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A short running session featuring one of my Bachmann Midland 4F Class 0-6-0, edited with real sound. 
Sounds are provided by preserved class members from my sound collection, captured at various Gala and Preserved Railways over the past few years.
Here we see Ex Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway No.44559 in BR late black, with typical weathered finished, hauling a short coal train.
Hope you enjoy!

 

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3 hours ago, Gedward said:

Just spent another day out on the moors.

 

 

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Beautiful... must make sure I've got my wet weather gear it looks like rain over there...

 

BTW that grass looks spot on for Dartmoor, nibbled by sheep and rabbits all day long

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On 23/06/2021 at 19:53, Gedward said:

Another from today's shoot.

 

 

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I’m working up at Chagford (Dartmoor) full time at the moment and I think you’ve got it absolutely bang on with the colours and textures.

I’ll show my born and bred mate a couple of these tomorrow. He’ll love it.

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37 minutes ago, Cowley 47521 said:

I’ll show my born and bred mate a couple of these tomorrow


Hopefully the reply will be along the lines of “ proper job” !

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2 hours ago, PaternosterRow said:

A couple of shots from my new layout - Carlisle Citadel Station.DSCF2493b.jpg.6c71b6c9cfb7e09715df21b30d2626d0.jpg

 

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I doubt a Green 105 worked the Silloth Branch but it's all I've got in the Green DMU department and it makes for a nice picture.

 

Man! Can practically envisage hearing train announcements, other than when that PC lifts a safety valve and lets go with a blast from its siren. The DMU is beautifully posed beneath that extremely realistic roof.. Well done.

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