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Author Topic: Will be based on bellwater junction lincolnshire (Goseunderton junction)  (Read 5492 times)

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A couple of days work still first fix but happy so far  :claphappy:
i do not always put all the pictures into the thread always some left in the album hope you like questions always welcome main construction is picture frame card hot glue gun and the modelers best friend pva glue
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A change to road layout

Twin track end tacking shape

no pictures from today just starting the wiring and trying to keep it tidy and not a rats nest as i have had on other layouts,plenty more pictures in the album Goseunderto­n junction so feel free to take a look
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« Last Edit: April 30, 2014, 04:22:20 pm by kevin141, Reason: missed abit out »
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Super neat road markings, Kevin :thumbsup:

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Joined the boards up to night and got the track running after a good clean bit of adjustment at board joints but all was well but for one thing quite cross with myself for this my so called halt will take five carriage train so do i lift platform? or do as they do today and fence of some of the platform see picture below for size
 
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Changed the tunnel moths on board two i think it looks better
start on the road
Point control wire in tube
hope you like comment's always welcome an ideas that i might not have welcome as well
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From this
to this

having a go with hanging basket liner what do you think
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Round up of weekend work and a start of second fix
just to give a idea of board size for transport
hope you like all the pictures were taken while the glue was still wet
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« Last Edit: May 12, 2014, 04:22:25 pm by kevin141, Reason: missed a bit of info »
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Coming on well, Kevin :thumbsup:
Looks like you have the same problem as me though - I need to file some off the base of the tunnel portals to avoid being able to see the road bed :doh:

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Yes i know but will hidden partly by trees
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Has been a bit of a gap i have put some more pictures in the album comments always welcome

chanced the bridge to this what are your thoughts



trying out some buildings to see the effect

board two tunnel mouth what do you think of the grass

lorry yard buildings
as well as puppy training
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Joined the boards up to night and got the track running after a good clean bit of adjustment at board joints but all was well but for one thing quite cross with myself for this my so called halt will take five carriage train so do i lift platform? or do as they do today and fence of some of the platform see picture below for size
 
ideas always welcome
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I'd fence off some of the platform.
Surprisingly, this doesn't get modelled very often, neither the current practice of raising the used part of the platform to make disabled access easier,
see Cross Gates (Leeds) example at http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~owend/I/R/stnpages/crossgates.html
scrolling down to captions "Looking west at platform 1 from its eastern end"
and "Looking east along the line from the eastern end of platform 1"

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Garden got in the way of progress but a few more pictures of second fix hope you like

can you guess what it will be

  :bounce:
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Hi all a bit more work done on second fix one side will be a field ready to plant on board two

while board one will be a film supply depot supplying old cars and film and tv props

still another building to do will be a peco loco shed modified also made a start on the back scene

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The trees look great, Kevin :thumbsup:
I'd tone down your sky though as I'm sure it's not an English one ;)

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Would agree with that but ran out of white so will have to get some more starting look a bit like a model railway but a long way to go
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