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Pantograph Cars, & Our summer break.
« Reply #135 on: September 29, 2013, 08:52:32 PM »
Hello all, realised its been a while so thought i'd do an update.

Its been a busy summer, I have been grateful for the break in our exhibition schedule, this has given me some time to work on the much needed updates, ahead of our return to finish off the 2013 season, starting with the Wolverhampton MRC show the beginning of November.

I will post again soon, about the layout work, but for now I wanted to share a little ongoing project... A 1923 Blackpool Pantograph Car.

With some of my other projected delayed or on hold for now, Thornton Gate is in need of more single deck vehicles, currently only having the two Centenary Class cars (when they work!).
So I was looking at the large amount of scrap this project has produced, such the numerous Brill trolly body shells, and wondered if they could be used for any Blackpool prototype. The solution ... A preserved Pantograph Class car.



Brill trollies have been used before, in the form of our previous engineering car No.753, which despite being re-chassised a number of times was a complete liability and so was withdrawn at the end of our 2012 session being replaced with Balloon 701 which is more prototypical and due to its brilliant TM-03 chassis, much more reliable. 753 was then broken up for spares and has existed as a half broken up shell in my scrap box ever since.

Second time lucky?



The Brill trollies do look a little like Pantograth cars, and with a bit of work the main body shell can be 'de-Americanised' to give it a more 1920's European look. 753 is also going to give up its tower for the new project.

One of the key things to do was to capture the shape with in the confines of the existing body shell. One of the ways to do this is to remove the front window frame to give a move wider modern look.



Above: Left the original 1800's looking American Brill trolly cab, Right: The windows widened out with the curved framing removed.

So very much a work in progress. I have tried were possible to keep the car intact. Brill trollies were not manufactured with the best plastic, so tend to be thin and either brittle or very soft.

Originally I was hoping to keep as many of the window supports as possible, but as none of them line up with the new required window layout of 6 large windows per side, almost all the original frames had to be cut out with new plastic strip and panelling sections built into the shell to create new window frames and to add strength to the car.

In addition attention has gone into the roof, which on a Pantograph car has the raised vent section sloped at each end. To replicate this I have cut away the end sections of the vent area, filed down the undersides then reattached them pointing down, once filled and sanded this should give the smooth curves required for roof profile of the prototype.



Above: A lot of work required, the soon be be Pantograph class tram seen here with its new TM-03 chassis unit being test fitted, even if it was to remain as a Brill trolly I would have still replaced the chassis. The side frames (which will be pained green) have been selected due to there closeness to the prototype, however they work and look best if fitted upside down! So are due a little bit of modification.

I dont know when I'll get this ready, im hoping soon, maybe ready for November, just have to see how it looks once sprayed in primer.

As for the rest of the layout... watch this space! Another update due very soon!
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Final Upgrades and the Wolverhampton Exhibition
« Reply #136 on: October 25, 2013, 10:31:29 PM »



Hello all, just a reminder were appearing at this years Wolverhampton MRC Exhibition on November 2nd and 3rd.

This will be the first show since Stockport back in August, this has given us time to get the remainder of the major upgrade work done early, allowing us to show case the new developments within what's left of the 2013 season and ahead of our very packed 2014 season.



Above: So first up we have a new 'Sound App' which i've custom developed for Thornton Gate using extracts of audio recorded at the real location and of rolling stock movements in the area. Now im finding along with DCC, Sound is becoming an increasing demand from the public and when done well can really add another dimension. Unlike most systems which use expensive on board chip sets, Our system uses to discreetly placed stereo speakers, which are plugged into a PDA computer running the software, sounds such as traffic and trams are then stereo balanced and played over any stock movement.

How well this system is going to work is anyone's guess, but having fallen in love with the idea when I saw a smilier 'atmos sound' system in used on the layout 'Grange Over Sands' http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/gallery/image/3467-grange-over-sands-1jpg/

I knew this is what I wanted for Thornton Gate, but in a more random and interactive form.



Above: The new look! A lot of work has gone into improving the exterior of Thornton Gate, making it more contained and framed better. Thanks to a new top board we now have new strip tube lighting replacing the old spot lamps and tubes. The side panels help to hide the fiddle yard and make us operators feel less overlooked, in addition we now have a large blue fabric area to help raise the back scene making the fiddle area less exposed.



