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  1. I have just been to the West Country on a break and went to various railway stations . Then I watched the virtual exhibition video of this layout. Thinking that the model looked a bit like Castle Cary. As I had got a Class 165 train from Westbury to this station. So when it was announced that the layout was based on Castle Cary, I nearly fell off my chair!! Great work! They have just finished building a second footbridge for the crowds that come to Glastonbury. This could be your new challenge. Included is the iconic HST stop sign and a evening view from your road bridge.
  2. Great videos! The sound of the train is nice. It appears you have continuously welded track, as I can not hear the rail joints!
  3. Looks like most NDM you get on eBay with pantograph and other details missing!
  4. Hi! Strangely, I had been start to do up an old class 25 last week. Smoothing down the cab fronts to remove the doors. I did look at swapping the wheels for coach wheels as they have the same diameter axles and chopping of the gears. ( you can do that on Lima engines, but they have thicker axles!) Ran in to the same problem you did! is they a Facebook link I can follow or have you got photos on here to see now? Thanks!
  5. Like the Yeoman 59 taking you the ARC PTA wagons! I think it happened when motive power was hired in to cover faults.
  6. I do love the “sky hooks” holding up the building above the missing platforms!
  7. I do love the “sky hooks” holding up the building above the missing platforms!
  8. Hi! Have you done some more to this wonderful model?
  9. Looking a bit like a short class 50 in this livery! If only they had keep them on! black window frames? You will be doing a Network South East one next!
  10. No topic for my home layout. This has been a work in progress for too long! A folded figure of eight round the loft. I have done a few n gauge layouts. Newton Craig went to the club’s exhibition. I started this one in December, but it has stalled and waiting for inspiration. My club has a good OO 3rd rail layout, I have been working on.
  11. A better coach as it is a mk3a as in being the loco hauled stock, rather than HST. It has the right roof vents at the ends, rather than the HST style ones. Now for you to make it a four window type RFM! Are you going to make the 8 window TSO? As there were normally only two 7 window TSO per train? What will be your train length? Mk2f DBSO two 7 window mk2f TSO 68XX four 8 window mk2f TSO one mk3a RFM or mk2f RFB two 7 window mk2f FO class 86 or 90 You have made more progress than I have, as I have only done the first pain
  12. A better coach as it is a mk3a as in being the loco hauled stock, rather than HST. It has the right roof vents at the ends, rather than the HST style ones. Now for you to make it a four window type RFM! Are you going to make the 8 window TSO? As there were normally only two 7 window TSO per train? What will be your train length? Mk2f DBSO two 7 window mk2f TSO 68XX four 8 window mk2f TSO one mk3a RFM or mk2f RFB two 7 window mk2f FO class 86 or 90 You have made more progress than I have, as I have only done the first pain
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