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Now we have a name all future posts will be in here guys , at work for the next four days (well , two days two nights) so watch this space

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LMS and GWR kettles........just try and keep me away!!! Bring it on Murph.....AND in God's chosen gauge too......:roll::lol::lol::lol:

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Got some much needed supplies yesterday (God bless payday on Friday) Points, Track, Scenics, Etc, so by this time next week i should have some piccies for yer all. Also got a couple of real bargains offa "Fleabay" Just waiting on the postman for those.

Found a little gem of a shop called The Tutbury Jinny , Just outside Burton on Trent , a right little Alladins cave of a place , lots of decent second hand stuff , recommended for anyone and well worth a visit.

OK work beckons , off to save the world again !!!!!

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Hi all thought i'd better post something just to prove i aint been shirking , track laying has commenced....


 

I'll tell you what this N gauge stuff is more fiddly than i ever imagined but hey ho it's not a race....




The cutout section is where planning permission for a canal leading into a wharf has been granted...

 




Back to the grind tomorrow , 2 days then 2 nights , then i'm off for 18 days !!!!!!!  :doublethumb:Happy:Happy

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Oh yeah forgot to mention , i just won an auction on ebay , Green 0-4-2 GWR tank loco , autocoach and a suburban coach , all in mint condition and in original boxes , wait for it .................... £39.99 , Happy Days :cheers

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Nice one. Sounds like a bargain.

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Nice one Murph! The Dapol stuff is the best on the market appearance-wise,and the GWR 0-4-2T in particular is a little cutie!!
  So your modelling GWR and LMS like myself.....what's your current loco roster like??Are you just having smaller brach-line type motive power,or will be seeing Kings,Castles,Duchesses and Jubilees?
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Hey Kettlewatcher , fell in love with the GWR donkeys years ago , the main line into Wolverhampton ran literally along the bottom of me Granddads garden , think it was W'ton low level ??  Me own dad couldn't wait for me to leave home at 16 ( i joined the Royal Navy) so he could turn my old bedroom into "The railway room"  he's still alive (82) and the model he created is still alive and running today.

LMS is another favourite , and yes there'll be Kings Castles Jubilees and co running through aswell , went on a brilliant trip a few years back , Carslisle into Yorkshire then back into Lancashire , over ribblehead viaduct , pulled by none other than Princess Elizabeth 6201 , what an experience that was , even got to stand on the footplate !!!!

My real passion however is tank engines , like you say they're little cuties , does anyone do a Terrier iin N gauge ??

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Sorry John , my current roster is ...

0-6-0 Saddle Tank GWR Green

0-4-2 Arriving shortly GWR Green

0-6-0 Fowler 4F LMS Black

0-6-0 Graham Farish tank that comes with starter train set , had it years not very detailed in Crimson Lake

More to follow..........

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Good start, Murph.

A suggestion: Recess those screw heads - you'll regret it later otherwise.

Very pleased that your stock has a means of returning - can't understand the fascination with watching stuff going backwards and forwards - it's like watching Wimbledon.

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That's what you see in real life Doug, trains going backward and forward.

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That's true, Bob.
Especially if they've nowhere else to go.

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DD those screw heads will be under a small embankment/hedgerow eventually but thanks , i see what you mean , i've always liked the idea of having return loops or dog bone type track plans as you can leave one (or more now with DCC) train(s) running whilst having some shunting practice in the yard , the loop you can see will be a hill when i get round to it , BECKETTS HILL , hence the station is called Becketts Edge.

Well , days over with , two nights to do then 18 off , hoping to make some serious progress , thanks for the input so far guy's :thumbs

Right , off for shower then footy with a tinny or four (big Liverpool fans here) , oh !  and don't mention the cup final :Red Card

IT WAS OVER THE LINE !!!!!!!

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I'm sorry Murph but you're a total lost cause.

First it's GWR and now you tell us you're a Liverpool supporter .............:shock::shock:

I thought there was some kind of vetting procedure on here Bob ? ..............:mutley:mutley:mutley:mutley

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Murph,
        Dapol do a terrier in several liveries,although the ONE Terrier that the GWR had is very hard to get hold of.
         And yes......It was over the line....and that's coming from a Man.U.fan.You were definately robbed mate!!!:roll::twisted::lol:

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Petermac wrote: I'm sorry Murph but you're a total lost cause.

First it's GWR and now you tell us you're a Liverpool supporter .............:shock::shock:

I thought there was some kind of vetting procedure on here Bob ? ..............:mutley:mutley:mutley:mutley

Ha Ha , i lied in the vetting procedure :cool wink

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Have you treated the cork underlay with something Murph ?  I presume it is cork but it looks "shiney" ......:roll:

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Peter , its 3mm depron foam , quite cheap and the sheets of it are huge.

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Ah yes, I've heard of that Murph.  It's a sort of closed cell plastic foam type material isn't it ?

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Correct Peter , very lightweight stuff and ideal for the job , just don't attempt to stick it down with Bostik UHU etc as it melts , good old PVA is needed , I would love to know how many gallons of "The White Stuff" us modelling folk have used over the years :hmm

Decided to put the track laying on hold for the first few of me 18 off , it not a job i can actually say i enjoy if i'm honest and the track plan still needs a few tweeks here and there on the bit that aint done , So , i'm gonna concentrate me efforts on the station area seeing as i already got most of the bits n pieces i need , The station is going to be based on the one in Brant Hickmans excellent "Rorgyle" , i saw this layout back in 2007 at the Warley Model Railway Exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham , if anyone needs some inspiration for GWR branch lines go here http://www.freewebs.com/model-rail-uk/rorgyle.htm , look at the photos and watch the video , if i remember correctly it's actually built on a shelf measuring about 6 or 8 feet by only 12 to 14 inches wide.


