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    Ron Full Member

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    Hi I'm Ron, new to Modding but not to modelling! All my info is in the Newbie section.
    I model in OO gauge and have 2 layouts on the go!

    Weybourne is a model of the real place on the North Norfolk Railway and is housed in a 10'x6' shed and 60% finished!

    Hinchcliffe is a newly started 4'x9" plank layout based on the Inglenook puzzle plus a couple of extra sidings. Both layouts have there own threads.

    Cheers
    Ron
     
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    My railway modelling history!

    I lived next to the ECML and the loco shed was near school!
    Parents bought me a Triang OO princess Elizabeth train set when I was 9 years okd, so an early start!
    No more till I was posted to Dusseldorf in 1973 and built a small German N gauge latout of the local station.
    Next whilst living in Peterborough 1985 ish I had a spare bedroom where I built an OO gauge Bodmin (GWR) on an out and back layout.
    Finally started this year with a new OO layout of Weybourne NNR and a 'plank' called Hinchcliffe..

    Cheers
    Ron
     
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    Rush City Yard is set up in my shed and finished. A new OOn3 NG layout is taking shape above it!
     
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    Any updates? I do hope 4mm/12mm modelling becomes more popular thanks to TT:120
     
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    NG layout is 99% finished and called Cwmbach.
    Rush City Yard is now a 1960's BR layout called Windrush Yard.
    Both have thread on here.

    Ron
     

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