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 Posted: Thu Aug 9th, 2012 11:45 am
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Where the word "under" is , track height is 35mm rising to70 mm in top left hand corner , top right hand fiddle yard is also 70mm , all will become clear when i post pics , dark black rectangle is canal and lock...............

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 Posted: Thu Aug 9th, 2012 12:49 pm
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Managed to get ready for work a bit early ..............


















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Hi Murph,
Just saw the magic words GWR N Gauge so had to have a look and must say that's a great looking layout. I'm hoping to start my own new GWR N Gauge layout (Market Havering) in a few weeks time so I will be keeping an eye on the competition. :lol:



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Hiya Trev , brilliant news , yet another GWR ally :lol:

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I am really impressed I had to read twice that you have done all this in 'n' I tip my hat to you good sir, and await the next update.

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Canal lock under construction...






Really pleased with reflection in "canal water" , 3mm perspex painted just on the underside with two coats of B&Q Olive Green..









4 days off after tonight so expecting some real progress , only trouble is .......... (did i just hear a drum roll ?? )  IT'S FRIDAY NIGHTSHIFT !!  all the numpty's will be out to play , Oh Joy !

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Agree about the reflections in the canal and some smart work there on the lock.
Great job.



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Progress is slow but i'm taking my time this time , as i've stated before track laying is not my favorite part of this hobby of ours , much prefer the scenic side of things but i'm gettin' there ...







Working on filling in round the lock area with crumpled up newspaper ready for the modroc right now ...




Off home to Cork on Saturday for a week , can't wait . "PROPER" Guinness ...




Only problem is i gotta get on one of them Aer Fungus tingy's , I HATE FLYING !!!

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The lock-keeper's cottage looks good Murph - what is it ?



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Hi Peter , it's Hornbys Lyddle End courtesy of Ebay , some of the range is quite rare these days and most have either a hollow bottom or a hole so you can put lights in 'em , the cottages you can see in the picture holding the track whilst it dries are David Winter , just the right scale and very detailed

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Murph,
           Those David Wynter cottages are great.The Mother-in-Law has a pile of em on a shelf.Hope to get left them in the will.....:twisted:
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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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I've been keeping my eye on them.
Not so much for use on the layout - more for modelling inspiration.

Err .... flying is perfectly safe.
Landing can sometimes be a problem.



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Coming along nicely ...









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Don't forget the towpath, Murph!
Looking good.



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You'll never believe this but thats what i'm doing right now , we can now add "Psychic" to your list of talents !!!  :lol::lol:

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And just to prove it ...




Don't you just love Modroc ...









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Been taking pics all day coz i know you lot love 'em ...




























Bit of tidying up to do where the Modroc has run and the scatter has ended up but going to let the whole thing dry overnight.


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Wow what a difference cattle makes

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G'day Murph,

Just read through your thread and I'm impressed with the pace you achieve in modelling, considering it's 2 days modelling and upto 18 days at work ! My progress is nowhere near yours, but I guess that is one problem faced by us down under waiting for modelling bits n' pieces to arrive from your end of the world...

Keep up the great work.

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Really like the canal, adds real atmosphere  to your layout:thumbs 



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