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Ahem.......I have purchased...cough....a narrow....ahem........gauge......cough........item........

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3 hours ago, NHY 581 said:

Ahem.......I have purchased...cough....a narrow....ahem........gauge......cough........item........

You've purchased a bottle of cough linctus?

 

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4 hours ago, NHY 581 said:

Ahem.......I have purchased...cough....a narrow....ahem........gauge......cough........item........

 

My dear chap! I do hope you recover shortly...

 

Al.

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5 hours ago, NHY 581 said:

Ahem.......I have purchased...cough....a narrow....ahem........gauge......cough........item........

Bless you, for your WILL be forgiven,        One day:tease:

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Rob's new Track.:good: for Ramfused  in Lamborne.

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Now, the combination of skinny railways with your approach to modelling is something I’m looking forward to...

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1 minute ago, The Johnster said:

Now, the combination of skinny railways with your approach to modelling is something I’m looking forward to...

Will that include Skinny people? if so that rules me out.:D

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Back to the old broad gauge/narrow gauge driver debate...

 

In any case, I’m ruled out as well, for endomorphic reasons!

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The killer question shirley, is, is it 4mm or 7mm or some other scale, I would have used strike through and added fleece,  but I don't have the facility.

 

 

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Well........apologies in advance for the poor quality of the photos.....but there is a narrow gauge item herein......

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4 minutes ago, chuffinghell said:

Now that’s a handsome looking shed

Not a 66 then?

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10 minutes ago, chuffinghell said:

Now that’s a handsome looking shed

 

 

Indeed, I like the look of that. A Lot.

 

Al.

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Very nice purchase Rob :)

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Ah, the shed is narrow guage...

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4 minutes ago, Stubby47 said:

Ah, the shed is narrow guage...

So's the loco.

 

S. Calefour.

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43 minutes ago, St Enodoc said:

 

 

S. Calefour.

That's broad gauge. No hair shirt required on this thread.....

 

Rob.  

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51 minutes ago, Stubby47 said:

Ah, the shed is narrow guage...

 

 

Quite. Small and perfectly formed. Less is more....

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3 hours ago, durham light infantry said:

Lambstone & Barnstaple by any chance?

 

Welshpool & Lambfair ???

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