I've used some card to do a bit of landscaping.
Landform1 by ed posted May 15, 2019 at 2:01 PM
Landform2 by ed posted May 15, 2019 at 2:01 PM
Some more cruel close ups, still waiting for handrail knobs and name/number plates.
Pipes1 by ed posted May 8, 2019 at 1:54 PM
Pipes2 by ed...
I've ordered a whistle and some other bits, but although the scale is 4mm, you need slightly smaller 'fittings' which is making...
I bought a side tank loco body from cwrailways, which comes in four main parts.
Glued it together apart from the roof.
Loco1 by ed posted Apr...
Finally made two Dundas coach kits I bought ages ago
Not very good, but first attempt................
Small and fiddly comes to mind:lol:...
Already have Ron, it's just a bit too heavy to keep carrying in and out of the garage....
I've just managed to fit a couple of rail joiners without resorting to the magnifying visor, but now I've got to solder a couple of wires on...
I'm building a small test layout, 140cm x 25cm (roughly 4' 7" x 9 3/4") to see how well I get on with the smaller scale.
It's loosely based on...
Looking good :thumbup:
Thanks Ian, didn't see them on his website.
I was thinking ply, but just wondering if anybody had used something else :scratchchin:
I've now got a couple of these and I'm just wondering about what to use for the backscene board and how to attach it.
I'm sure, many, many, many years ago I saw brickwork where the mortar was almost white.
'course could be the old mind going a bit :avatar:
Coming on nicely Ian :thumbup:
Since we are (at the moment) still in the EU, thought it shouldn't make a difference Andy, but you may well be right.
Think I'd rather have 24 wooden pallets at £5.5 than 1 plastic one for £6.50.
I've recently bought a Bachmann Skarloey (more on that on another...
Like the way you've taken the power over the conveyor Andy, great idea :thumbup:
Just didn't want to hear one of your DMUs had done something similar to my Bachmann J11 on my old layout.
(Admittedly, I did leave the bridge...
Looks great Gormo, but you might want something under the baseboard after the last point by the doorway, just in case something does derail on the...
But is it 'wildlife proof' Ian :avatar: