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  1. Nadolig Llawen Duncan. Still hopeful of seeing the layout in the flesh one day! Stay safe, Christian.
  2. branchie

    N gauge BBA

    This would be fantastic news!
  3. Thanks for all the replies gentlemen. There's a lot to consider and give further thought. I still haven't quite narrowed down a location and timescale yet. This is a task for this week based on further research. Branchie.
  4. So, it looks like I'm falling for the charms of British Columbia and am toying with the thought of an N scale layout. There's something quite alluring to these trains in quite stunning scenery. I've a few questions running through my mind at present: 1) What are useful sources of information to better my understanding of the prototype 2) What options are there in terms of rolling stock (acknowledge that this is an extremely broad question) - and how can I better understand eras and geographical locations. 3) What UK shops would you recommend?
  5. Blimey, those boards aren't going anywhere, are they!?! Very impressed by the sturdiness and tidiness of the construction.
  6. It's a proxy website to purchase Japanese goods which sellers are unwilling to post internationally
  7. Does anybody have any experience of using the Zen Market web site to buy models from Japan? The process appears to be relatively straightforward, but any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Christian.
  8. Now that the MK2F coaches have arrived, is anybody considering selling some of their MK2D coaches in Blue Grey? I'm looking for some Chinese designed and produced models (FOs in particular) rather than the Poole produced versions. Thanks.
  9. A crackin' layout. Can't wait to see it on the road at some point in the future
  10. These look interesting. Where did you source them from? Thanks.
  11. I've only just come across this extremely sad news. Peter was a real character and gentleman - and a truly outstanding modeller. The quality of his layouts, and the skills and knowledge he freely demonstrated and shared, are a true testament to his abilities, creativity and ingenuity. It has been as number of years since I last saw Peter at the old unit or at the local show in Llanberis, but I have never forgotten his friendly and welcoming nature and how jaw droppingly impressive his models always were. Rest in peace Peter. The world of model making is a poorer place
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