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Brian Harrap

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Brian Harrap last won the day on May 5 2012

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  1. Nice ideas thank you. I may have to go back for another look B
  2. I'm glad I left it until this morning. My head hurts. Reckon I could have built another layout in the time it took me to plough through that lot. B
  3. Thanks - I'll check it out in the morning. B
  4. Thought I'd show you this. P87 filled with tiling grout, setts hand carved. Many an operator not paying proper attention has found himself going the wrong way on this one. Part of my QUAI:87 layout. Brian.
  5. Hello Andy, I'd love to read all about 00-p but I can't find the entry Baron
  6. Sometimes when I'm wandering around the Quays I get lucky and something unexpected turns up.
  7. Nice find alastairq but I still can't fathom whats going on. Thanks anyway B
  8. That's the problem, I didn't photo the rest - what a plonker. I know it is at the Strasshoff museum site nr Vienna. B
  9. This one from a building in Gauda
  10. The curved warehouse/factory was styled after one I came across in Bristol. Ok so mine doesn't curve around a river bank (might have been a waterway there at sometime I suppose) but that didn't stop me having a go at it. B
  11. A chance comment by Re6/6 of this parish regarding the loco shed on QUAI:87 (He'd come across a lookalike) prompts me to share with you the prototype shed that inspired the one I built for the layout. It's the one at Le Crotoy, France. Many of the structures on QUAI:87, however unlikely they may seem, have a real life parenthood somewhere or other. Baron
  12. I saved a couple of locos from my ill fated P76 engineering layout with a view to offering them a new home on QUAI:87. One that is happily trundling about the QUAI's is the Sentinel diesel. This may be one of the few locos that has run on three differing trackwork technologies, having started off as course scale 00 (tinplate) then converted to P76 (P4 in old money) and then back to P87. Still with me? The last change was the easiest. I wonder why 4mm modellers don't just accept the 16.5mm track gauge (which at normal viewing looks just fine) and just stick protoscale wheels on stock so as to e
  13. The new hoist is of course at present in the locked down position. B
  14. You'll not have seen the new hoist then?
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