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  • tigerburnie changed the title to Inverkeillor yard and station(ECML steam)
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Thanks Bill, when all the structure is completed it will all need weathering to make it look realistic. There's levers for the points to be made and people to add, need a bloke with a sack barrow on the loading platform for a start.

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Started weathering the track and yard a bit, the bridge has been colour washed with water colour and "sooted" with powders, some rust powders have been added to the track and the buildings and fences have been weathered as well, still more to go.

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I have been having a lot of running sessions but not a lot of modelling being done, sure my mojo will return once we are allowed out more lol. I picked up a new loco that I have been after for some time, a Bachman J39. Now there's plenty about, but this one stood out as it has been nicely modified by the previous collector owner and is fitted with a Hornby DCC chip, so it has been lubricated and had a short run in and runs quite nicely. These locos were part of the main stay of local freight in the area I've modelled, it will need detailing, new numbers and weathering, but for now it's a nice edition to the stock.

 

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Not a huge amount of modelling going on, but much running of rolling stock, started to build the point rodding for the mainline points, though the wrong signal box is still in place. A new addition to the stock is this rather nice Heljan class 26, though it was a BRCW when I saw them as classes had not been introduced as such, as they were brand new in the period I'm representing, only a light weathering will be applied.

 

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