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  1. Morning All, my Cameo layout is all but finished, so I decided that a change of direction, or should I say SIZE my be in order. It was something that had been in the back of my mind for some time and it was brought to the fore by Hattons Sale of the Century. I succumbed and bought a Dapol 57xx in O gauge. The idea being a small shunting type layout set in the Forest of Dean, an area I know quite well as I was born and brought up in Gloucester and for several years in my very late teens played football against many teams in the Forest. Another reason was Ben Ashworth, probably my favourite railway photographer. In the last couple of days I have strted building some stock including these two Parkside Vans.
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