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  1. Hi GWR_Mike, I do tend to change these kits, and use a bit of plastic here and there. I used some wills wooden planks for the top of the doors. Regards Paul.
  2. Thank you. Its mainly woodland scenics foliage a mixture of olive green and burnt green. Regards Paul.
  3. Thank You. It is just pretty much what you can see in the first post an oval of track with just a single siding. Unfortunately the layout got damaged in storage so I stripped it down. Saved what I could and scrapped the rest. It was a shame but I'm glad It has been an inspiration to other modellers. Regards Paul.
  4. Thank you. The layout lives on a shelf in my living room and I mainly just have it as a scenic display. When I do want to shunt a few wagons around, the houses on the bridge lift out so I can get to the hidden sidings. Regards Paul.
  5. Thank you Kevin. No not at all, it had been stored away until I had a suggestion from Mikkel on one of my other threads that I should try and extend it. A little bit more contemplating followed then I made a start, I knew I wanted to keep it as a micro though. Regards Paul.
  6. A Short video of the now completed extension to Canal side. Regards Paul.
  7. Just uploaded a short video of Canal side to You Tube. Regards Paul.
  8. No Triplets, their other brother works at city goods. Regards Paul.
  9. A couple of figures added to the scene both from Dart castings Montys Models range. Regards Paul.
  10. Thought I would also share on here the result so far of turning my cake box entry into a micro layout. Regards Paul.
  11. An overall shot of the layout so far. Going to be adding a few figures to the scene. Then I think this will be about done. Regards Paul.
  12. Not had much time for modelling, so just a little update. have added a street light in front of the hut. Regards Paul.
  13. Thank You Steve. The one thing I always like to change on Scalescenes kits is the roof tiles I just feel plastic looks a lot better. Regards Paul.
  14. Thank You Mikkel, I used 1mm card to lift the sets to just about the right height, I also filed the edge where it meets the track. The plain track on the cake box was certainly a lot easier to do. Regards Paul.
  15. A Happy New Year to you all. So I managed to get some modelling done over the Christmas period. My attention turned to the left hand side of the layout. First up was a row of low relief houses from Scalescenes, these will sit over the hidden sidings and be removable. I then made a small hut for the front left of the layout. This is also a Scalescenes kit. Thanks for looking. Regards Paul.
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