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 Posted: Fri Aug 21st, 2015 12:21 am
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Next up A few of the locos











( that last one was right side up when uploaded ..no idea how to rotate it in gallery )







think that one needs some tlc


More to follow

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Some more from inside the shed , not the best as its dark and tight between the rows , hard to get a good clear shot so I stuck to the smaller stuff




now a few of 1338

















next Trojan No 1349







And then this little Fellow













Thats it for this batch next up traverser, turntable or cranes not sure which (or maybe a couple of diesels )

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And a few more from me!











and a couple from Pendon

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Nice Pugs Matt, even if some are the wrong shade of green :mutley


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Ok a couple more of 604 Phantom then, again I apologise for picture orientation..i need to find out how to rotate them in gallery as they rotate when uploaded :roll:









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Next up is DL26



















And last of the Locos 18000
















Thats it for locos....some permanent way, a couple of tankers ,traverser and turntable to come,  Oh and cranes

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Great pics Ron and Matt, thanks for sharing. :thumbs

Just for you Matt, and all members here with sore necks ! ;-);-)









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Thanks a bunch Gary.  :thumbs  Now. HOW did you do that ???

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I just copied and saved them onto my pc, opened them up on screen and rotated them there. ;-)

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very odd, i resized them on my pc the new images were saved right way up, but in uploading they got rotated and I could find no way to re rotate them in my gallery ?   did you re upload to your gallery before posting ?

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