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 Posted: Wed Mar 21st, 2012 11:07 am
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This is Downsway South, an 00 gauge southern layout modelled just at the end of WW2. All the buildings are scratch built from card or plasticard and so far only one baseboard out of two is finished

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The goods yard

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My word Barry but those are two beautiful photographs to kick start your layout topic with. There are going to be plenty of questions coming your way I can see that now. You must be interested in photography too I would think from the quality of the pictures, not snap shots that's for sure.



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Hi mate, I am quite happy to answer any questions about the layout and photography and to contribute in any way. (if tou don't ask, you will never find out,) regards Baz javascript:emoticon(':lol:', 'images/emoticons/icon_lol.gif')

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Scratch built body on a tiny 00 gauge motor bogie (the mobile shed)

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Your photographs remind me of some of the high quality American layouts I have seen on the internet. Great. As a matter of interest Barry if you use the 'Reply' button underneath each post rather than the 'Quick Reply' panel you will have plenty of emoticons to choose from and you will also be able to upload your photographs into our Gallery, which is much better for the forum and members than using attachments.



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Thanks mate! I will get the hang of these computer things one day!

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Wow Baz - fantastic shots. :thumbs

Did you scratchbuild the big factory/warehouse in the left background of the first shot or is it a photo backscene ?



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It's made of plasticard (what you see is on the layout, there are no photographic images or photo manipulation) - Baz

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gas street

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Robert wrote: Your photographs remind me of some of the high quality American layouts I have seen on the internet. Great. As a matter of interest Barry if you use the 'Reply' button underneath each post rather than the 'Quick Reply' panel you will have plenty of emoticons to choose from and you will also be able to upload your photographs into our Gallery, which is much better for the forum and members than using attachments.
. . . and attachments eat bandwidth at an alarming rate.

If you get stuck with the Gallery, just put your hand up.  It's pretty easy, but I struggled with it when I first joined.  :oops:



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Must say Barry you could almost walk into your photographs, keep 'em coming :thumbs



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OK Baz - here goes:

1. Open either YMR "Home Page" or "Recent Topics"  You'll see a menu to the right of the header photo.

2. 4th up from the bottom is "Photo Gallery" - click on it.

3. The photo gallery will open showing the latest additions.  Top right is a tab saying "Upload Photos" - click on it.

4.  You'll now see the upload page.  Scroll down a bit and you'll see the option to upload up to 5 photos with a "browse" tab.

5.  Click on the first "Browse" and your computer menu will open.  Find your photo wherever it is by using the "open" button on your own computer menu.  When you filter down to your actual photo, clicking "open" once more will place the address in the first gallery slot (where you originally clicked "browse")

6.  Repeat with each "browse" tab until you've either loaded the ones you want, or the maximum 5 permitted each time.

7.  Scroll down on that page and there's an "Upload" button.  Click that and you'll be told to wait whilst photos are uploaded. Do as you're told !!!!

8.  Your chosen photos will upload into your own gallery.

The gallery software will automatically reduce the size as they upload but I find it easier to re-size them in my own photo file first.  I just re-size to 800 wide (ignore the height)  and then I save that re-sized copy as (for example) YMR Crop 1.  You then have your untouched original plus the resized one in your computer based photo files.

To post a photo from the gallery, with the "reply" window open, click "insert existing photo from gallery" and your own gallery will open allowing you to select the shot you wish to post.

It seems a bit long winded but it really is very simple .................

If you have difficulties, ask again. :cheers



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When you do the above for the first time, I suggest you have YMR open in 2 windows so you can toggle between the two following the instructions .........................

That's what I do because I'm a total dummy when it comes to htese infernal machines ...............:???:



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If in either creating a thread or replying to a thread, do not use the Quick Reply box but click on the reply button in each post, which will bring up a special Post reply box into which you add your text.

Just above the box, there should be two buttons

Upload new photo for Insertion which allows you to select & download the photo from within your PC drive/folder in which you have the photos stored.

If you have already pre-loaded the photos into the Gallery & this is actioned from either the Home or recent Page ( to the right of the main photo), then use the button labelled Insert existing photo from gallery

To prevent photos running into each other, after each photo, hit Enter/Return to give one clear line betwen photos.

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Right chaps, I am on the case:hmm

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I can't see the option insert existing photo from gallery"exclam:

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When you hit the "Reply" button at the bottom of the post you want to reply to (NOT the "quick reply" box), immediately above the box in which you type your reply, there are 2 options - the leftone says "Upload new photo for insertion" - that will take you to your computer based photo storage.  The right hand one says "Insert existing photo from gallery" - that will take you to your own personal YMR gallery into which you have uploaded photos from your computer.

