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 Posted: Sat Dec 6th, 2014 05:42 am
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Thats a Pain Dave.Plus its no fun clambering through those roof/loft access holes.
Hope you get back to your railway building soon.
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 Posted: Sat Dec 6th, 2014 06:57 am
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Well, solar powered air-conditioning is one of the smarter moves if you can afford the capital cost Dave.... And as long as the station can be replaced I reckon that's gotta be a win.

You might have to make the station board removable to permit easy access to the manhole. What a silly place to put a man hole , straight over a model railway like that... :mutley


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Hi Dave

So sorry to hear about your trials and tribulations......it cant have been a fun summer (do you call it summer?).......you have been missed.

I do hope your wife's health continues to improve and Not Mutley becomes operational quite soon

My best wishes

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ps After all that you probably dont want to talk about the Rugby?:pedal
 



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Thanks Marty,

Unfortunately we have a Cape Cod style house - when the room was a bedroom access was easy ( not that I ever went up there !)

John,

Yep we call it Summer - fortunately it lasts until about April /May so we have plenty of time to enjoy the outdoors ( if i can get Jeanne outside the house again! )

You can mention the rugby - heres hoping the new coach can do something with them before the world cup - I think loosing to Argentina for the first time was the nadir of their performance  and a false dawn with the win over Wales.



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So sorry to hear about your trials and tribulations......it cant have been a fun summer (do you call it summer?).......you have been missed.

I do hope your wife's health continues to improve and Not Mutley becomes operational quite soon

My best wishes

John

ps After all that you probably dont want to talk about the Rugby?:pedal
 



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The old layout is no more having been partly demolished to allow access to the roof for the installation of air-conditioning.

The new NotMutley is a single level layout with storage on on side of the layout and the station on the other.

The most time consuming part to date has been dismantling the electrics and then rewiring and setting up the details in RR&Co
Today was a milestone in that I now have some track laid and can run a loco = albeit a very short distance.
I will start a new tread soon and post some pictures of the chaos.



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Sounds like 'Out of the ashes .........................' , Dave

Good luck with the rebuild.



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The journey continues  - NotMutley take 2
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