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  1. Jeff I have used the Modelu guttering fixtures and was very happy with them. They may be a little lightweight for a railway/industrial building and they are TINY. But they look good as can be seen here
  2. The shed continues to blossom. The robustness of your construction makes my foam board/mounting board buildings look flimsy. D
  3. I’ve also bought a secondhand Lenz system for the new shunting plank and for the same reasons of familiarity and bulletproof ness! The she’d looks really good. D
  4. Obviously you’re less clumsy than me! I couldn’t risk a coffee cup anywhere near a control panel. D
  5. Great pictures as usual. Good to see the fruits of your labours. I never like to nag when nothing happens for days, or weeks. People have real lives away fromRMWeb which sometimes take priority over keeping the fans happy. D
  6. The latest edition of BRM arrived in my Readly inbox today. Although I have followed the viaduct build here I felt that the (relatively) short summary really served to emphasise just the scale of the task. D
  7. It would have to be post watershed if it was REALLY dirty! D
  8. Looking suitably grotty! Is “late evening paint mix” a separate mix to standard day time mix? D
  9. The “pretty” shots of the viaduct are great but this is an integrated system you are building. It all deserves and merits exposure (pun intended) D
  10. Lovely suite of photos, Jeff. Personal favourite would be No.2 D
  11. Just catching up with your question re modelling activity. I am currently working on a club project in readiness for the SEC next Feb (hopefully!) with another club layout in the wings. More interestingly (to me anyway) is the box containing laser cut baseboard bits in the spare room that will become my first home built layout in ages. A simple shunting plank will emerge over winter
  12. Wet track on the S&C? Surely not! The embankments are looking great. D
  13. Let me start by saying I can barely spell perspective so this notion can be dismissed at will. You could consider a bend to the left in the extension to lead it behind the pier. This might help fool the eye. D
  14. The first picture is very illuminating (bad pun, sorry). If you rearranged the lighting as suggested it would blend in very well with the backscene! Please don’t get too hung up on colour. If it looks right to your eye then that’s what matters. Cameras and phones tell porkies - unfortunately different ones! D
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