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KNP last won the day on December 4 2019

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    GWR mainly in the mid 1930's.

    Aim - to make the layout look as real as possible with trains passing through the countryside.

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  1. KNP

    Little Muddle

    They are glued together! They are meant to be a wagon load but have never made it into one!!!!!
  2. KNP

    Little Muddle

    Another one of those... don't know which is best... so here are both for you to decide
  3. I would say the second one look's better
  4. KNP

    Little Muddle

    And after a few more moments 8701 has coupled up with the return train.....
  5. KNP

    Little Muddle

    More shunting! 8701 is really going for it now....
  6. KNP

    Little Muddle

    But the camera had!
  7. KNP

    Little Muddle

    He's back Squadron Leader is out and about Ohhh….the loco has moved!!!
  8. KNP

    Little Muddle

    Must remember to do something with those wagon numbers!!!!
  9. KNP

    Little Muddle

    The still not moving loco has moved into the siding and Misty has docked.
  10. KNP

    Little Muddle

    Sorted something as now heading towards the coal staithes..
  11. KNP

    Little Muddle

    Loco time..... Well to be exact Pannier Time 8701 caught just starting to do some shunting in the yard
  12. That was lucky?.....! It was as if you knew it was going to be there!
  13. KNP

    Little Muddle

    As promised a Snowflake update. Standing rigging finished and glue curing. Rigging turn screws made from brass 2mm eyebolts and plastic cover from electrical wire. Shrouds/fore stays from 0.25mm rigging cord with rat lines from 0.1mm cord. New boom made from an old paint brush as the original was, for some reason, 5mm short!
  14. KNP

    Little Muddle

    It does seem like that but In reality I’ve had a bad cough and cold so working on Snowflake has taken a back seat for a few days. Trying to do the rigging whilst coughing and sneezing was a recipe for disaster. Work has recommenced this evening so I should have some pictures for you tomorrow
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