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AdeMoore

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  1. Very touching Tom, what a turn around and what a remarkable piece of modelling to mark your return to the top of model making. I hope financially you’re recovering too. I wish you every success with your continuing railway odyssey and writing about it. Also a window of sunshine showing positive outcomes are within reach for anyone suffering in similar ways. You are a great ambassador to the hobby. cheers Ade
  2. Umm good but preferred the first one more interest in an used point. JMHO….. Liking your techniques keep it coming, kitchen roll and PVA far cheaper than sculptimould! Learned something there.
  3. Enjoying the videos and this thread Andy inspired me on to building a new board/layout Made it a quay/wharf before you got going on your idea so that’s handy I’ll be picking up tips on your water install etc. The build is progressing at an amazing rate!
  4. My Meldon Quarry sits in the Micro’s & Dioramas section ought to be here really, but it’s just track on a board to date! This is a new board to adjoin it. Until next time Cheers
  5. Liking the video you just posted @Tom Fcouldnt praise it there as you decided against comments on there. I get that on that platform! looks spot on.
  6. Looking good that great work, can’t wait to see what Tom does with it and then on the Scaca Fell Forestry Crossing layout.
  7. Tom top drawer stuff, read the whole thread over the last couple of days after Rob @NHY 581mentioned it. What a fantastic build you have achieved, so realistic like all of your work though! The photography is a credit to you too. Looking forward to more of your quest to build more of the railway. I’ll be also interested to see how the foam board holds up. cheers Ade
  8. That is rather marvellous for a few twigs a bit of out the box track, some stock and buildings . Great angle you’ve found. You probably said already but the beat up shed where would I find such an offering? Might have a spot for one! Cheers Ade
  9. Brilliant stuff Richard can sense your own personal satisfaction with the branch, looks very good enjoyed the video. Cheers Ade
  10. Love the pin sharpness of the last photo. Hit the follow..
  11. Excellent work Al, did I miss the oxy acetylene trolley or is that new? Green bottle though not red, so something other than acetylene? Great watching this come together. Cheers Ade
  12. Cheers all for the helpful replies I’m just designing the baseboards now so need is not immediate. Just wanted the track in stock ready but I’ll wait a bit and see how Wayne gets on bringing the 00 to market, the CL version given the detail @hayfielddescribes sounds interesting I’ll take a look. thanks for all the replies Ade
  13. TBH I assumed my period end of steam on the Withered Arm I.e. Southern west of Exeter was bullhead now having a scout at photos it appears to be flat bottom. Where does that lead us? cheers for the info Pete. Ade
  14. Interesting Joseph from what I read on the topic he was committed to getting the EM stuff out first as they are suppliers to his product. Then once he’s honoured that moving to 00. Didn’t sound that imminent to me. perhaps you know more? cheers for the info. Ade
  15. Cheers Simon I guess your right, then go with code 75 points or Marcway I guess if they would match up. That’s what I was after another line of attack as you tend to get into tunnel vision. Cheers Ade
  16. Ah there you go I learned something today! So just the one 00 product then. Linky Think I’ll need something sooner than Wayne looks like getting more 00 to market. Thanks Ben.
  17. Hi Ben thanks for that, that’s British Finescale I referred to in the original post as sniped above. Nothing there yet bar one point in 00 RTP and code 40 on the kits bit to fine for me and my stock unfortunately. cheers for taking the time though. Ade
  18. Thanks Richard just the advice I was after. I was looking at DCC Concepts legacy track but was advised against it as it’s stainless steel very difficult to solder and I’m not even sure if it’s still being produced. Peco seems to be a none starter with its bullhead as there is track and just large radius points. So it looks like CLfinescale and Marcway are the only options for correct spaced sleepers and 16.5mm gauge 00. cheers again for the advice. Ade
  19. In track layout and design this got nowhere. Thought I’d try here. paste Andy’s link to Marcway was handy but no online shop? Is it a call them for a quotation thing? Then the British Finescale link seems to be coming along in N but no 00 track yet only a 00 point/turnout. Linky there is track components though but code 40 so probably to fine for me. I probably need some this winter so unsure if that range will develop fast enough for my needs. Anyone with any thoughts please feel free to comment below. cheers Ade
  20. Tins of paint gone hard never to be used but still sat there by the 100! Old biscuit tins full of nuts and bolts etc you stir with a screwdriver for what you might be looking for! Pratt’s petrol can and old Gtx cans (other brands are available) used for oil, petrol or what ever. A few items I can think of in my workshop. Top draw stuff there though Al. Cheers Ade
  21. RIP Gordon such sad news. Such was the interest and community commenting on the topic Eastwood Town I had to reduce my notifications from every post to daily back along otherwise my inbox would be full of nothing else. Great tributes on here and the topic or is it a thread will be a lasting tribute.
  22. I didn’t get as far as ordering anything earlier in the year. Andy’s link to Marcway was handy but no online shop? Is it a call them for a quotation thing? Then the British Finescale link seems to be coming along in N but no 00 track yet only a 00 point/turnout. Linky there is track components though but code 40 so probably to fine for me. I probably need some this winter so unsure if that range will develop fast enough for my needs. Anyone with any thoughts please feel free to comment below. cheers Ade
  23. Just a pointer on keeping your photos before letting your laptop go to the repairman. if you are in any way handy with a screwdriver buy a HDD caddy there are 2 types Sata and ??? Escapes me most are Sata you extract your hard drive Chuck it in one As per no association! Need another computer though on a usb lead navigate to the drive save anything you need. if the laptop is beyond repair you still have a handy external hard drive. Done this a couple of times. Enjoying the build. Cheers Ade
  24. Very much a passive on looker! A first time poster on your thread having subscribed from the start. I can’t further any of the other posters views, simply stunning what you produce and posting anything would simply clutter up your great thread. So I stick to likes and craftsmanship clever etc. reactions I’m a poor novice modeller so can add nothing of value really. I do model 4mm and have a couple of threads Meldon Quarry and Barnstable Quay but pace is glacial! Loving what you are creating here Jeff.
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