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Right, That's it now for the pub. Once installed it will likely get some further weathering and gutters/drain pipes and maybe even an interior. Welcome to the Waggon & Horses.

 

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I wasn't going to bother posting this but might as well. A box was dropped off earlier in the week on my way to the supper market. A little later this picture appeared in my inbox. Still bits to do but this is where the pub will sit. No more work will be done on this until most of the rest of the main structures are in.

 

 

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Now that after next weekend we will be able to meet up to six people inside as long as we keep at least 1m apart, layout building will hopefully re-commence. In the meantime Cam as been doing up a couple of Heljan 37/4's up in the condition after Margam took their paint brushes to them. Here are 37402 & 37425 posed on the new layout with the scrap train.

 

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And 402 with a little photshop trickery:

 

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Superb pics Al, that bridge will be fantastic for some nice low level shots, but you will need a bus UNDER the bridge as opposed to one on top, haha.:D:good:

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Reminds me of visiting the renown Jack Nelson's attic in my youth. His working LNWR dioramas were all modelled in perspective with scratch built UK HO as the middle ground. A few were displayed at a Museum in Wales for some time, but sadly seem to have been lost since.

 

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9 hours ago, Andrew P said:

Superb pics Al, that bridge will be fantastic for some nice low level shots, but you will need a bus UNDER the bridge as opposed to one on top, haha.:D:good:

 

If you can find me a reasonably priced O gauge bus from the late 80's/early 90's I'll gladly buy more than 1!!! The best I can find is Steve Betties' Leyland National kit which is £65 and the castings don't look great.

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