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On Shenston Road. Some recent photos.

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Brilliant!

 

Simply pressing the 'like' button seems a bit inadequate....

 

cheers

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PAUL,   Why oh why have you been keeping this from us, I need to see a track plan and more pics for a fix please, it looks just wonderful.

 

Thanks for posting.

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guys ,

if you google " EM gauge 1970s" there's a website with this any many more banger blue EM top drawer stuff

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guys ,

if you google " EM gauge 1970s" there's a website with this any many more banger blue EM top drawer stuff

Thanks for that, a great site, but it says the Layout is by a Greg Brookes?

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Thanks for that, a great site, but it says the Layout is by a Greg Brookes?

 

Shenston Road is Greg's (1047 as he's referenced in Paul's OP - http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/user/877-d1047/), Paul's part of the same group and has posted some images on his behalf. It's a layout which makes the modelling fingers itchy; exceptional stuff.

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Wonderful photos of a superb looking layout - what more could you ask?

 

Oh, I know - More Please!

 

Al

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Shenston Road is Greg's (1047 as he's referenced in Paul's OP - http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/user/877-d1047/), Paul's part of the same group and has posted some images on his behalf. It's a layout which makes the modelling fingers itchy; exceptional stuff.

Andy I needed a Thanks for info tick and an I agree tick for this one mate.

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ALL of the layouts and models featured on EM gauge 70's website are superb. An absolute inspiration for me even though I model the "rarely modelled" era, 1966-68 Late steam, blue & green diesels.

 

http://www.emgauge70s.co.uk/

 

I look forward to the monthly update page.

 

Brit15

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A very good layout from one of my favourite websites.

Top modelling .

 

Brian

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that website is very good. I don't have an interest in pre tops blue or green diesels but one thing I've noticed is I'm drawn to quality modelling regardless of the subject

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that website is very good. I don't have an interest in pre tops blue or green diesels but one thing I've noticed is I'm drawn to quality modelling regardless of the subject

 

Good modelling is good modelling.

Great modelling is great modelling.

Both can be applied to the aforementioned site.

 

Mike.

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Top Modelling - Very Very Nice :yes:

 

Cheers, Bob.

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Fantastic layout , with great photos.

Looking forward to seeing more photos.

Well done

Hugh

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I drop into the aforementioned web site on a regular basis - some great stuff on there ....

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Wow that's a great looking steelworks awesome modelling ,

And really like the thinking behind the layout .

Will be looking forward to more pictures and updates .

 

Brian

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I'm lucky enough to be one of the select few to have seen the layout 'in the flesh'. It really is fantastic to see it in operation.

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Great pics - Very realistic, top modelling.

 

Cheers, Bob.

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I've admired Shenstone Road on the EM Gauge 70s site for some time.  Nice to see a trackplan as it puts the photos into perspective.

 

John

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That last image of the Western is fantastic, extremely realistic! (goes without saying the rest of the pictures are special too!)

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Looks as though cab window has an overcast reflection on that western. Amazing stuff here.... I know its repetition of the above posts, but EM gauge 70's website is a true inspiration to many, of course Shenston Road goes without saying, too!

 

Jack

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