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Heathly Heritage and Freight - the garage

Where can I keep my model railway?
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Re: Heathly Heritage and Freight - the garage

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That will teach you to make innocent comments
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Lifes to complicated for me. :D
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Good job i only used celotex in the floor :lol:
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Warm feet :lol:
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Walkingthedog wrote: Tue Dec 25, 2018 2:33 pm Lifes to complicated for me. :D
I was going to comment on how the garage was coming on as a railway room ---- which looks really good.

Then I was lost with the wifi ----? Please do not explain :? That's too complicated for me. :lol:

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Strange how some posts take on a life of their own :D
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glencairn wrote: Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:26 pm
Walkingthedog wrote: Tue Dec 25, 2018 2:33 pm Lifes to complicated for me.
I was going to comment on how the garage was coming on as a railway room ---- which looks really good.

Then I was lost with the wifi ----? Please do not explain :? That's too complicated for me.

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Ok, this is not for you :D . The router is currently too close to my head when in bed. I need to relocate it downstairs, perhaps closer to the garage. Maybe there will be sufficient signal though the double glazed door. It just means that I will be able to go online from the garage. I was assuming that I'd get around to computer-controlled model railway one day :lol: . At the current rate that is a target difficult to see ( I went to spec-savers as well :D ).
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The obstacles to model construction are diminishing and one of my lads came down on Sunday and we (read he :) ) got the scene boards up. I had my ideas but we went with his :lol: . Today I was able to sort some stuff out and tidy a little. I do need to get more ID Scenes to stick on the back boards. I suppose I could paint them......but it's easier via the post :lol: ;) .
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I recollect seeing scenery like that whilst enjoying Yorkshire Pudding on a BR back in 1966. Magnificent scenery.
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