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  1. There is a video of Dillmouth in action at the Witham show on YouTube -
  2. The layout proved very popular with our visitors at the show - and ran without any faults, although we did burn out Percy, so that's off to the repair yard now.
  3. Just to let you know - Whitebelle will be on show at the Enfield Whitewebbs Model Railway Show tomorrow! Come along and see it plus 16 other layouts. Whitwebbs Museum of Transport in Enfield - EN2 9HP Full details at www.ewrm.org.uk
  4. Hello all - the list of 17 exhibiting layouts is currently confirmed as: Brownsville - HO Clone Line - OO In the dock - L Ken Kenny Castle - N Kings End - Hornby Dublo 3 rail Lindsell Town - OO Little Colne - OO-FS Masbury to Windsor Hill – N Middleton - OO Oakgrove Central - N Porlock - OO Sine Nomine Terminus - O Tappers of Bromley - O The Trench - OO-9 Whitebelle - OO Whitewebbs Park - OO Wilstone - O-16.5 -- subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.
  5. This years show takes place at the Whitewebbs Museum of Transport in Enfield, North London - the clubs home. The exhibits are in various locations - the ground floor of the Museum, in the new exhibition hall, Copelands Room, and in the railway carriage clubhouse. To find us use the postcode: EN2 9HP or by train to Crews Hill station. Full details can can be found on our website - www.ewrm.org.uk There will be 15+ layouts covering most scales - full list revealed soon; many traders and more. Doors open at 10:30 am, with free parking on site - and a fully accessible location. Adults £5; Children (under 11 if accompanied) FREE, Children (11 to 16) £3. Family ticket: (2 adults+children) £13 We have several layouts focused on inspiring the younger visitors (next generation of modellers) including the chance to drive a gigantic Thomas and Percy and a completely new hands-on visitors are in charge layout - whitebelle. We are an everyone is welcome event. Car parking is free. Plenty of toilets. Refreshments and light lunches available in the museum cafe. Large outdoor picnic area.
  6. An early morning view down Whitebelle high street - you can see a Southern tank engine in the distance going over the crossing.
  7. Yes you did well to do that...! I still haven't received it in the post....!! For any future show's he may appear at I'd strongly recommend people avoid him.
  8. Latest update - continuing work on the scenery a horse field added (whitebelle ... its a bit like black beauty in name, which was a horse... ) and someone hanging out their washing. Nearly finished now - just some more trees to plant and an awkward empty space in the middle to fill in.
  9. The finished tunnel and crossing combo - with Bertie bus waiting for Thomas.
  10. creating a path for the footbridge then adding weeds to soften the landscape mat uniformness...!
  11. And... here is how we got to the photo above... 1 - firstly ballast spreading.: 2. Glue dribbling... 3. Waiting for glue to dry... 4. Making the tunnel portals.. 5. and hiding the buffer...
  12. It's been awhile - 6 weeks since last post here is the latest look ... scenery is mostly done a few trees still to place, the town buildings are placed, the tunnel finished and next it's to install working signals one is in to the left of the station one to go and switches are still loose too. on the hill top will be a field of horses.
  13. Prices -- Adults £5; Children (under 11 if accompanied) FREE, Children (11 to 16) £3. Family ticket: (2 adults+children) £13 Featuring 15+ layouts of various scales - one is brand new and exclusively unveiled this year; several are focused on younger visitors including the chance to drive gigantic Thomas and Percy; along with a supporting trade stands The exhibits are in various locations - the ground floor of the Museum, in the new exhibition hall, Copelands Room, and in the railway carriage clubhouse. Doors open 10:30 am to 4:30 pm. Everyone is welcome - we are disabled friendly. Car parking is free. Refreshments and light lunches available. Large outdoor picnic area.
  14. This shows the current overall view - one board is further on than the other (it splits into two 4x2 boards) however trains are running! Total time spent: 9 hours.... Roughly: 1 hour baseboard construction. 1 hour track planning and marking. 2 hours painting the board and sky back scene. 2 hours on installing the track and electrics. 1 hour on landscape mat fitting. 30 minutes on installing the controllers. 1 hour on making the tunnel. 30 minutes fixing down the first set of buildings.
  15. Another week (and a bit) here is our latest progress... So, a bit of cheating by using a landscape mat for the large green areas, its very uniform and will be subsequently toned down with scatter. Lots of glue was spread, matt rolled out and cut to fit the areas then power controllers (basic Hornby ones) were installed. Then moved onto making the tunnel using lots of polystyrene!
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