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 Posted: Sat Jun 8th, 2019 09:29 am
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Robert Comerford
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No, I'm the ugly one in the red shirt :>)

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 Posted: Mon Jun 10th, 2019 12:07 pm
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OK, how did you get to Perth ?
I have only been as far south as Adelaide and that was many years back.

Love to see some pics of your layout,
mine is at a stand still.

Been working on a bridge, it be the main centerpiece of the layout,
main span 14 feet, in two pieces for moving around.

Based on the Story bridge Brisbane cantilever design,
mine is a double deck bridge, actually works, doesn't sag in the middle.

Going into hospital Thursday to have a procedure on Friday,
have to stay in over the weekend,
back be full swing into finishing off the last stage of my layout. 

Crazy this week 27 degrees during the day.
 
I saw that Grafton is getting a new road bridge,
what is going to happen with the rail bridge road deck top,
building a new rail bridge too.

Tony


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 Posted: Mon Jun 10th, 2019 11:21 pm
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Robert Comerford
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Good luck, I will be off line again for some time.
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Bob

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 Posted: Tue Jun 11th, 2019 12:07 am
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Hi Bob,

That's a pretty impressive blast furnace in the background.
It looks bigger than the usual Walther's HO job?  Any details??

I used to work on one several careers ago...

And that was a very nice article you did on the NSWGR Fast Electric Parcel Vans for the "7th Heaven".




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 Posted: Tue Jun 11th, 2019 01:04 am
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Thanks John.
Try O gauge railroading forum on the 2-rail scale section for many more posts on Nev's work than are on this one.
All scratchbuilt steelworks has been his latest project.
Nev goes under the name 'roo'
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Bob


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 Posted: Thu Jun 13th, 2019 11:27 pm
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Hi Bob, many thanks in hospital, procedure is this afternoon.

Tony from warm SE/QLD 28 degrees 

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 Posted: Sat Jul 6th, 2019 12:33 pm
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Hello Tony,

How are you going since your op. ?

..............Peter.





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Hi Peter many thanks.

At this stage they are keeping an eye on my throat,
where they say there are some changers, but not bit enough to cut it out.
It will be on going, going back to the ENT at the Ipswich hospital every two months, a pain.

Have to watch what I eat now.
Have to cut the skin off the apple now, otherwise gets caught when swallowing.

Full swing back on the layout had some big changers with the points and crossovers.
I am modelling 5 terminus platforms of Sydney Central,
and three suburban through tracks part of the main line.

Tony


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Good to see you up and about.

Looking forward to seeing some pics when you're ready.

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 Posted: Mon Jul 8th, 2019 04:53 am
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Many thanks Peter.

I have posted some of the latest updates on my station module complex.
 
Tony from down under



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