Just as a prior warning , i am a b****r for super detailing , always have been , so you've been warned ................

The plan is to have a bay platform to the left of the station for the autocoach and goods facilities to the right , i'm planning to cut the whole area out of some 10mm chipboard and construct directly onto it before glueing it down , that way it's not a permanent fixture until it's finished and can be moved around , taken downstairs onto the dining room table for more comfortable working conditions etc etc.  If i can get anywhere near to the standard above i'll be pleased.

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Apologies but just had to have this avatar :mutley

He's the spit o' me Irish Grandad , who incidentally is totally to blame for my fondness of "The Black Stuff"

One of his favourite sayings .... "Ahh Jaysus , Guinness is loike an angel croiyin on yer taste buds"

:cheers

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Where did you get it from Murph???...(in Frank Carson voice)....."Its a Cracker......"

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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To be honest John I can't remember exactly , all i can tell you is that it was a google search on images for something model railway related , and there it was.

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Got a bit done over the last two days , as mentioned in an earlier post i'm giving the track laying a rest for a few days , so i made a start on the station area , first thing was to cut out a base from 10mm chipboard , and check platform height.




Then cover with platform material from metcalfe kit ..




Next the platform edging ...




Then the edging stones ...


In place and a final check on the platform height , goods shed in background



Next on to the station itself , a Ratio kit , i decided to make it twice the length by using the back section for a second frontage , i'll have to find a roof from me box of bits but thats not a problem the back will be replaced by stiff card as its not going to be seen , join will be covered by a downpipe from the guttering.




A thin coat of off white was washed over the walls and wiped straight off to highlight the mortar , heres a comparison with the other side which isn't done yet , photo's don't do it justice really ...




Shows up much better on the coal staithes ....




All painted and drying nicely ...




OK enough of this railway modelling mullarky , its high time i did some gardening , these are offcuts of balsa about 3/8" square , hollowed out with the point of a fine screwdriver , painted and a smear of Bostik in the cut out groove , woodland scenics clumping material for the greenery and some seriously pruned OO bushes for the individual flowers , fiddly as hell but worth the effort for station flowerboxes , they're 25mm long and 8mm wide.




All in all a good afternoons work ..

Slainté Murph




 

 


 

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Can you identify the flowers Murph - I'm not sure they'll grow in France .......:roll::lol::lol:

That coals staithes walling looks absolutely great. :thumbs

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Strange how the camera plays tricks.
The platform height looks like it comes over the doors.

Good to see progress, Murph.
Sín é.

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Ha Ha , agreed , i see what you mean , it's actually just footplate height on the loco :pathead

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A bit more done , fiddly corner of track layed , and work on the station area continues...










Also road bed leading to bridge is easier to do at this point , cut from grey picture framing board




Next the tram tracks , normal peco track but filled in to rail level with same board to give the effect that rails are embedded in roadway







And those trams , surprisingly cheap but very detailed ...










This whole section will be raised up when completely dry to form a road over rail crossing , next , scratchbuilding the bridge , more soon .....

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Two or three motorised Trams coming up shortly on Richard's bits.

Pleased to see there are a few Tram people about.

Murph; Is your railway building attached to the platform yet?

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Another "tram-man" - good-oh. ;-)

I've got a collection of EFE Leeds trams Murph - in fact, all the Leeds ones they made - plus some HO Lancashire trams.  Some are motorised, some are not, some have 2 rail pick-up, some have overhead pick-up.

I'll need to standardise before I add the tram circuit to my pending layout.

In fact, it seems I need to get at least something done pretty soon but, like Pythagoras, I tend to think a lot before jumping in .......................:oops::oops::oops::lol::lol::lol:

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Now things are really starting to take shape ...











Peter , nothing glued down at this point , i know what you spotted , platform is slightly warped from PVA , i'll put it right i promise ;-)

The gaps on the bridge are going to be filled with spear top fencing










Right , off to hobbycraft to get some ballast and scatter , catch yers all later

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I keep forgetting this is N gauge.
Good work!

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A few more progress piccies .... that warped platform has gotta be sorted :roll:
















Working platform lamps although sold as "N" Gauge look a little tall to me

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Last few days work ...




Really disappointed with creases in backscene , used pva , any suggestions for a smoother finish guys ???









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Some great photographs there Murph, you must be well pleased with your efforts. I know I would be.

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Murph, suggest you could use a paint-type roller to work the backscene onto the backboard working from one end. And perhaps not quite too much PVA as well.

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Thanks Ron , yeah that would work , i'd been thinking of perhaps just glueing the top and bottom edge , but i like the idea of a roller , it's really brassed me off coz it spoils the whole effect , i did smooth it out with a large metal ruler and it was flat when i left it to dry , possibly it's as you said , a little too much pva , oh well live and learn eh ?

Robert , thanks for the comments.

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Not sure what the material is Murph but maybe, like wallpaper, let it "soak" before fixing it (i.e. become really supple).   If it's photo paper, then,  of course it won't soak being "plastic".

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Some beautiful work Murph.That 1st pic of the set is an absolute stonker.Well done mate!

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Sorry guys , a few family problems and a trip home to Cork has slowed down progress over the last few weeks , BUT......... Becketts Edge is undergoing a transformation , i wasn't happy with the levels of the track , plus i was having difficulty getting my canal lock to "Look Right" , SO......... you guessed it , the whole lot has been lifted and i've started again from scratch , this time its spot on !!

Complete change of track plan and getting the track and levels right before starting the scenics , will post a few pics in a few days time as 2 nightshifts are in front of me , overall though pleased with the results so far.........

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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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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.


Last edited on Wed Aug 22nd, 2012 02:00 pm by Murph

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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.

Cheers, Gary.

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


                 

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