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Author Topic: The Train Shed Project - Marton Hinmarche  (Read 206936 times)

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Re: The Train Shed Project - Marton Hinmarche
« Reply #3585 on: Yesterday at 06:36:49 PM »
Today, we returned to something like normality, whatever that may be.  Last night, I had time to finish editing the final video and so here it is.



I have now completed all eight videos, each one covering a two-hour period of the day at Marton Hinmarche.  I would like to be able to string them all together into a complete video record of the day’s operations.  Each condenses the two hour period into just under fifteen minutes, so the whole would take about an hour and three quarters to run.

The day began with table tennis and then, in the afternoon, I picked all the remaining apples and also picked all the pears off our Hessle Pear tree.  After that, I was able to make time for an hour in the Train Shed.  I have been wondering how to carry on with developing the town and I spent the time cutting up and sticking down the road surface, where the road runs between the station yard and the Dinsdale Arms plus the big shops. 

 


I also coloured the edges of the pavement ready for sticking down.  There will be a fence between the road and the station yard.  Then I cut another section of road surface to link the station yard section to the rest of the upper town.  I have laid it roughly in place at the moment.



There will be a dog-leg to bring it in from of the remaining shops and houses.  I will also need to tidy up the road from London Road Bridge and create some pavement for it.  I hope you enjoyed the video.
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Laurence
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Re: The Train Shed Project - Marton Hinmarche
« Reply #3586 on: Yesterday at 07:26:46 PM »
I obviously rushed the editing of the video.  There are several typos and I completely missed the departure of the milk train.  I will post the updated version tomorrow.  I have also spotted typos in some of the other videos as well, so I will have to correct them too.
With kind regards
Laurence
My personal website is a bit of a mish mash: www.innovationgame.com
Coventry Corporation Transport Society: www.cct-society.org.uk
Hessle: www.hessle.org.uk

 

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