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58 minutes ago, St Enodoc said:

Wrong. It's evening.

 

You live in the wrong part of the world! Oh I don't know though maybe not :D 

 

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2 hours ago, KNP said:

Thought that was yesterday.....

All confused now!

Won't tomorrow be yesterday down there?

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I think that everyone's body clock is screwing up. Neither of us sleep much more than 5 hours normally. Today I didn't wake up until almost midday (feel like a slob!) Yet someone woke up at 7 full of bounce, having done her hedgehog impression the other day.

 

I didn't try and wake her, you all know what it's like, I didn't fancy getting mauled! :P

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3 minutes ago, MrWolf said:

I think that everyone's body clock is screwing up. Neither of us sleep much more than 5 hours normally. Today I didn't wake up until almost midday (feel like a slob!) Yet someone woke up at 7 full of bounce, having done her hedgehog impression the other day.

 

I didn't try and wake her, you all know what it's like, I didn't fancy getting mauled! :P

Mauled by a hedgehog? Don't like the sound of that.

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any way you can fit windows?  Somehow the empty holes don't quite fit with the rest of the model.

 

sorry, I know that this is guilding mossy's todgers...

 

atb

Simon

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52 minutes ago, St Enodoc said:

Mauled by a hedgehog? Don't like the sound of that.

Females of any mammal species tend to be aggressive when woken suddenly. Something to do with protecting their young. Although women seem to have evolved this into hogging the covers :D

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Back on topic, 4589 looks great in its surroundings. If I can get my layout and stock anywhere near to that standard, I will have achieved what I set out to do.

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You have really improved the Lima small prairie no end. So long as you do not put it next to the Bachmann model it looks fine. I originally wondered if it was really worth bothering with it, but I think you have proved me wrong!

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Coal added, removed original plastic moulding and part filled the space to indicate some has been used.

Glue setting so I better not turn it upside down as it most likely all fall out...... overnight job....

 

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3 hours ago, great northern said:

Won't tomorrow be yesterday down there?

It's been later than this before now...

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Quickly past, no harm done!

 

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44 minutes ago, KNP said:

Now I was told advised not to do this and keep them apart!!!!

Seemed to have got away with it......

 

Do you mean the locomotives or the animals?

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10 minutes ago, Mick Bonwick said:

 

Do you mean the locomotives or the animals?

Well now you come to mention it......

I was told the Prairies should never been seen together but it would also apply to loco's and animals.

So we are both right... 

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2 hours ago, KNP said:

I was told the Prairies should never been seen together

 

Dunno where you got that idea from !

 

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I recall reading that it was standard practice to double head some summer trains, can’t recall it it was St Ives or Newquay, with a pair of 45’s

 

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