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Hi Ron.  A very good neat job you have there, but would you tell us the baseboard dimensions as seen of the terminus ?   all the best. Kevin



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Hi Kevin, the baseboard is 12' x 2' and the fiddle yard 5' x 2' 
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I've decided to call it 'Sheringbourne' as it's an amalgum of the two stations on the North Norfolk railway.The bridge has been rebuilt and positioned where the Sheringham one is and the run round finishes at a closed level crossing as per Sheringham also!

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Hi Ron.  Thank you for your reply, a fellow modeller expressed doubts, with my 24" wide plan. But it works okay for you. That is a handy loco lift you have there, did you buy it? Or did you make it? all the best.  Kevin



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Hi Kevin, it's a Peco lift. I have 4 in the fiddle yard, they are handy because your just put them on the track and the loco drives straight into it, reverse it and the loco drives out again or remove from the track for storage. Very handy, by the way any more than 24" wide at that height (42") and you won't be able to reach the back!!

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Maybe the name should be Sheringbourne Holt to allow for any future expansion :lol: :lol: :lol:



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I think one shed is enough!! :)



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Twilight at Sheringbourne shed.






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Tried my hand at some weathering, not sure if I've over done the LMS cattle wagon?








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Looks pretty good to me Ron. :thumbs



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An 'old time' photo of Sheringbourne with the arrival of a mixed goods from Holt..




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Hi Ron.   Excellent , and there's me faffing around and not leaving the depot. A mixed goods, did that include passengers or is that a parcels coach?  Nice groundwork .  All the best. Kevin



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Think it does Kevin, a works coach!  :)



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