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Thanks Les and Mikkel.

 

It is quite sobering to think ten years have passed, and all that has happened in those ten years.

 

Thank goodness for model railways to keep you sane!

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Jules,

a great layout and I have thoroughly enjoyed watching its progress over the years; well done!

Best wishes

Nige

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I always like to see pictures of your layout. The barn scene is lovely.

I have not looked frequently the past several months, due personal circumstances and doing research for my collection of Oxford cars.

Wish you a nice Christmas holiday and a good and healthy 2020.

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5 hours ago, Bustered said:

Jules,

a great layout and I have thoroughly enjoyed watching its progress over the years; well done!

Best wishes

Nige

 

3 hours ago, Job's Modelling said:

I always like to see pictures of your layout. The barn scene is lovely.

I have not looked frequently the past several months, due personal circumstances and doing research for my collection of Oxford cars.

Wish you a nice Christmas holiday and a good and healthy 2020.

Nige - Thanks for the compliment :)

 

Job - Thanks also for the compliment. I hope whatever your personal circumstances were/are have got better.  You have a good Christmas and a happy and healthy 2020 too

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Another post...

 

As mentioned just upthread, another of my NEC purchases was a Ratio Open C.

 

I have just finished my first pass at it's construction! Why first pass?  The instructions are somewhat basic - so I have messed up the brake gear.  This will need to be corrected at some point.  This hasn't been my favorite kit to make, it certainly shows it's age compared to other kits, but as its the only current way to get an Open C, it does the job.

 

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I have also done a small upgrade to the V7 - I have replaced the tie bar with a slimmer section of plastic bar.

 

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Both now need a trip to the painters!

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A lovely looking mink van there, Jules. 

 

Please post a photo when it's all finished and looking spick and span!

 

All the best,

Chris :)

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A bonus shot of a pannier going about its business

 

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