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 Posted: Wed Dec 19th, 2012 03:58 am
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A look six years after constructing 




 

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 Posted: Wed Dec 19th, 2012 04:10 am
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Now we can start on the rest of the garden.




After first breaking out of the train room in the opposite direction.








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 Posted: Wed Dec 19th, 2012 04:12 am
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Well I'll go to the foot of my sock. S W M B O has given instructions that we are about to leave on a shopping trip. Who can think of anthing worse. "Ouch" she's looking over my shoulder. Must go.



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Very impressive, and very nicely done.

I especially like the Garratt.


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Work at Gnome Valley has come to a sudden stop owing to this very strange stuff that seems to have arrived overnight.




Here we see Eggbert Hucklederry of Barrowbridge, from the area known as Yorkhampshire, in the period of Upper Middle Earth, long before recorded history setting out to see why the train has not yet arrived being waved off by Mr Mirata the head clerk in the village warehouse. 

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Just DEE-LIGHT-FUL! Wonderful photos of a wonderful railway. Yes, I am partial to your Garratt...I may have to paint mine up now. Carry on, sir.

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That white sheet is a four letter word in my world. Hate the stuff and the accompanying four letter word c-o-l-d.

Nice line btw.



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Hi there Granddad Gnome,
I remember your stuff,from when I used to be in the UK,for a while I produced vacform moulds for casting concrete tunnel mouths end eventually I did a modular viaduct system,but it never really made any real money for me so it went the way of all things,and I moved out here to Bulgaria after a long layup with a smashed ankle,now on my pension I live comfortably and would not like to have to go back to the UK.
I do miss LLanfair show though.
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