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C371B8E5-03AA-43B7-90A2-781DC4398003.jpeg.1e6101e7aa1f1df2d2015eeff3742633.jpeg swanage has been receiving some work. The second version is currently in full swing. The first photo show swanage before it went back into the shed and the other two show what progress is being made. Still a bit to do but it’s a big step forward.

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Not much going on recently but have made a start of adding passengers to the trains. Does make a slight difference 

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Unfortunately due to work commitments work has slowed on Ropley but with my biggest task complete work on the layout can resume once more. 70000 has finally had its cress Added to the tender as it was in the gala when it attended in this livery. 
 

I have been looking recently at how I can improve the building site on the layout as it looks a little incomplete to me? 
 

I am hoping to push on with the layout in all the tiny details that need adding and hopefully get some invites sorted to get the layout out on show soon! 

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Swanage version 2 almost complete now! Just needs weathering, a few more paint colours added and couplings. The tender is so delicate I hope it transports ok. Plenty more projects to follow on more stock to be built and parts of the layout need looking at. Who said building a preservation railway would be easy? The stock is just as hard as building the layout 

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