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Sorry guys and gals - I hadn't realised there wasn't a thread for the September Picture of the Month......

Please add your selections to this thread. :thumbs




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My selection for this month is of Ian Lancaster's "modified" Scalescenes terraced houses :




You can read all about it here : https://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=16839&forum_id=101



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Come on chaps and chapesses, this is the reminder - only 9 days to go and we only have 2 nominations for Picture of the Month and zero votes.................. 



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My nomination for September:


https://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=15905&forum_id=181&page=26



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My vote goes with Claus and the lovely coaches

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Moi aussi, bravo Terry.

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I agree with Barry and Bill. My vote for the September photo goes to Terry’s super photo.



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I'll vote for the coaches. :cheers



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Sorry been away. Am I too late to add this one?
A great image from Tetleys Mills




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Certainly not too lare Chris but, unless you have a crowd of mates ready to vote for it, judging by the previous few posts, I think you'll struggle to get anywhere against those coaches ......... ;-) :cheers



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Although the others have merrits I'll go with Claus and the couches



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Barchester wrote: Although the others have merrits I'll go with Claus and the couches
I would go with Claus and his coaches too (dunno about his couches, though  ;-) :lol: ).

The gate stock models have a lot of atmosphere to them, and Col. Stephens' layout has that in bucket-loads as well.



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I vote for the Tetley Mills photo.



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No prizes fr guessing this month's run away winner - it's Terry's coaches:



They can be found here: https://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=15905&forum_id=181&page=26



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Petermac wrote: No prizes fr guessing this month's run away winner - it's Terry's coaches:



They can be found here: https://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=15905&forum_id=181&page=26

I'm growing to like that colour! My vote got delayed in the mail



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Thank you all.  I am overwhelmed and honoured to receive this award.  I would like to thank the Director, Producer and the crew.  Thanks also go to my Mum and Dad, without whom none of this would have been possible.  Thanks are due to EFE Models by Bachmann, who played no small part in securing this award.  I will finish my short acceptance speech by saying that this award isn't just for me.  It is for all those modellers who have, in the darkest hours of the night and way past bedtime, struggled to add the finishing touches to that model which has only taken them fifteen years to complete!
I love you all!

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col.stephens wrote: Thank you all.  I am overwhelmed and honoured to receive this award.  I would like to thank the Director, Producer and the crew.  Thanks also go to my Mum and Dad, without whom none of this would have been possible.  Thanks are due to EFE Models by Bachmann, who played no small part in securing this award.  I will finish my short acceptance speech by saying that this award isn't just for me.  It is for all those modellers who have, in the darkest hours of the night and way past bedtime, struggled to add the finishing touches to that model which has only taken them fifteen years to complete!
I love you all!

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Brilliant Terry    :thumbs



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