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shedman

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    Runcorn
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    German HO and 0 era 4
    British preserved steam, mainly London Midland
    British diesel around 2000

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  1. Yes, I had a C Reg Austin 1100 which was 1965 and had black on white/yellow plates. Love the layout. Keep up the excellent work. Trevor
  2. Congratulations, Andy, on getting up and running. Almost as quickly as you build layouts. Now you've got it going, what's next? Only joking. All the best, Trevor
  3. Welcome back Andy. Glad you're settling in after the trauma of moving. It's good to see a picture of Seven Mills Sidings again, RMweb has been very quiet without you and I've missed my morning catch up. Looking forward to watching your progress now. All the very best to you both. Keep safe. Trevor
  4. All the Very Best with the move etc Andy. Looking forward to hearing about your adventures in the Pit of Doom. Trevor
  5. I have to say I preferred Kings Moreton, the roundy roundy with the hidden fiddle yard and the canal on the lifting flap. The scope for more scale length trains, steam or diesel, running through your magnificent scenery with the s curves did it for me. Trevor
  6. Glad the uncertainty is past for you Andy, and you can look to the future. Hope all goes well and you settle in quickly. Keep us up to date on the progress of your new railway room. All the very best to you both. Trevor
  7. Excellent work, Martin, and a fantastic view from your gate. How did you find working the Ken Patterson way on your new photo board? Look after yourself, all the best, Trevor
  8. I feel for you Andy. Moving house in normal times is stressful enough. I hope your solicitor and removal contractor sort it for you promptly and you are able to get it done asap. Thinking of you, All the Best, Trevor
  9. I hope you finish the road over bridge on Argyle Street first, it would be a shame to leave such a brilliant layout unfinished! All the Best, Trevor
  10. Thank you Andy. All the Best to you and yours. Thank you for all the pleasure, interest and knowledge your threads provide over the months. Hope your move is sorted soon. Trevor
  11. Exactly right Andy, especially about the floors! Warley seems particularly bad. Like the way you've fitted the controller in; quite often on layouts its an afterthought and becomes a problem to fit it in somewhere. Trevor
  12. Sorry Andy, I'll be there on Saturday. At 76 I'm finding two days on my feet to be too much. Young Trevor has become Old Git I'm afraid. But I can, and do, still enjoy your threads. I've looked at you old ones too. Keep up the good work. All the Best, Trevor
  13. Hi Andy, it's coming on well. I've used the DCC80's on a couple of layouts and they've been reliable so far. All the best, Trevor
  14. Good to see you're modelling again Andy. Is this the same Cadley Hill that Hornby did a green Austerity tank for, Cadley Hill No1? Good luck with the move. Trevor
  15. That's great, Andy. Filling the blank at the front is making a big difference. Just some capping on the bridge abutments, and you're really getting there. Love the sound of that 08, it really takes me back. All the best for the house move etc. Trevor
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