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Ranelagh Bridge 1959 / 1964
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 Posted: 22 Dec 2015 14:49
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Steve Fay
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Here's is were I am too so far, all the track is hand laid using C&L components

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That's impressive Steve, well done! :)

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 Posted: 22 Dec 2015 14:55
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Hmmmmm

I can't see the images. I'll need to look into that. I am using an I Pad. Don't know if that makes any difference.

I'll be back.

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Got it,

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 Posted: 22 Dec 2015 15:30
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Here's a preview of the future.

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 Posted: 22 Dec 2015 17:40
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Ohhh boy,

They look amazing. Just been doing a little window shopping at a Hattons looking at O gauge loco's.

Who do you use for yours ?

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 Posted: 22 Dec 2015 19:04
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I have two castles both kit built from JLTRT kits plus a King from the same stable. I have a DJH Brittania built by them.
I also have a Heljan Hymek & western both detailed up using castings from JLTRT and etches from Pete Harvey.
The next steam kit will be a 9F from MOK & Falcon should be ready in the new year from Heljan.
The new O8 from Dapol looks very nice.
Here's the Hymek & Western, the teddy belongs to a mate. I'll pop some more pictures up showing the detailing soon

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Very nice indeed. The detail on the Hymek looks good and the weathering as well.

Spot on.

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Hymek details

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 Posted: 23 Dec 2015 07:26
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Bogie details including new castings, Pete Harvey etched steps to replace the chunky plastic ones

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 Posted: 23 Dec 2015 07:28
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Here's D7022 finished in a photographic plank I built earlier this year.

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 Posted: 23 Dec 2015 08:57
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Very nice work Steve I love the locos and the weathering is first class :thumbsup:, keep `em coming mate between us we will soon convert the rest :giggle:.


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 Posted: 23 Dec 2015 13:10
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Here's the Western,
I moved up the headcode box by 1.5mm, added Jltrt bogie side frames new lamp brackets pipes & couplings.
I can't take credit for the weathering that's down to Fred Lewis

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Here's the Western,
I moved up the headcode box by 1.5mm, added Jltrt bogie side frames new lamp brackets pipes & couplings.
I can't take credit for the weathering that's down to Fred Lewis

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 Posted: 23 Dec 2015 13:12
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Back to Ranelagh Bridge, here's the signal gantry built by the very talented Jon Fitness

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