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My layout in the attic, roughly based on the Brewing capital of the UK, but with a bit of everywhere thrown in for good measure.
I will update later as I expand the layout.
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Very nice indeed!
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Nice. Does all your stock fit on your layout?
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Looks great Forfarian. That'll keep you occupied for a few hours. R-
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Mountain Goat wrote: Tue Oct 16, 2018 1:23 pm Nice. Does all your stock fit on your layout?
Not all of it, there are about twenty additional locos in a display cabinet, but most of the rolling stock is in use.
Just a few coaches in boxes and any wagons that are being worked on.
I am at the moment extending the track at one end to allow for a parcels depot to fit in with my latest acquisition a Class 128 parcels DMU.
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Very nice.
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It is sometimes remarked, "Everything's big in Texas." Well, it appears the UK is not far behind! Splendid, may I say, sinuous track work. I'd just love to see a video of some of your operations. Please do consider.
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Chops wrote: Thu Oct 18, 2018 4:08 pm It is sometimes remarked, "Everything's big in Texas." Well, it appears the UK is not far behind! Splendid, may I say, sinuous track work. I'd just love to see a video of some of your operations. Please do consider.
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I will make a video, but I am very busy at the moment
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I have made a start on the goods shed extension, track in position but not fastened down. I still have all the droppers to solder on.

Loading dock and cattle pens. there will be a goods crane on the dock and the cattle pens will be disused and overgrown. it may see cattle again when the grandchildren come at Xmas.
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