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StephenB

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  1. I agree with Clearwater, Sydney Gardens is a delightful layout, one of those where you can just stand and watch trains go by. Stephen
  2. Tony I’ve seen your attempt at reproducing Essendine. As you say, some of the curves are a tad on the tight side but, overall, I thought it quite convincing. Stephen
  3. You’ll enjoy seeing it in the flesh. Stephen
  4. John Keep up the good work. Irish modellers are getting spoilt these days with the choice. Stephen
  5. Nice, smooth running - very impressive. Stephen
  6. Robert I’ve just come across this and I have to say what a lucky chap you are to have care of Minsterley. I saw it a number of times at my local exhibition in Cheltenham and each time was a delight. The other layout that was equally delightful was Mullion, Peter’s take on Helston. I believe he sold it to a chap in Holland who used to keep Peter updated on his layout. Stephen
  7. We haven’t seen any recent updates. Are things still progressing ok with Gort? Stephen
  8. As one who models Irish modern image, I’ve found your posts about BR modern image quite inspirational. I particularly liked your reasoning for leaving much of the station infrastructure out, namely that it gets in the way of watching the trains. The problem with social media is that people can post whatever they like without fear of upsetting people. It’s the modern form of cowardice. It’s for that reason that I leave Facebook alone. Mrs B seems to get on ok with her account. I do hope you’ll reconsider your decision to quit. Stephen
  9. As one who models Irish modern image, I’ve found your posts about BR modern image quite inspirational. I particularly liked your reasoning for leaving much of the station infrastructure out, namely that it gets in the way of watching the trains. The problem with social media is that people can post whatever they like without fear of upsetting people. It’s the modern form of cowardice. It’s for that reason that I leave Facebook alone. Mrs B seems to get on ok with her account. I do hope you’ll reconsider your decision to quit. Stephen
  10. That’s interesting because I emailed Hatton today asking for an update and their reply was that they didn’t know when they were arriving. Steohen
  11. It’s amazing the topics that get covered here, but how did we come to be discussing prostate cancer and the PSA test? As one who has had the disease, and been successfully treated, it is good to see the topic being raised. The PSA test is extremely accurate but it’s what is done with the results that seems to be the problem. We have yet to arrive at a definitive test for diagnosis. It’s not known how many men will die with prostate cancer rather than of the disease without ever knowing but the number is large, believe me. Stephen
  12. Some good stuff there. Stephen
  13. I spent my entire working trying to deal with all aspects of flooding, both river and tidal. I say trying because it is virtually an insoluble problem. Sort out one person's problem and you invariably make another worse. People are the real problem, trying to live and work where they shouldn't. I have had a house flooded so I know what people are going through. Stephen
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