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    Woolney. The Sheep goes East. It's all Toby's fault.

    Sheep Dip, an small industrial something, somewhere or thereabouts, where rather charming little green engines can scamper about.

    Bleat Wharf. A bucolic corner of the dear old S&DJR in 4mm, modelled in a state of distress. { The railway, not me }

    Mutton, an odd corner of the splendid old L&SWR inhabited by some fine examples of Victorian engineering and blessed with unflincing eternal optimism.

    Sheep Lane, a small Ex-S&DJR goods yard on a shelf layout. My first layout, completed, exhibited and published. The start of it all.

    Throughout all of this, I continue to explore the possible modelling applications of Swedish furniture.

    The photography of Norman Lockhart and Ivor Peterborough documents the molluscesque progress of all matters.

    Bath Railway Enthusiasts And Sylvan Travel Society. {B.R.E.A.S.T.S}

    Refining the Horrocksford Shovel to the point of no return......

    Sheep and their involvement in the less well known corners of the S&DJR, the L&SWR and their role in all things railwaylike.

    Zen and the art of railway modelling.

    And if course we must not forget The Memsahib, Memsahib Minor and NHY 581 Jnr.

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  1. Morning Rob. The station building looks lovely as does the canapé. With regards to the sticky subject of the doors, would the glue hold if the mating surfaces were primed/painted first? Not ideal but this might act as a barrier to the surface that won't take to the glue. Rob.
  2. You've clearly thought about this. To be fair he was exceptional in Zulu.
  3. Now.........thats provoked some thought. From the sheep then......and not to be treated as an endorsement of a remake.... A. Valentine, the bibulous financier of the railway. - Stephen Fry ( think of the scene where he produces his cheque book in the pub) B. Reverend Weech, the train obsessed vicar. - Rowan Atkinson...... C. Blakeworth, the cycling town clerk and regular commute. - Martin Freeman. D. Squire Gordon, everyman who wants the railway to remain open.- Simon Pegg. E. Bishop of Welchester- Martin Clunes.
  4. Setting those issues to one side, Paul, Henry does look quite the jolly chap. Rob.
  5. I'm not hugely familiar with the area but the area of the Fountain is most attractive. I seem to recall images of the pub with a lorry or two in the foreground? Rob
  6. Hi George. That really does look the part. I always find once you start plonking structures about, you have a real, perhaps the first, insight into how the layout will look. Rob.
  7. Not quite all....some of us bleat....
  8. Top stuff Alex. That would appear to set the time of year for the layout then. Rob.
  9. Just twigged what this is all abough.
  10. Well spotted Tim. That is in fact.....Ted. My companion for the last 56 years and still providing a sympathetic ear and advice when needed. He is accompanied by Snowy, a smaller bear just out of sight. Snowy has looked after me for as long as Ted has. Rob.
  11. Indeed Mark. More than a couple are destined for my embryonic W&U project as well as the Great Eastern BLT to come afterwards. Rob.
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