Above & Below: Cosmetically the main layout has also received some attention in the form of new custom printed back scene elements, which have been printed onto self adhesive paper and attached onto the boards. The buildings are taken from photographs of the real location and so are 90%ish correct. After being blended into the foreground scenic with the application of scatters and paint, the end result is really quite good and really helps to lift the layout and give it a real sense of depth and grounding. 




So all being well and tram fleet back together, Thornton Gate can be seen next weekend at Wolverhampton.
 

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Wolverhampton MRC Exhibition 2013 - Show Report
« Reply #137 on: November 04, 2013, 10:58:36 PM »


Hello all, just recovering after Thornton Gate's appearance at this years Wolverhampton exhibition.

Im very pleased to announce it was a fantastic success, and I can not praise the Wolverhampton Model Railway Club enough for there professional and organised approach to running this show. The new venue was fantastic, we could park and unload really easily, floor space was more then ample, we were fed and really well looked after by the club staff, and I even got 2... yes 2! plug sockets ready and live right next to our allotted space!

So if your reading this Wolverhampton MRC, your should be very proud and what you achieved, and I wish you as a club all the very best going forward :-) 


Down to the business at hand. All in all we had a very good show, no real failures of any tram cars, very positive feedback from the public and I even got to do some operating for a change!


Above: A busy yard! The new upgrades to the layout for this show have really come into there own, here an additional 'hired in' EWS class 08 shunter joins the resident '04' on the rear line, P'way car no 701 working solo again for this show is seen also stabled in the yard, whist the ever popular 'Kit Kat' centenary class tram no 641 passes on a north bound Fleetwood service. It should be pointed out that this time both Centenary cars ran perfectly during the two day show, a far cry from the normal predictable failure of at least one of them, sister car 624 doing the honours last time at Stockport!


Above: Speaking of 701, during the exhibition Thornton Gate had a visitor in the form of John Marfleet's version of Balloon 701 which normally would traverse the rails of Huncote Tramways Johns own N gauge UK tramway exhibition layout. His version of 701 originating from the same mould as my version. Seen here lined up in front of mine for a photo.


Above: As John's 701 was also fitted with a DCC decoder, it seemed only right that it go for a spin on Thornton Gate's rails, with Mr Marfleet driving of course!


Above: Also, on day two widened Balloon car 719 was bought over to the exhibition for a test run after being out of use for some time. After some testing before we opened to the public, it was pushed back into life and used some of the day, seen here waiting on the down line in the station area.

So overall a very good weekend, everything worked very well, the layout looked fantastic and we even had our first visiting tram!

Next stop for us if our final outing for 2013, that being the Bayston Hill, Shrewsbury Exhibition on Saturday 23rd of November 2013.
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Re: Thornton Gate of the Blackpool Tramway
« Reply #138 on: November 05, 2013, 04:07:02 AM »
Congratulations :thumbsup:

Many thanks for posting the pictures. The layout canopy and the whole presentation looks fantastic. I also think the "TG" logo and branding looks great - this is something you don't see very often and really makes Thornton Gate stand out.

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Re: Thornton Gate of the Blackpool Tramway
« Reply #139 on: November 05, 2013, 03:31:33 PM »
Wow...I joined the forum after lurking for a while just so that I can comment on Thornton Gate.
I was born and grew up on Thornton Gate and traveled by tram from Thornton Gate to Starr Gate every day to and from school....this has brought back many happy memories....can almost see my parents house and shop in your layout..Thank you so much!

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Re: Thornton Gate of the Blackpool Tramway
« Reply #140 on: November 05, 2013, 03:36:14 PM »
Welcome "newmodeller" to the forum, how about creating a post in the welcome and introduction board to let us all know a little bit more about you and your interests.   :)

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Re: Thornton Gate of the Blackpool Tramway
« Reply #141 on: November 05, 2013, 10:16:31 PM »
Congratulations :thumbsup:

Many thanks for posting the pictures. The layout canopy and the whole presentation looks fantastic. I also think the "TG" logo and branding looks great - this is something you don't see very often and really makes Thornton Gate stand out.

Thanks very much, I must admin im very happy with the presentation, have finally got things to look the way I want them  :beers:

The 'TG' brand has been a big part of the project and marketing the layout, I guess you can tell I work in Media and production presentation for a living, so public relations and brand building is what I do, and I felt it was imported to develop the project in this way.

Thanks for your feedback, im glad you like the project  :D Theres always something else to do ... or fix !

