Inglenook Sidings

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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Most of the stuff on sale is smokeless. Doesn’t look right.

You only need one lump, it goes an awful long way by the time you crushed it. It only needs to cover the surface.
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Yes. Real coal is best. :) I brought a small amount with me when we moved from a coal burning house to our new house. Not a lot left now. :(

Some scattered on the floor from the emptying of coal wagons.
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Big update
And possibly mess of it atm

I got more foam and decided to add a little river
Here’s the current stage of the layout
Any tips for the river ?
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Hey everyone
Just added plaster to the river
Was curious if anyone could points me somewhere I can find a plate girder bridge or someone who can make a 3D file of one as I am struggling to find for the layout
Here’s how where we are at so far
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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The river is coming along nicely. Peco do a nice plate girder bridge as seen on my layout here.


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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Have a search for OO or HO railway bridge on www.thingiverse.com, and see if there is one you like... i'll print it for you.
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Stese wrote: Sun May 16, 2021 11:17 am Have a search for OO or HO railway bridge on www.thingiverse.com, and see if there is one you like... i'll print it for you.
Zeno models in O gauge.
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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brian1951 wrote: Sun May 16, 2021 11:28 am
Stese wrote: Sun May 16, 2021 11:17 am Have a search for OO or HO railway bridge on www.thingiverse.com, and see if there is one you like... i'll print it for you.
Zeno models in O gauge.
Ooooops, sorry.
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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teedoubleudee wrote: Sun May 16, 2021 11:37 am
brian1951 wrote: Sun May 16, 2021 11:28 am
Stese wrote: Sun May 16, 2021 11:17 am Have a search for OO or HO railway bridge on www.thingiverse.com, and see if there is one you like... i'll print it for you.
Zeno models in O gauge.
Ooooops, sorry.

It’s alright
Was curious if I could somehow get oo gauge ones and do something to make it o gauge
Maybe her two sets and join them or something along those lines
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Why not make your own out of plasticard. Worth a try and great to work with.
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