You then select the photo you want to post.

I don't know how to do screen shots otherwise I'd show you .............  I presume you're on a PC and not a Mac ? :roll::roll:




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What browser are you using? Martin Wynne has shown us that these buttons do not appear in all browsers. I will try to find the link to his comments.

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Google chrome is the browser:???:

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Ah, in that case you will not see the button at all. See here:-

http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=9659&forum_id=13&jump_to=177158#p177158

Somewhere, Martin tells us what to do about it. I shall keep looking. Maybe if you post a question in the Problems and Questions forum, he will answer more quickly than I find the answer.

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Found it more quickly than I thought:-

http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=4674&forum_id=21&jump_to=177152#p177152

So you need to drag the photo from a gallery view, into your post.

 

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Getting the hang of this now,
YEP! I got a smoke machine:thumbs

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Thanks for all your help:doublethumb

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Brilliant Baz. :thumbs

So pleased you cracked the upload problem. :cheers



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Simply superb photos, Baz. My approach to the hobby is much more of the engineer than the artist, which only heightens my appreciation of such great scenes and photography as you have been sharing with us. Please show us more.

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You have to copy and paste the image url in between the two (img) tags (top bar of reply box third from the right)

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Post 26 is moving into 'Brief Encounter' territory.
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I am trying to create an atmosphere of a real station on a dark and wet night, I have seen to many pretty branchline layouts on a nice sunny day! Thank you for your comments:thumbs

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bazmatic wrote: I am trying to create an atmosphere of a real station on a dark and wet night, I have seen to many pretty branchline layouts on a nice sunny day! Thank you for your comments:thumbs
And I'd say you are pretty close to succeeding Baz.  Stunning shots. :thumbs



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I would say you HAVE succeeded!! Some of the best atmospheric shots I've seen.Reminds me of cold wet Autumn nights when I was a kid.Brilliant!
  If it wasn't for those tension couplings on the locos,you'd swear some of them were real.
And,as you rightly say,most layouts are "modelled in sunshine"

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Thanks John, my first experience of a railway was a coal yard on a damp early morning, It was dirty,wet and noisy with a mist that clung to everything, I can still smell it:thumbs

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Another view of Gas Street showing the railway tavern on the left, the bombed out temperance hall on the right and the Downsway brewery and yard entrance ahead

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Fantastic shots of the layout - I especially like the wet look.



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gdaysydney wrote: Fantastic shots of the layout - I especially like the wet look.

Agreed :thumbs and talking of which, how did you get that wet look in the last shot Baz ?



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Ah!the wet look, I would love to say that it's raining! But I can't model that. (I have thought about it) The whole if the layout has a coat of clear varnish, more in the gutters, some on the roofs and platforms to give the impression that it rained a couple of hours ago. This lets the street and platforms reflect the lights in the puddles. There are puddles in the goods yard and around the bombed out engine shed (photo yet to be posted). When the layout is finished it will look like a fishtank with no glass in the front with lights and speakers hidden under the lid, this will allow me to change the time of day and slowly move into night time. The speakers will allow me to play some sound samples (air raid, the all clear and station ambiance, I also have an excellent sample of a spitfire passing overhead). I hope this helps, thank you for your kind comments - Baz

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Thanks Baz - it works !!!

Looking forward to the premier of the video ..............would you like a copy of an ME109 sound track ? :lol::lol::lol:



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Not many ME109's about now, the chaps sorted them out over Dover in the 1940's, chocks away!:Happy

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You're probably right Baz.

There are around 40 Spitfires still flying world-wide but unfortunately, only a handful of ME 109's still in airworthy condition (and that's a small hand ...........)



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Waiting for the late one on Downsway South

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N class loco on Downsway South

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Just found your thread Baz and those photos have just blown me away.

Absolutely superb modelling combined with brilliant photography.:Happy

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Hi, 

Those photos are very awe inspiring or gob smacking... I've got a bit of work to do on my layout!!!! Oh well but what a standard to aim for! Well done mate! You have captured the atmosphere really well! Rain in England? Who would have thought ;)

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G'day Baz,

Just found your thread under recent topics. I think the other members herehave said it all and I don't have to say much at all !! Very nice and keep the pics coming. Have you digram of the track plan/layout ?

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WOW, Absolutely superb I dont think I,ve seen anything more atmospheric, just brilliant..!!

