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 Posted: Fri Jun 3rd, 2011 09:02 am
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Craig, is the little blue waiting cabin on the platform the Hornby cream offering normally found in their small station sets?

If it is you've done a good paint job on it!



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Hi there - it is the cream one. I've given it the corporate BR blue treatment and added some glazing. It looks a lot better. Thanks.



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Hi there,

I have just spend the last couple of hours catching up. You have some great scenes in your previous photos. And your weathering is second to none. Some of those locos look professionally detailed.

Very well done indeed.



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Hello Mick

Thats very kind of you - thanks.



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Been sprucing up some areas of the layout and giving Hornby 50004 a black roof, red buffer beam and transforming it into 50003 Temeraire. That will be 50002 / 003 & 004 in order on the layout.

The large numbers from Fox are a PIG to slide off the sheet and I cursed as I wasted two number 3's in the process! Aargh







 



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Good work again, Craig.



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Craig, I had major issues with the transfers on the 153 that I did, but I decided that it was just down to the timing of them being in the water -......I didn't leave them for long enough or I left them in for too long !!!



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I've been making up some cutting side retainers using coffee stirrers and H section from kernow Models. They have been cut to size and glued with PVA. I've thrn sprayed them with brown plastikote textured - which matched a wood effect rather well. i then painted the stanchions either rusty or concrete.

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Very effective they are too. I just love simple ideas. I have also stuck it in the Index for future reference.



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Another sequence of photos showing work in another area. One of the last areas to work on the entire layout actually! Do I get a prize! :mutley

Heres the progress:

. It's an awkward area to photograph with a train, so here is the work in progress...

 The area was built up using layers of polystyrene PVA'd together and covered with plaster of P sheets. (The tufts were shown to illustrate the level areas.





 The non grass areas were then stippled with Mod Roc and grooves added. Once dried, a light grey base was used for the colour and then concrete, brown and dark grey were dry brushed on. White and black powder paint was added lastly.

Scatter including real sand, flock and ballast were added to give some relief then the hanging basket liner to the flat areas. The deep ballast boards were then fitted to the front of the area to prevent rock falls!!













 




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Love it Craig. Once more simple and very effective. I'm sure anyone could follow that and get good results.



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A new angle is now available of the layout with the near completion of the other side of the harbour, though it's awkward to get to, and there is the main station in the background. I may get a screen put up for photographic purposes. It does have a deep depth of field though. The curve is obviously very sharp but hopefully doesnt spoil the view too much.

I'm planning to replace the coarse Hornby viaduct handrails with this brass ones, and build in some recesses (like the one at Hayle), but that will be a winter job!






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I actually rather like the coarse railings on the viaduct Craig. It adds a certain character to it even though they are a little over scale. Nicely "un-straight" as well. Good work on the whole project.

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It's an odd feeling completing a layout scenery wise, I always enjoyed having a bit more to do. I may update all the brought buildings with scratchbuilt ones in the months to come, and light the layout. I have joined most of the "tails" of the lamps, now need to round'em up into blocks and run the cables back to the juice and a switch.

Here are some recent pictures and a new arrival, 47593 Galloway Princess (nothing to do with George).




The area under the link road bridge is now a view for photos, here 37254 ready to back into the yard.





 



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Sold some Liam locos on E Bay and thought I'd leave the money in PayPal for a while..... Then saw Hattons had 4 CEPs in blue / grey for £88. That didnt last long then. So much for me sticking to the WR, so this is ANOTHER off region visitor.



The 4 CEP looks at home amongst a NSE class 50 & 33108 despite no third rail!!



The 4 CEP gets a tow from 33108 past Sandy Hill Jn




 



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Hi Craig
When is the 3rd rail going down????

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Hi mate - no 3rd rail just some imagination and the occasional shove by a 33 or 73!



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I have only just caught up with your layout thread, Craig. I like what I see!

As to "finishing" the scenery, well, there's probably no such thing! There are always items that can be improved or replaced as your modelling skills improve or simply better commercial models become available. That's not to say what you have done isn't anything less than superb (that was a compliment if you can wade through the convolutions of my grammar!!).

So many class 50s!!  :thumbs



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Hi Craig

It seems we had the same idea!

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Did you took these photographs outside under daylight? The illumination looks very realistic.

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