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Author Topic: Claywell, High Hackton & Bampney  (Read 57555 times)

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Re: Claywell, High Hackton & Bampney
« Reply #255 on: June 23, 2018, 07:02:26 AM »
I see you've modified the Fleischmann turntable to make it look a bit more English, Caz.  :thumbsup:

Sort of a shame in a way cos I kinda like the little hut it comes with!

However I can see the little guy there operating it.

Good one!  :thumbsup:
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Re: Claywell, High Hackton & Bampney
« Reply #256 on: June 24, 2018, 10:30:53 AM »

However I can see the little guy there operating it.


Good spot George, I realised after I'd taken the photo he was almost hidden, should've given him a more starring role as he's out there in all weathers, night and day without even so much as a tea break, poor guy.   :D

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Re: Claywell, High Hackton & Bampney
« Reply #257 on: November 01, 2018, 05:11:38 AM »
 :goggleeyes: For some queer reason I have only just found this. Why I haven't seen this thread before I don't know. I have to join the ranks of admirers and say what a fab layout. Great track plan which goes very convincingly from big city station to out-in-the-sticks. I've always liked the idea of arranging scenery in this way as a real feeling of journey is achieved in a limited space which is quite an art. The crafty use of scenic blocks and breaks and forced viewing angles is fun to plan. Even more fun to try to achieve! Well done Caz and more grist to your mill!  :thumbsup:
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