrific layout the pictures of which I keep looking at and keep seeing something different.:mrgreen:

William, that diesel in the station at the head of the blue coaches, is it one of the rare Co-Bo's?

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Les you mean one of these



http://www.silverfoxmodels.co.uk

they do resin kits for it

 

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That's it Brian. I remember cabbing one of the originals at Trafford Park shed when they first came out. Going through my slides recently I came across a photo of one - very interesting loco.;-)

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Les,

The loco in front of the passenger train in the station is just a common class 24.

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Thanks William - I really must get some specs.:cry:

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Hi William

 

I 'm  new to the forum, and have just spent a really enjoyable time reading your thread, what a great layout you are putting together, you have a real talent of just getting it right.

Looking forward to seeing more.

 

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Just love that viaduct !!! and the canal locks beneath

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Just received from the folks at Hattons my new HST I already had the MK3's and an old HST from Hornby but it couldn't haul the set around my new layout.  The gradients were just too steep













 



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Great photographs William and I can't get enough of those viaduct pictures.



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Oh yes William - we most certainly will !!!!!!



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 Yes i must agree those shots are excellent :doublethumb:doublethumb



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Gorgeous! Any chance of some video footage :question:question:thumbs

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I was thinking that a video would be good, I am charging my video camera and I will go play on my computer to figure out how to do just that.  If you have any guidance I would appreciate it.

 

William

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