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Re: Thornton Gate of the Blackpool Tramway
« Reply #142 on: November 05, 2013, 10:22:01 PM »
Wow...I joined the forum after lurking for a while just so that I can comment on Thornton Gate.
I was born and grew up on Thornton Gate and traveled by tram from Thornton Gate to Starr Gate every day to and from school....this has brought back many happy memories....can almost see my parents house and shop in your layout..Thank you so much!

Well a very warm welcome  :welcomesign:

Im touched you chose your first post to comment on my work  :claphappy:

Im not local at all to the area as the layout lives at home in Shropshire of all places, still it is amazing the people I meet that tell me of how memories of there time living or working in the area come flooding back after reading or seeing the layout.

As the admins have said, welcome to N Gauge Forum, In the 2 years or so Ive been here, This has been a really special and supportive online community, so please introduce your self on the welcome page, if or when your ready, and look forward to reading commenting on posts in the future.

So welcome and thank you  :NGaugersRule:
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Bayston Hill, Shrewsbury 2013 Exhibition
« Reply #143 on: November 22, 2013, 12:29:03 AM »


Another year almost over... we limp over the finishing line! ... a quick pre show update.



Thornton Gate will make its last show of our 2013 season this Saturday at Bayston Hill, Shrewsbury. This is my local show, and its were I cut my teeth doing my first public exhibition about 11 or 12 years ago so I do like to support it, even when i dose suddenly clash with the NEC..... It is a really good friendly and quite large local show, well worth a visit.



For this one I'm mostly patching the layout back together, after Wolverhampton, however I have been playing with some Japanese lorries which I've added to the layout today... amazingly I bought these two for just 3.00 each!



Above: The lorries really look the part, especially exiting Cleveleys industrial estate.

So a full show and end of season report will follow...after I've got back from the NEC myself, visiting on Sunday... a busy weekend ahead!

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Re: Thornton Gate of the Blackpool Tramway
« Reply #144 on: November 22, 2013, 08:44:35 AM »
Hope everything goes well.  :thumbsup:

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Re: Thornton Gate of the Blackpool Tramway
« Reply #145 on: November 22, 2013, 02:03:05 PM »
There's some nice additions to this layout. Hope the last show goes ok.
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Bayston Hill Exhibition.... The night before the show, a quick update.
« Reply #146 on: November 23, 2013, 12:37:41 AM »
Evening All.... Have spent Firday evening over at the church setting up... well I say setting up it was more like chatting to other people for half an hour and drinking tea.... however once again were ready for the one day event.



Above: Ready to go.. and thank god (appropriate as were in a church) for the new lighting as the 'house' lights used in the building are just awful, a horrible dim yellow... our lights give a nice clean white glow in amongst the gloom! I worry for layouts that dont have there own lighting rigs!



Above: The few show plaques we have been given (so few shows give you any these days!) have been added and weigh a ton! Before you ask the dedication plaques is for my friend the late Pete Walford who was part of the team but sadly died aged 23 a few months before our first outing back in 2012. Thornton Gate is dedicated to his memory.



Above: An overview of most the layout.... who needs a trackplan!


Above: And finally on test once again our new sound app software, generating the atmos sound affects for the layout..

So were all ready, bring on the final show of the year!
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Thornton Gate – Review of the year 2013
« Reply #147 on: December 01, 2013, 06:12:32 PM »



Its that time again! The Shrewsbury, Bayston Hill exhibition yet again marks the end of our second season operating Thornton Gate.

It has been another extraordinary year, with many highs and lows, but most importantly the interest and popularly of the project continues to grow, and were very much looking forward to a busy and high profile 2014 season.

Many new trams have come online and others have had up’s and downs during the year, infact reading news about the prototypes at Blackpool, you realise our 1:148 scale replicas are having just as much of an adventurous career themselves!



We start way back in the early part of the year when balloon 701 and standard 167 came online for the first time. Both were equally imported developments.

Our 2012 season had relied heavily on Bachmann US Brill trolley chasses, these however had not fared well with the gruelling demands of an exhibition weekend, with most breaking down at some point.



A replacement was needed and 701 formed that basis. The car, built ironically from a rejected body shell was test fitted with a new Japanese Tomix chasses, type TM-03. I was lucky as this unit almost matched the wheel base of the donor Brills we were replacing.



Standard 167 was built as my attempt at doing the classic Matchbox Typhoo Tea tram conversion, and utilised a short wheel base KATO chassis also from Japan.

