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Ian thanks for sharing more photos - these are inspiring. I think my long term ambition is to start to take my years of 4mm weathering experience onto something in G, but it's a big jump in size, and as yet I've not worked out in my head how I'd go about it :) These photos have given me some ideas :)

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I think my long term ambition is to start to take my years of 4mm weathering experience onto something in G, but it's a big jump in size, and as yet I've not worked out in my head how I'd go about it :)

You'd do in in the same way, but it's going to take you a lot, lot, longer :D

 

Ian - Top stuff again! B)

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Hello Ian.

 

I just has to add to the praise with regards to your stuff. That is probably the most realistic outdoor railway I have ever seen, absolutely fantastic! I would love to be able to recreate something like that oneday.

 

Can I ask where the engines came from? I have always had an idea in the back of my brain to scratchbuild something similar to the little live steam engine but unfortunately its never got any further than that.

 

Missy :)

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