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 Posted: Mon Feb 2nd, 2015 08:30 pm
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Here's a short trip from 2000 on my N gauge railway!


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 Posted: Tue Feb 3rd, 2015 11:57 am
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Short but very sweet Bob.SWMBO's words were "amazing" and she's not into model railways so if she was impressed it must be good.:doublethumb



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What camera did you use on the video it looks great, get some music in there that would make it come to life but brilliant modelling.



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Now if you hadn't said, I don't think anyone would realise that's N gauge.

Brilliant little video in such a small scale :thumbs

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really enjoyed that,nice one
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Geoff I wrote: What camera did you use on the video it looks great, get some music in there that would make it come to life but brilliant modelling.

He's a link showing the camera i use...the size of a lighter! Easy to use and fits onto a rolling chassis a treat!

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lighter-Spy-USB-Mini-DV-DVR-Hidden-Camera-Camcorder-UK-Seller-/251818490026?pt=UK_Gadgets&hash=item3aa18d38aa

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