 

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WOW I'm on the front page for November  ;-);-);-);-)            Thanks to everybody who has said such nice things about the layout
Currently building a new joint layout with a canal. brewery. art deco terminus, watermill, docks and engine sheds and........ phew! it's going to take a while;-)
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G'day Baz,

Great photo from over the top. This pic explains the layout well. Just amazing how so much atmosphere can be had in such a small space. Brilliant.
Looking foward to the new layout.

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I do agree........superb photography and to my mind you have totally captured the cold damp atmosphere that I associate with autumn in the UK......................having said that it can be pretty cold and damp here!

I like the layout......lots of operating potential...............whats going on Board #2?



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Board 2 has got the bombed out engine shed and will have a bit more town on it. The gasworks are built and there will be another factory crossing over the tracks which will hide the loco's entering from cassettes. (I think) ;-)

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Early evening on Downsway South ;-)

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Another stunning shot Baz. :thumbs

I'm intrigued by the sky - how did you get that "murky" effect and yet keep it in what does appear to be 3D.  No hint of a painted backdrop there........:roll:

Your lighting is also very, very good.  The lit end panel of the box van makes it all jump out at you. :cheers



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The box van is lit by the lights under the station canopy on the left. The backscene is painted hardboard which curves around from one end to the back (see track plan). This is first painted with white emulsion paint and left to dry, then, with the backscene stood up against the wall, get two cans of car primer (white and grey) one in each hand and spray in horizontal stripes with both hands, the paint will blend togther as it hits the board (this is a very messy business), then just touch up to add a few artistic bits;-)

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The bombed out engine shed on board 2  ;-)

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I have some brick structures that have almost fallen down from years of neglect. I like the way you have stepped the bricks at the top. Did you just notch them out with a knife?

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Thanks for the kind comments, yes I did notch out the bricks with a knife and the backscene is a bit of a4 paper with a computer printed sky on it propped up with a tub of wood glue (otherwise you would see an overscale fireplace in the picture)The lighting: the camera is on a tripod with right finger poised over the 'go' button, left hand is holding an anglepoise lamp pointing at the shed (this is right at the front of the layout, so nowhere to put the lamp to light the front of the shed) hit the 'go button many times whilst wobbling the light about (I am also on my knees) pick the lucky shot..........simples:doublethumb
There will be yard lights around the shed when finished which I will use to light the scene showing up the puddles

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This is another view of the unfinished base board 2 (light dead overhead) with 2 propped up backscenes!

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Early photo of board 2 connecting board 1 (trackwork now changed)


Smoke machine in use (another early shot)

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Nice 'moody' shot ;-)


The gasworks wal l:twisted:

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Good heavens! daylight (short of pictures now, will build and photograph shortly) ;-)

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Hi Baz. I have just been reading through your thread from start to finish and I think all the good cries have been said already - but you have produced a wonderfully atmospheric feel to your layout. It really does give a feel for the dark days of WW2. I really like the shot of the loco (Schools Class/N class???) sitting at the platform in a hazy light. I have to say though that Downsway South seems a pretty miserable place!



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I  get fed up of GWR branchlines on a sunny day, so dark,wet and dirty for me:cheers

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Thanks chaps, Downsway will be a long term project but jn the new year 'Pickcalf's Brewery will get underway. Base boards are ready and some buildings are ready to go. Think canal boats,dock,watermill, brewery,bridges,terminus, narrow gauge and mainline track and a load of effort might get it to exhibition in early 2014. I will post photos as soon as there is something to photograph.
And yes, It will be dark, wet and dirty;-)

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Hello there,
I must say what outstanding work you have down and how wonderfully atmospheric your layout is, I too have always wondered how to make it look like it had rained on a model railway and you have very well certainally achieved that so hats off to you sir
I was a little concerned about the lighting on the layout thinking of the blackout, Warden Hodges would have a field-day booking the whole town, but doing a bit of research I found that 'a "Dim-out" was introduced in September 1944, which allowed lighting to the equivalent of moonlight. A full Blackout would be imposed if an alert was sounded. Full lighting of streets was allowed in April 1945;' (wiki), which for your layout would be fine, 

I can just image watching the layout as all the lights would be turned off as the air raid siren would sound and all the lights turning on again with the all clear, 
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thank you for your kind comments, but , war is over, lights are on and the blackout curtains are now redundant:sad:
Downsway is modelled at the end of WW2 (about a month after):sad:

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thank you for your kind comments, I have some wonderful air raid siren samples which will be heard on the layout (at some time) and a nice sound sample of a spitfire passing overhead plus some distant thunder sounds, I just need to get if finished! (as time slips away) Baz

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Fantastic photography as well, some of the best close up shots I've seen of any model railway.



