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Gravy Train last won the day on October 11 2013

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    St Helens Merseyside.
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    playing guitar, cycling, Chess and other boring things :-)
    Peter

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  1. It actually featured twice in that particular magazine, I think Ricey was the editor.
  2. Agree, lovely atmospheric prototype to model and captured very well indeed, am right in saying, absorbed into the GER then LNER etc?
  3. Hi, that’s a simple idea but very nice, great to see it come together and has a Ricey feel to it. Peter A L
  4. I can’t take credit for the photographs, 1st picture Tony Wright , 2nd picture Gilbert Barnett. 1st picture Carlisle Victoria buildings, 2nd picture Peterborough North.
  5. Looking good is that Tony, like the interior.
  6. Gilbert, that photo is just so realistic, fabulous
  7. Hi folks do anyone have photos of the layout ‘Hallfield Road’ by Ray Ward?? thnks
  8. Ha ha, great model tho, looks great very atmospheric. peter
  9. Delph Goode’s shed, tried to get it as real looking as I could, sorry about the background for the photo.
  10. Something a bit different. no my layout but I built the station building which is a scaled down version of Bolton upper level, I constructed the extensive platform canopy roof and walkway to platforms from upper access building. the church in the background I re painted from a Kit. the signal box is a scratch built lnwr box, the roofline in the foreground is of a Freelance build hotel I made and over 20 years old now.
  11. Hi Brassey, yes, no problem, I constructed these around 15 years ago, came across them in my old photo portfolio. Peter
  12. Lovely modelling, it’s good to see people scratch building, unique and very rewarding knowing you have created it. Peter
  13. Didn’t know that, this was a scratch build for a client, who owned the house in Oxford and wanted a model of it for in his office at work.
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