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    Wexford Town, Republic of Ireland
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    Irish railways 1960s to early 2000s; Heritage UK railways late GWR/early BR era; Railway modelling O, OO and N scale; Current affairs; Walking & cycling; Classical music & ballet

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  1. Fitted Studio Scale Model's Irish Platform Lamps as well as the Peco SmartSwitch servo system to operate the SSM Level-crossing Gates and Starter/Home Signals all with operating lamps!
  2. Ballybeg viaduct ready for installation of tracks/wiring. Note different scenes under each archway!
  3. Ballybeg is getting a refurbished (lifting) viaduct as part of an upgrade:
  4. Working on a kit from Studio Scale Models of uniquely Irish level-crossing gates for addition to my "Ballybeg" OO gauge Irish layout. I plan to fit working lamps and to operate the gates using servo motors in time.
  5. A couple of shots of "Shunters Yard" in its new GWR livery:
  6. Shunters Yard is being repainted in GWR colours starting with a renovated signal box gifted by a friend:
  7. Timber Track's cattle dock now painted and complete:
  8. Signal box completed with detailed interiour:
  9. Timber Track's Goods Shed is now complete:
  10. Signal box exteriour complete with interiour detail underway:
  11. The Goods Shed has had its "dry-brushing" with red brick paint leaving the "mortar" lines showing through:
  12. The Goods Shed and Cattle Dock get their undercoat of Humbrol No. 121 prior to dry-brushing with brick paint mix:
  13. "Buffers Lock" station building is now almost complete. Note interiour detailing including toilet!
  14. Buffers Lock signal box gets the dry brush technique on its brickwork to match the station building:
  15. Started painting the station building using a base-coat with dry-brush technique which allows the base-coat to show up as the mortar lines!
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