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  1. Absolutely love the latest images. Can’t wait to see progress. Can I ask what size the Thurso aspect takes up Take care/ stay safe mark
  2. Looking forward to following this. My Favourite line, shown off in a lovely space, to what appears to be a high standard.
  3. Glad the work went well and that things are getting back to normal. lovely picture as always. take care and stay safe. mark
  4. I know little about the guild but to better promote it I would suggest allowing (part of) the website to be viewed by non members. i say this as I was/am a big fan of Albannach which was on this forum. The user decided to stop updating on RMWeb but I was told that it was on the Guilds website. I tried to search it but was told I needed to log in first. I appreciate certain areas may need to be restrictive but access to the website is likely to be a good way of gaining interest in the gauge and adding new members. It’s a good way of showing off the skills of those involved alread
  5. Hi. does it look like there is enough interest in the British Fuels livery to consider the additional packs option.? regards mark
  6. They look really impressive Robert. other than ‘dry’ slotting the basic Goods shed together I havent done any work on my kit yet. As my layout plans are based loosely on Thurso I would like to see the stone engine shed but as I never thought I would see any Highland buildings in N I’m happy just to see the range grow! mark
  7. A Dutch one went for £150 last week. I put in one of the early bids so I got an email with 3 hours of the auction left advising the latest price and that I didn’t have long left to win the item. I declined! mark
  8. The engine shed looks nice but is too big for my requirements currently. hoping they release a single road design but regardless, the range is growing nicely. mark
  9. Hi Ardmore, I hope you are well. just seeing if there is any progress on the layout mark
  10. Newtonmore station would be fantastic. when I contacted them, they did suggest that they would be willing to look into downsizing Grantown or Longmorn but neither really fitted what I was looking for. Brora or Newtonmore are definitely of the design I was thinking off. heres hoping. mark
  11. Hi Robert, hope you like it. if there is something you fancy, give the guys an email. I was amazed at how quick and helpful they were. From a one line enquiry to an almost personalised design with a couple of weeks! regards Mark
  12. Hi all. Just to say I did also set up a separate thread in the smaller suppliers section for Pop Up. Mark
  13. Whilst reading the Peco thread I stumbled across a company called Pop Up, who has released a few models of scottish origin buildings. Their Goods Shed was of interest to me but they only advertised it as being available in OO. I contacted them to ask if they had any plans to release the model in N. They responded really quickly and advised of a few issues where they were not 100% comfortable in downsizing it to N. After a few email exchanges, I suggested a few options and to my suprise they offered to forward the CAD design to me so I could see if my suggestions would work. To my nov
  14. Further to Ben Alders post above, I contacted pop up designs and asked if they had an plans to release any of their other models in N gauge as I was especially interested in the highland goods shed. They responsed very quickly and they advised of their concerns over a few area's. To my suprise they gave me access to the CAD design and I gave my feedback on how to tweak it to work better in N. I must stress that I am only a novice and so any flaws you may have in the product are likely to be mine. The product is now available from their shop https://www.popupdesigns.co.uk/shop/ I
  15. name relates to the poor girl in this article https://www.ipswichstar.co.uk/news/train-for-terri-1-135502 regards Mark
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