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 Posted: Sat Dec 10th, 2011 09:35 am
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This is just about finished now. There will be some more groundwork done to bed the sub-baseboard into the layout, but I'm generally happy with the result.




Thanks again for all your words of praise - it's just a cardboard model... ;-)



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"it's just a cardboard model..."

Oh no it's not! (seasonal).
A fine piece of work, Stu.
Congratulations.



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One of the clumps of grass is in the wrong place, Stu.  Do it again.  :twisted:



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One of the clumps of grass is in the wrong place, Stu.  :twisted:
My lad said that too, apologies, I must try harder !



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Stu,
I leave for a week and you come up with this? In a week?

Truly Amazing!!!!!

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Thanks Wayne, it took about 14 hours over about 2 1/2 weeks, but was made a lot easier by the use of the printed sheets and the techniques taught by Doug.



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Have you done many models to this standard Stu, I'm really impressed:doublethumb 

Have you seen this thread ?
http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=6918&forum_id=72&highlight=Stubby47



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Had a few happy moments browsing there, Stu.
I forgot how good they were.



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I'd forgotten I'd started that thread, but lay awake last night (head cold, unable to sleep) I suddenly remembered.

I seem to like old, decrepit buildings.... I wonder if that's a reflection on me... 



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Are you saying Stu that you are old & decrepit?? I don't think you can be both, can you?

If you can do that type of modelling being old & decrepit, what were you like being young & pristine?



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Have you seen this thread ?
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Stu, I had forgotten that thread, your buildings really are stunning, they all look so well used and "lived in"  :thumbs



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