The two new cars gave a marked improvement over the Brill chasses and entered service for our first 2013 show at Craven Arms, Shropshire.



For this first event Balloon 708 was also given a new Tomix chassis and much needed patch repaint, we also welcomed widened Balloon 719, built by my brother same, trialling door pods as a post 2011 Balloon.



Also In time for start of the 2013 season, most of the fleet got new Kato pantograph units, replacing the somewhat crude examples we’d hand built.

Our seconded show of the year was the Totally Transport Festival in Blackpool during the early summer… however given the weather I didn’t see much sun!



For this show Jubilee 762 was re-chassed and returned to use after being robbed for spares during our 2012 season.



Also for the first time 701 and 708 where set-up together and ran top and tail on the P’way wagons in a trial ‘Tram Train’ experiment.



Overall despite the weather Blackpool went quite well, we did however have issues with Centenary car no 624 finally giving up completely, the car having been dogged with issues in its first year. Although repaired for the 2013 season 624 continued to spit gears even on brand new truck sets! The conclusion, the Bachmann PCC chasses which we still have to used with these trams, was totally shot and a new one had to be acquired.



On a more positive note, as we were in Blackpool, at the end of the show after packing up the layout we went over to the real Thornton Gate as not all the team had been there before, with the layout still in the car these lead to the unusual scenario of taking Thornton Gate to Thornton Gate!!


In July we made our third exhibition appearance at Cambrian Railex event in Oswestry, North Shropshire.
Based at the now preserved Oswesrty station, the one day event also featured working trains outside on the former main line.



For our part it was a relatively quite show. Centenary 624 had been rechassised with a new Bachmann US PCC unit and following concerns about Balloon 710 it to was rechassised becoming the 5th tram to run a Tomix TM-03 unit.

With these improvements we managed to get though the show and I even made it into the local paper, along with ‘Coast Guard’ Balloon No. 726!




August bought us back up north as Thornton Gate was billed as the main exhibit of Virgin Trains Stockport Station exhibition. This was a slightly odd experience as the show took place on the platforms of the cities mainline station.







For the event Balloons 701 and 708 and Jubilee 762 were given ‘Virgin Stockport’ branding and destination blinds were changes to read ‘Virgin Trains Stockport’. Admittedly the decision to do the branding was taken only 24 hours before we were due to exhibit so was a little rushed, but none the less well worth the effort.



This was also the last show we ran the layout in its current ‘overlooked’ presentation form, before major upgrade work was undertaken to improve the presentation and operating experience.

During the show we only had two failures, 624 again, even with a new chassis! And widened balloon  719 with gauging issues.

Stockport marked the end of our summer shows, and so we had a much needed rest and time to repair and service the stock after 3 almost back to back exhibitions.


November marked the end of our season (almost) with the last two exhibitions.
Show five was that of the Wolverhampton Model railway club, this year being held at a new venue for the first time. This show was to be our one and only two day event of the season.



For Wolverhampton we bought forward a number of key updates to the layout, including new lighting and surround boarding and branding including new custom printed hoodies complete with the ‘TG” logo, all in our corporate blue scheme.



Also for the first time we used our experimental interactive sound system, the layout being fitted with speakers and a touch screen PDA computer.

Operations wise all trams were running apart from 719 which was kicked back into life by Sam during the show. The car took it in turns with 762 as they both share the same CV decoder address for our DCC system.

Balloons 701 and 708 ran separately for the first time since the beginning of the year, 701 having almost lost it ‘Virgin’ branding apart from the front red shields. During the removal of the paper ads it was found the glue used was pulling the paint off as well, so 701 received some emergency touching up before the show. As a result 708 was left with its ‘Virgin’ branding intacted and ran with the branding until the end of the season.

On day one of the Wolverhampton show, we had our first visiting tram car in the form of John Marfleet’s version of Balloon 701, this took to the rails for a short time as well as lining up with our home 701 for a twin photo!




And Finally…

Rounding off 2013 was our local show, the Bayston Hill exhibition, Shrewsbury, this one we ran prity much off the back of Wolverhampton show.



According to the organiser numbers were down on last year, and the future of the show is in some doubt, however it did fall on the same Saturday as the Warley NEC exhibition and being only 50 minutes away from the NEC its not surprising numbers were hit.

I along with most of the other exhibitors wanted to be at the NEC and would go as visitors the following day!



