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 Posted: Tue May 19th, 2015 09:11 pm
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Looking fantastic, Bob.

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 Posted: Mon May 25th, 2015 06:15 pm
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hi been busy with more scenery  at the other end of this layout ,also the road has been  done ,lots  more to do , more pictures will fellow cheers bob










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Hells Bells Bob, when you get the bit between your teeth you don,t hang about mate! well done,:thumbs :thumbs, the scenery is great, the buildings look fantastic, all we need now are some locos and stock, what do you have in mind? they are going to have to be pretty good to match the standard you have set your self.
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 Posted: Thu May 28th, 2015 06:35 pm
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hi and thanks pete , the reason I do my layouts so quickly is I have all day to do it , plus I love doing the scenery , as for the trains that's not my strong point :sad: I have a few steam trains plus coal  wagons  I will put on the layout to see what it looks like and take a few pictures ,   but I will sell this layout when finish..... then I plan to do one for myself 40s -50s era .....  cheers bob

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Hi Bob Do my eyes deceive me?? did you say a 6x4 baseboard
well you have been busy, I did not know one could get so much scenery in such a space.There I am worried about "oo" on 11 feet by 2 feet, I didn't know whether "N" would have been better, but I do not have "N" scale hands.
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 Posted: Sat May 30th, 2015 11:23 am
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hi kevin  .. this layout is 5ft x 2ft n scale ,  I only have a small space to do my layouts  so I work in N gauge as you can do a lot in a small space .. I would like to do a oo scale layout but not got the room :sad:.     cheers bob

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 Posted: Sat May 30th, 2015 06:49 pm
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well thanks you for the picture off the week :) ,   Well its getting there,  lots more done ,fencing , trees , grave stones , im happy with look off this layout , still more to do,  building the station (ratio ) next and  more tree building. I will take some  pictures with trains and wagons on the layout ;-)  thanks for looking bob ...
















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Congrats on Alan's Picture of the Week. A well deserved spot to showcase your talent.

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For N scale -well done.



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Fantastic Bob,

Another great layout and an incredible talent.

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Well done Bob, congrats on picture of the week, really well deserved I love the new pics a real sense of space and perspective you have got an eye for the detail without cramming in too much, great!
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well I added a ramp   thanks for letting me know about the ramps being compulsory,  just needs tidying up which I do later ,I also made a crane by the goods shed , stll a lot to do  ... thanks for looking .... bob


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Can anyone help me for a name for this layout ?? 

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What's narrative, Bob?  Where is it located and which period?

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Take your own name and call it Robertstown perhaps?  There is a place in South Australia and it was a railway destination at one point! It does look good... have you run trains on it yet?
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well thank you for all the names , still not sure what to call it  :???: but I added few pictures with trains and wagons ,also I have added lamps near the goods shed and have finish off the new ramp and the station .. hope you like . cheers bob

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 




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well its finished , :doublethumb im going to call this layout  Meadowfield  I just like the name , and it suits the layout ..... there is a  small village in County Durham,  call this name but this layout has nothing to do with it ....... pure fictional  ..... im just waiting for a few things then I will take a few pictures of this layout in its full glory.... hope you like the name  ,  cheers bob

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Well named and well done Bob. pleasure to read the thread!:)

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My first visit here Bob and I love your scenic work, there's plenty of thought and detail gone into them as is obvious from the pictures.

Nice work.

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hi thanks all,  :) v just added  this for fun order by my grandson ;-) and I think it looks ok , what do you think  cheers bob ......






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