Roundhouse Billy

Modelling railways using real steam power.
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Steamer91
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This is my Roundhouse Billy. On our line at our old address....



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Oh I REALLY love that. I have a decent size garden and would have loved to have an outdoor layout. But sadly my time for managing such a build has passed so I can only admire the work of others. Well done.
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that looks great and I bet it's fun.
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I would love to see a Deltic or a Western hauling a long rake of coaches around that Garden......
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Hound Dog wrote: Fri Oct 18, 2019 11:29 pm I would love to see a Deltic or a Western hauling a long rake of coaches around that Garden......
Might need to ease the curves to do that as you'd be running a gauge 1 Deltic or Western to run on those lines from the looks of it. :)
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