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That's the most realistic and atmospheric layout that I have ever seen - are you sure it's not the real thing?!

Every scene sends a wave of feel good factor through this tired ol' body of mine and now has me really all fired up and thinking about  coming out of retirement and having another go!!

But my wife says if I do,  you'll be hearing from her solicitor!

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i have just found this layout and i gotta say wow.

it would be nice to see an overhead shot of base board two.

also it would be nice to see some of these structures in the process of being built so that we can see how you have achieved some amazing modeling.

so whats next on the layout??

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More Foyle's War to me (dunno if you get that down under Max).

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Hi Baz
You are going to drive me nuts. OK I'm doing tramway but its Glasgow and your "wet look" is bobbing up and down in the Clyde yelling ME! ME! ME!
The gloomy, soggy look is perfect for Glasgow in the late 50s and early 60s where I am attempting to locate the scene. Yeah, OK, there were dry sunny days but standing outside the Kelvin Hall after a visit to the shows waiting for a No 9 "Dalmuir West tram and seeing the flashes from the overhead and the lights from the hall and street lights...... It may have been soggy and cold but there was a touch of magic around and BANG your models brought it straight back.

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Just looked at this post for the first time. Absolutely phenomenal work. Has to be the most atmospheric and realistic layout I've seen.

Beautiful work, you feel that you could walk through these scenes.

You have a true gift.

Well deserving of the front page.


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After looking on the hard drive of the mac I have some early pictures of the layout being built and I will sort them out a post them (also found pictures of an earlier layout)    Regards Baz:doublethumb

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The quality of your weathering is astounding! It looks so lifelike, atmospheric, and evocative... Nicely done!

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Its a real pleasure looking at your railway.

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Eh.....Baz, the scratch built stuff that didn't make the layout..........Beggars can't be choosers. I'll take my place in the queue.

Can't say anything more than whats already been said. Just outstanding.....keep it up, it's a pleasure viewing it.

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Went in the bin fella (it really did) but I have got the plans for the rail crossing on the computer so I will do a small couple of updates and build it again. Thank you for your kind comments  :thumbs

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Nice 'moody' shot ;-)


The gasworks wal l:twisted:


I sent my sister a copy of this one yesterday.

Didn't tell her where I got it, just asked if she recognised the street.

She thought is was a street in Stockwell, south London in the 1950's where we grew up.

I had to prove it wasn't by showing her some more of your thread this morning.

Can't give a better commendation.

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Here here,

I showed this to my other half just to try and explain what this hobby is all about. She does not have any interest in Model railways but was able to appreciate what I get out of it when she seen these scenes.

This hobby is not just about trains. It incorporates numerous different facets, the trains, although interesting in themselves, just help to pull it all together and " give it a purpose ".

Excellent stuff, keep it coming as it truly inspires.

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Thanks TOTO, I think you have to create a scene that works even if the trains are not running, then the railway, going about its business is the icing on the cake.      :Happy 

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Well you've certainly managed that.......I think they call it atmosphere, mood etc and its there in abundance.

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Hi Baz,

I've been looking over your thread again and especially the photography.doyou use Hign Dynamic Range techniques when photographing your layouts.

You seem to capture very rich scenes and bring out the best in both the highlights and the shadows. This would suggest HDR. Not always as you have an eye for painting with light anyway but just wondered.

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I dont understand the term HDR (the camera I use is a fujifilm 7500s in aperture set mode at 13.8 with a exposure time of 4 seconds set to ISO 100) Hope this helps  - Baz  :doublethumb

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Thank you for all the kind comments regarding 'Downsway South' I hope you like my new venture



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I don't think you need to worry about copyright since it's "Downsway" not " Wallmington -on-Sea". Just to be on the safe side do NOT include a butchers van with loopholes in the sides.

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:)Best of luck with the business Baz.

Glad Downsway is still on the go.

Hmm those street houses look very good.

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Great website and with quite a few excellent models to choose from. :thumbs Something in there for everyone from HO to O. I guess that doing the O gauge kits is a pretty bold move, which would possibly make you the only supplier of downloadable O gauge kits. I wish that the business takes off for you.

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00 SCALE TO N GAUGEwhen you print out, set your printer to 54% (PERCENT) and you will end up with N scaleI hope this helps.Regards Baz :cheers
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