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NHY 581

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NHY 581 last won the day on April 13

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

    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.

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

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  1. Unlikely. Holding matches with ones hooves is tricky to say the least and then there is the obvious risk of setting ones wool alight. Nope, not sheep. Rob.
  2. Apologies, I thought you were on the right. My bad. Rob.
  3. That said, T Yakeee, I have to say I do like your guests choice of scarf and bow tie. Very dapper. Rob.
  4. Afternoon LBSC, You are of course far too kind but thank you. Rob.
  5. ****Modelling Alert **** Mick, do you have a tip for the removal of oil deposits on a loco body prior to weathering? I have heard IPA is good but would welcome your thoughts on it. Rob
  6. Hi Grahame.. I've used either neat PVA or thinned PVA. I suspect the issues arise from fibres which have remained loose despite several passes of the hoover. I've also used 6mm fibres in places and it's possible these are simply too long and get pulled as the loco passes. It's not a big issue but one to be aware of. Rob.
  7. Just looked. That would be interesting. The challenge would be keeping the static grass on the layout and not letting the locos hoover it up. I get a fair bit of ingress into the locos on Sheep Dip. Rob.
  8. Bless ewe! In theory yes. But I need to remind myself of the sizes etc...I reckon the scenic area could be an area of 5ftx3ft....ish Yes. Weeds etc...... Rob.
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