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The armoured electricity cable to the cabin is now going down the garden. The sparky reckons a couple of hours work in the morning should see him done. So then the house will be finished and the basic power supply installed into the cabin. 

 

I have not finalised where I am having the plug sockets and lighting yet, that will be installed later once the cabin is completed.

 

Plus here are a few pics of Saturday's buys.

 

Cheers, Ade.

Star Salt Van 1.jpg

Star Salt Van 2.jpg

B Set in wartime Chocolate Brown 1.jpg

B Set in wartime Chocolate Brown 2.jpg

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Looking like some nice purchases, and Jeff / Binny and I are looking forward to coming over to do the official opening with a Mug o Tea.:good::D

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Looking very nice Ade I'm just making contact with the Daypol collectors club.

 

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17 hours ago, Adrian Stevenson said:

 

Plus here are a few pics of Saturday's buys.

 

Cheers, Ade.

 

 

A man after my own heart as I love that all brown livery on GWR coaches. You chose well Adrian.:imsohappy:

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Sheds looking great Ade, now there's plenty of room for a Castle, Hall and even a Manor or two ?..

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Bloomin WOW mate, can't wait to christen that,:good: haha.

 

Are you going to name it Titanic, or Mauritania?:D

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Back home from Egypt to all this lousy rain...so no progress can be made on the cabin until we get a dry day or two in order to fit the roof insulation .

 

But on the modelling front, I have given the Toad brake van a couple of coats of gloss varnish today in readiness to apply the Railtec decals.

 

Also found time to pop in to see Andy today and have a chinwag.

 

Cheers, Ade.

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19 minutes ago, Adrian Stevenson said:

Back home from Egypt to all this lousy rain...so no progress can be made on the cabin until we get a dry day or two in order to fit the roof insulation .

 

But on the modelling front, I have given the Toad brake van a couple of coats of gloss varnish today in readiness to apply the Railtec decals.

 

Also found time to pop in to see Andy today and have a chinwag.

 

Cheers, Ade.

He He bet Andy did most of the Chinwagging :jester: hope you cheered him up :keeporder:

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9 hours ago, gismorail said:

He He bet Andy did most of the Chinwagging :jester: hope you cheered him up :keeporder:

CHEEKY:man_in_love_mini:

 

And yes Ade brought me a very nice book on Class 33's which I've had a quick glance through, and it looks superb, so thanks again for that Ade.:good:

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Looks excellent mate, good to see your making the most of this bad weather with indoor work.

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Cracking model well done Ade .....when will full scale production start ......:crazy_mini:

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Welcome home Ade.

 

Are you all ship-shape and watertight with your cabin as with all this rain about you will need it.

That guards van looks superb, I don't think I've ever seen one with such neat grab rails.  It is a very neatly built & painted model.

 

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Hi Barnaby, thanks as always for the comments.

 

The Toad has now been given a spay coat of Matt enamel varnish. Very cuffed with how well the decals look.

 

The cabin built has progressed a bit further over the weekend. The floorboards are now all down in the rear of the cabin and all the floor insulation is now in place. Just need a good dry day to get the roof insulation in place. This is chipboard bonded with the foam insulation so it has got to be a dry day when it goes on, cannot get it wet. 

 

Cheers, Ade.

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Finally a dry day!

 

Got almost all the insulation boards on the roof. Just the last 38 inch to do now.

 

Cheers, Ade.

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Floorboards are now all down!  :D It is now looking like a proper room. Sorry no pics, the dark nights beat me.

 

Cheers, Ade.

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Well done mate, glad your now going to have a dry Shed / Cabin to work in.:good:

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Thanks Andy. It has been frustrating at times what with all this lousy weather, but we are getting there now.

 

Still lots to do of course, finish the last bit of roof, put all the roof shingles on, plus barge boards, guttering, various trims, painting inside and out, never mind finalise the plan for the electrics and lighting...

 

One of the next things layout wise will be to organise the baseboard legs. Been looking at some laser cut ones from Whiterose. 

 

Cheers, Ade.

 

 

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13 minutes ago, Adrian Stevenson said:

Thanks Andy. It has been frustrating at times what with all this lousy weather, but we are getting there now.

 

Still lots to do of course, finish the last bit of roof, put all the roof shingles on, plus barge boards, guttering, various trims, painting inside and out, never mind finalise the plan for the electrics and lighting...

 

One of the next things layout wise will be to organise the baseboard legs. Been looking at some laser cut ones from Whiterose. 

 

Cheers, Ade.

 

 


It will all be worth it when it’s finished 

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One of my favourite branch line termini Adrian and nice to see it modelled. Are you aware that a corrugated hut and a small wooden office from the station are in use at Blunsdon station on the Swindon - Cricklade railway? (Apologies if that's already been mentioned but simply didn't have time to read the whole thread). Can send pictures if you like.

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Bob.

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Hi Bob, many thanks for the reply.

 

That is news to me. Brilliant!

 

Pictures would be wonderful, thank you!

 

Cheers, Ade.

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I'll endeavour to dig them out and upload them tomorrow for you Adrian.

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