On the rolling stock front most tramcars were running but a busy year was starting to take its toll on the stock and the layout! Although all cars did finish the show Balloon 726 which retains its original Bachmann Brill trolley chassis was having issues come mid day, and although not failed it was sidelined on the centre loop.



The two centenary cars ran okay for most the day, but again like 726 were in need of servicing, 624 being pulled early and 641 ‘Kit Kat tram’ might have surcome to a spit gear but managed to finish the day!



In the last 15 minutes of the final hour of the show and our 2013 season all active 11 exhibition cars were lined up for the ‘end of show’ photo, a tradition we started last year. Balloon 701 leads the line up.



So what next? Well….

As it happens our 2014 season is all most fully booked, I’m actually taking bookings for 2015!
In the meantime we as a team have a lot of work to do. I’m working on some new tramcars, as well as additions to the layout, some elements need replacing whilst others need building! In addition all current tramcars need a full clean and service as well as cosmetic attention, this will no doubt keep us busy until April next year when we do it all again for another year!

But that’s not quite it just yet… No, although the last tram has ran for this year, one or two cars have a final engagement for 2013… more will follow!

Other then that and maybe the odd post about some of the things I’ll be doing, that really is it for this year.

So thanks for following us, and keep posted this thread will jump back into life again real soon!
 

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Well its that time again.... XMAS CARD 2013
« Reply #148 on: December 13, 2013, 11:45:35 PM »
Well its that time again....

This year Balloon 701 fiited with its snowplough dose the honers and fights another winter of bad snow fall at Thronton Gate, seen here resting between duties with the crew taking a break!



701 is planned for another special duty in 2014 so will shortly be disappearing and may not return to later next year... and no its not going into route master livery just yet!

Anyway A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us at Thornton Gate!

See you next year maybe for what is looking like the biggest season we might ever do! More details when I know whats happening!
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Thornton Gate 2014 Season Preview
« Reply #149 on: March 15, 2014, 10:38:22 PM »
2014- A New Season!

Hello all we're back! And gearing up for our biggest and highest profile exhibition season yet!



Its been just over 4 months since we last exhibited and in this time myself and my partner Anna, have been working on the numerous repairs and updates, required to keep the layout working and looking fresh and presentable.



Above: One of the largest projects was the complete removing and refurbishment of the overhead poles and paved areas. The poles were in a sorry state after 2 years of hard knocks. Anna spent 2 days completely refurbishing, which included a rebuild, making them stronger and less prone to damage.



Above: Here we can see Centenary 624 being used for 'gauging trials' with the yet to be repainted rebuild overhead poles.



Above: Another area I wanted to improve was overall 'stuff' and clutter on the layout, the little day to day items that help make a scene that little bit more real, and here can be seen to results still drying, hundreds of all items bought from an number of cottage manufactures from last years NEC show..

Speaking of which.....



Above: Balloon 701 has been given a very special livery for the 2014 season, that of the Warley NEC exhibition, which Thornton Gate is attending as the only Tramway layout at this years (2014) event. 701 has been turned out in the custom livery with the full backing of the Warley Club and we look forward to being part of the outstanding exhibition, for me a personal dream come true in many respects!



Above: So are first show is only a matter of weeks away that of the Beamish tramway museum model show on the 5th and 6th of April 2014. A lot has really been achieved and we've now ready to reinstated the overhead catenary.



Above: Tram cars have been rolling under there own power again on test this month (March 2014) for the first time since November last year, here Standard class no. 147 makes a round trip taking the centre 'up' line which is not a normal operation as the outer loop is used prototypically but its all part of the first preseason electrics test.

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Above: The shunting corner, not strictly prototypical but done in good faith and mirroring other light rail systems in the UK, Hired EWS class 08 waits which some EX BR tube opens in the new and highly detailed compound area, as you can see we have a number of new attentions which we hope will keep the visiting public interested for the coming season!



Above: We'll end with a look at the resident Class 04 industrial and its new plant wagons, bought as ready to run Farish the wagons are typical of the sorts of things that make there want over time onto light rail networks, still lots of work to be done, but we're hoping to use the class 04 more during operations this year.

Well thats it for now, thanks for reading and hope you'll contunie to follow us thoughout 2014!

Remember our opening show is at the Beamish tramway museum model show on the 5th and 6th of April 2014, and is the furthest North Thornton Gate as been to date!
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