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On 05/06/2022 at 02:41, VRBroadgauge said:

Nice job on the framing Jerry.

As I'm not from where you are did you need a permit to do the works or are garden sheds exempt?

Here in oz they make us get a permit for just about everything.


A mate of mine used to do Prince Philip's hair.  One time driving in to Windsor Castle, the guard asked him if he has a permit. My mate replied "no, he just wants a trim off sides and back."

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1 hour ago, queensquare said:

 

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The LNWR wagon set, not to mention the private owner wagons are exquisite.  Looking forward to seeing those at Laurie's on Thursday, during Kevin's 'World Tour'. Glad to also see that the layout hasn't suffered with your recent upgrades Jerry!

 

Rich

 

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3 hours ago, Sithlord75 said:

‘‘Twas a good day indeed.  Thanks for the hospitality from you and Kim. 

No wonder you didn't respond to my email about TCH! Have a great trip.

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Wow - what a transformation, at this rate I might even live to see Baron Von Harrop's crossover in action...

 

And it was really good to meet and talk with Kevin myself on Thursday last -  I knew he'd have a great time with you guys.

 

What a fantastic hobby we have🙂

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Well guess whose been to the charity shop - for Emperor and Country!

With the doors moved forward I’m left with a large, door shaped opening between the new and old bits so went on the hunt for some heavy curtains. I’m not sure I’d want them in the house  but I think these red and gold beauties, which cost me a grand total of £4, will be perfect for a 1920s Midland terminus! 

 

Jerry

 

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15 minutes ago, nick_bastable said:

still think the shed should be finished in North Somerset Light livery 🤣

Which one?  Brass or nickel silver?

 

Jim

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19 minutes ago, nick_bastable said:

still think the shed should be finished in North Somerset Light livery 🤣

 

good to meet you at Derby

 

Nick B

 

Likewise Nick, the social aspect of Derby was as good, if not better, than the wonderful modelling on display.

 

A brass and Nickell silver roof would be fun - would be like one of those great Zsarist  palaces!

 

Jerry

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1 hour ago, queensquare said:

Well guess whose been to the charity shop - for Emperor and Country!

With the doors moved forward I’m left with a large, door shaped opening between the new and old bits so went on the hunt for some heavy curtains. I’m not sure I’d want them in the house  but I think these red and gold beauties, which cost me a grand total of £4, will be perfect for a 1920s Midland terminus! 

 

Jerry

 

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Very nice, and a bargain.

 

They are going to be a real draw....

 

Simon

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