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Gwiwer wrote: SRman wrote: Petermac wrote: Ooooh errrr - interesting goings on in Railway Terrace, Waddlemarsh..........

Maybe it's  just an extension of a work meeting ........... :hmm


Petermac: They were just forming a committee!

p.s. some lovely modelling work there, Rick.

Thank you Jeff.  

I'm not sure what those two are up to but they might have closed the curtains first :roll:
unless there are drones flying around, those on upper floors don't expect people to be able to see in  ... unless there is a similar building across the road.



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Gwiwer wrote:

Thank you Jeff.  

I'm not sure what those two are up to but they might have closed the curtains first :roll:

If you aren't sure what they are up to, Rick, maybe you should watch them a bit longer. You might learn something.

How it all works: when a Mummy and a Daddy love each other ...

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All in the very best possible taste. And talking of tastes, my favorite wine is a local one from about 60km up the road in Jumilla, Murcia. The bodega is called De Lampa and the wine is exodo. A very fruity red, somewhat appropriate for the subject matter. It's one of the bodega's more expensive bottles at € 5.50 a bottle when we last bought it - we buy it by the case, in the interest of the environment of course, as it saves all that toing and froing in the car.


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That’s more than cheese and wine!
The buildings are coming on very nicely though!



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Ongoing furtling in the Waddlemarsh has seen a small coal facility installed at the end of the kick-back siding. This will be a public delivery facility though I’m sure some will be used to refill the bunkers of shunting locos at times.  This is an Ancorton “Sleeper Built Coal Staithe” assembled, painted, planted and supplied with two grades of coal from Woodland Scenics Mine Run and Cinders packs. The wagon also has Mine Run loaded and fixed with PVA. 







Railway Terrace has also been securely fenced off from the adjacent railway with six-foot chain-link fence also from Ancorton. This is the security fence kit with post toppers removed and barbed wire omitted. And of course it has been painted and weathered. 




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That coal looks good Rick - just like the real thing.   :thumbs

The rest of the scene isn't too shabby either .......... :cool wink



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Hi Rick,
The latest feature looks great 👍. The terraced houses with their interiors aren't bad either 😉 



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The pictures show some great modelling. I especially like the fencing, will have to have a look at the Ancorton offering when the time comes. Unfortunately for me, it's the subtle colours and weathering that make your scenes so good which is my achilles heel (among others).

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