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 Posted: Thu Jul 12th, 2007 07:46 pm
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Well fellow modellers here's my Gn15 layout (1.45x0.40m) with 0.40m being the Fiddle yard behind the Stable/Garage view blocker.

Phto was taken at Basildon MRC Annual Show last weekend.
The guy holding the bottle of Cider is yours truly:Salute:.
I have other shots of layout but I'm hoping for better ones from a guy with an all singing dancing Nikon who took some 60+ photos on Sunday.
However here's a close up of a mower on the layout:





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 Posted: Thu Jul 12th, 2007 07:58 pm
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Great looking layout..Can wait to see the other photos..:thumb:



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 Posted: Fri Jul 13th, 2007 02:17 am
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Photos,,,  we need more Photos...

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 Posted: Fri Jul 13th, 2007 11:31 am
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SWEET!!! :thumb:

Now theres a module MADE to be operated by Radio Control LOL ( Gerry, R/C's been the big discussion of the month here)

So, the guy with the cider bottle eh............looks like youve weathered a few storms and come out unscathed.......ok, maybe slightly weathered, but in a good way :)



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Nice work Gerry.:bow:



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Welcome aboard Gerry. Nice looking layout. How about some information (and photos) on rolling stock and operations.

Bob

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http://forum.gn15.info/viewtopic.php?t=2313

 

plenty of reading here!

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 Posted: Fri Jul 20th, 2007 08:28 pm
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Well I was going to post in line with requests BUT somehow I've just lost nearly 30 minutes of typing so nothing I'm afraid:bang:. It'll be next week now.

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Oh thats happened to me many times...usually when I hit the home button  forgetting  to hit the send button FIRST!! :Doh:



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Thanks for the comments Guys. Todd the look (weathered) maybe:) unscathed hardly, had heart attack now almost 30 months back and am now full of metal (around 6" at last count) so every day is a bonus:old dude:
Now I'll show the latest addition to Gneiss Farm which I certainly didn't make. Will give kids at shows something small to find:glad:

Snail is 3/16" long rather large for 1/24 scale BUT you have to see something so I'm prepared to accept that;)
What you're seeing on screen is just over 2x actual size!

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