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 Posted: Wed Aug 19th, 2020 07:17 am
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I'm absolutely with Michael here.  I'm an "out of the box" modeller although I am starting to consider weathering as an improvement.
I really envy you guys capable of turning out such superb models apparently, with such ease........

Whilst I'd quite like to have a go at kit building locos, I know my bankers couldn't stand the cost of all the rejects.  :cry:

Excellent stuff Ian - keep them coming - for me, it's more fun watching than it would be "doing".  :thumbs



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Thank you Peter and i have plenty of rtr stuff for the layout as well which runs way better than my kit builds. Usual modifications are screw couplings, real coal, crew and modest weathering but again still learning the art of that. 
I really need to get back to working on the layout and get it running again. I spend too much time at the workbench!!



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2 more BSL coaches added to the fleet. A 60ft corridor composite and a 57ft brake third. Now building a 50ft kitchen car from Comet to complete this set up.



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Working 2 projects simultaniously right now so plenty going on. One is a hybrid kit/scratch/rtr Jubilee. I had some parts left over from a mixed bag of stuff i got off ebay and one of the items was a tapered boiler and firebox

 looking very much like a 3A off a Jubilee with  a short firebox. Possibly a K's kit but not sure. It maybe off a Black 5 but it lines up nicely with the drawing i have of a Jubileee. However, its all i had along with cab sides from a JE etch. So using a Jamieson 5XP kit as a template, i scratchbuilt a footplate and cab roof from sheet brass. For the chassis i purchased a cheep DCC ready Hornby rebuilt royal scot. Progress so far; 

The other project is bedding in my scalescenes terraced houses with slaters plasticard facing and the scalescenes lock keepers cottage as the Station masters house. I am currently making the garden walls, and will then plant the veg patch and turf it in due course. Mrs Station Master is a keen gardener and wanted an ornamental pond!!






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I like that scene Ian. Good luck with the loco'.



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Garden is complete, just need to add water to the pond and almost complete on the areas around the terraced houses







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Thats super modelling Ian. I particularly like the differing road surfaces you have created in the lane.

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That has really changed the scene. Looks brilliant. 



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I am especially fond of the veggie garden.  Well done!



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Great modelling.
I can see myself sitting in that greenhouse. Lovely and warm on a winters day.



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Thanks all. Glad u like it. The lane surface is made using chinchilla sand mixed with fine woodland scenics grey ballast to break it up a little glued down over a polyfilla surface. The greenhouse is from Severn models. I need to order another of their tool etches to put around the veg patch.
"D5 Garden Tools Set - Severn Models" https://severnmodels.com/epages/eshop1179816.mobile/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/eshop1179816/Products/D.5

"D7 Greenhouse and Cold Frame - Severn Models" https://severnmodels.com/epages/eshop1179816.mobile/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/eshop1179816/Products/D.7

These can be put together using superglue and are lovely kits.



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