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 Posted: Sun Sep 19th, 2021 04:03 pm
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Hi Chris. Thank you, I was referring to the question of couplers breaking away with long trains and on gradients ,a subject that I don’t have a problem with, unless, the Kadee springs go???  Best wishes Kevin 



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Chris. Thank you, I was referring to the question of couplers breaking away with long trains and on gradients ,a subject that I don’t have a problem with, unless, the Kadee springs go???  Best wishes Kevin 
I don’t have that issue either, no gradients! :mutley



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Hi Chris.   Thank you for your reply. But I thought that I had already told you “ that the neighbour who gave me the van had found it hidden in the hedge “ left by the postman (deliver and run). My problem is to either have a spare van or to return it, not a problem with a room size layout!    Best wishes Kevin 



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If you grew up in the 80's you will be good at finding the the latest visitor to Teasel Bay! 

He is visiting as part of a layout tour for a week. Keep an eye out for him in other photos.



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Found him!!!!



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Hi Chris.  “That’s the way to do it “ . Just one question “ is it “ Animal, Vegetable or Mineral “ ? Best wishes Kevin 



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longie wrote: Found him!!!!
Well done! I’ll have to make the next photo more difficult!



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Chris.  “That’s the way to do it “ . Just one question “ is it “ Animal, Vegetable or Mineral “ ? Best wishes Kevin 
It’s Wally! Off of the Where’s Wally books Kevin. 



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My children enjoyed the Wally puzzles in the 80's. And now my grandchildren enjoy them. Although over the years, Wally seems to have accumulated a family.
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Hi Chris.   I was hoping that it was the “Punch and Judy” show, as for Wally that was the nickname of one of the guards “Walter” at my depot.   Best wishes Kevin



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A few years ago I built a 1/48 red arrows hawk kit, it came with 2 pilots but I only put one in the model, the other got a striped paint job and me and the misses hide him around the house, it's sometimes months before he is found again...



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Hi Andy.    In my  Railway Room I put important items in a safe place, some times I even make a note of the location and when I require whatever I cannot find it.  Best wishes Kevin



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‘To the seaside, Mr. Bean’. Today Mr Bean travelled by train to the seaside but by the time he got there it was dark!




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Hi Chris  Mr Bean the Railway and Teasel Bay both receive fame. Bravo indeed. Best wishes Kevin



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Thanks Kevin & Marty. The figures are from https://scale3d.co.uk/ who have some interning characters and even create bespoke people for your layout. The lady who paints them is called Sue and she does a brilliant job. 



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Hi Chris.   Thank you for your reply. After thinking long and hard about populating some of my carriages, I took the plunge, but,soon realised my error, passengers on a train that is stabling. As for painting them, they were painted in China? at least before leaving the workhouse/factory. Then I turned to Modelu, a much better choice, but. I haven’t got anyone to do the painting unless I win the lottery then I can purchase them already painted. I still have a long way to go Back scene, Ground cover, Weathering, and that is just for starters. Meanwhile, Best wishes Kevin  



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Nice one Chris  :thumbs


Passed Driver wrote: Hi Chris.   Thank you for your reply. After thinking long and hard about populating some of my carriages, I took the plunge, but,soon realised my error, passengers on a train that is stabling. As for painting them, they were painted in China? at least before leaving the workhouse/factory. Then I turned to Modelu, a much better choice, but. I haven’t got anyone to do the painting unless I win the lottery then I can purchase them already painted. I still have a long way to go Back scene, Ground cover, Weathering, and that is just for starters. Meanwhile, Best wishes Kevin  

Kevin nowt to stop you putting in a couple of cleaners while the carriage is sitting in the sidings ? And someone in 'High Viz' fixing something. Good excuse to have the carrage lit up as well  :thumbs



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Chris.   Thank you for your reply. After thinking long and hard about populating some of my carriages, I took the plunge, but,soon realised my error, passengers on a train that is stabling. As for painting them, they were painted in China? at least before leaving the workhouse/factory. Then I turned to Modelu, a much better choice, but. I haven’t got anyone to do the painting unless I win the lottery then I can purchase them already painted. I still have a long way to go Back scene, Ground cover, Weathering, and that is just for starters. Meanwhile, Best wishes Kevin  

Kevin nowt to stop you putting in a couple of cleaners while the carriage is sitting in the sidings ? And someone in 'High Viz' fixing something. Good excuse to have the carrage lit up as well  :thumbs
Hi Matt.  Good idea, and if one remembers that the 2BIL would run round in virtual darkness, except when going through a tunnel, all day long.  Best wishes Kevin 



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I have got to admit I love lights! I’m drawn to stock which has lights and I plan to add more lighting! As for people Kevin, you can get away with a lower quality of figure in carriages. 
Populating Teasel with people is a far more expensive task than I originally planned.  Each set of people seem to disappear in Teasels landscape!



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