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 Posted: Mon Apr 26th, 2021 01:38 pm
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Welcome..
Looks an interesting project,
Another one from Norfolk Here, so far East I'd get my feet wet if I went any further,

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Hi Q, thanks for the welcome, Hmm hope the salty atmosphere is ok for model railways then, urghh what's worse the soil I get blown off the fields or sand from the beaches :)



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Welcopm and i'm in Norfolk as well. Just in Feltwell!



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IanLMS wrote: Just in Feltwell!
Ah with the giant "golf balls"! haha.



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Thank you again for the welcomes, we have just had another modeller move into our village AND I discovered a widow who has some track & bits and would like some help setting it up, seems Norfolk is indeed becoming populated by modellers!



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It's not good  good for the decking outside all the so call passivated screws rusted through.. I built the railway shed with all stainless steel screws!!The view from the Model railway shed,, Sand dunes one way and the Norfolk Broads the other.. Damp we get..
We have a dehumidifier in the railway shed for when it gets really bad... That's with a damp proof membrane built into the shed floor too..



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The Q wrote: It's not good  good for the decking outside all the so call passivated screws rusted through.. I built the railway shed with all stainless steel screws!!The view from the Model railway shed,, Sand dunes one way and the Norfolk Broads the other.. Damp we get..
We have a dehumidifier in the railway shed for when it gets really bad... That's with a damp proof membrane built into the shed floor too..

Sounds nice, the view sounds idyllic. Where about are you?



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I didn't realise we had so many Norfolk members on here!
I hope you have all entered the Great Eastern Models boxfile competition for Saturday!?



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The Q wrote: It's not good  good for the decking outside all the so call passivated screws rusted through.. I built the railway shed with all stainless steel screws!!The view from the Model railway shed,, Sand dunes one way and the Norfolk Broads the other.. Damp we get..
We have a dehumidifier in the railway shed for when it gets really bad... That's with a damp proof membrane built into the shed floor too..
Are you sure your actually above the water table, glug glug :mutley



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