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Offline Trainfish

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Re: Longcroft
« Reply #735 on: January 17, 2020, 12:53:17 AM »
It would appear to me that everyone thinks the TMD should stay as long as it has figures etc to bring it to life. The figures will be the last to appear but the fuelling point etc can be accommodated. Not sure it will be big enough to hold all my BR blue locos though (98 at the last count), never mind all the other different colours too. The TMD isn't at the top of my to do list as that can be added at any time as long as I remember to lay points to run into it. My main focus at the moment is to get the 4 circuits laid and wired so I can play test trains with the Kato track removed. I also want to crack on with the flying museum corner as I have spent an hour or so, maybe 2 according to the wife, inhaling melting polystyrene fumes and setting out the resulting pieces ready for gluing. So not much to see today but it just wouldn't be the same not to add a picture so here goes:



I'll be doing some of this corner and the other end of the station in the coming days although the domestic chores are starting to mount up, again according to the wife. I have no idea why she wants us to move out of the spare room and back into ours when there's still a radiator to fit, sockets to be chased out, painting to be done, carpet to be laid, new bed to purchase etc etc. I quite like the spare room as it has my display cabinets in it  :D

Anyway, hope to see you Saturday Adam @Skyline2uk if you're not busy making babies or drooling over your Pendolino  :thumbsup:
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Re: Longcroft
« Reply #736 on: January 17, 2020, 07:58:47 AM »
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Re: Longcroft
« Reply #737 on: Yesterday at 01:18:40 AM »
Just a bit of glueing tonight. I'm thinking of calling this the Old Empire Museum which I think fits in with the mainly UK bias of the attraction and has nothing to do with beer of course. It may however be sponsored by Marstons.

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