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 Posted: Thu Jan 5th, 2017 04:27 pm
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Sadly I can't even use my sons computer to upload pics to my post very disappointing I did what  John said to do what is so frustrating is I could open my folder from the Gallery button but when I left clicked the pic it came up with a system error, end of that idea.:bang:
Looks like back to one pic or each post, bugger, I am still trying to con my wife into letting me buy an ex-government Lap top
Thanks for your help John:Salute:
I will have to do series of three post with one pic at a time, showing different angles of the second station building I will be modelling.
The station is East Perth terminus where the famous Indian pacific ends her journey across Australia three nights.

First pic is the front view from car park
Tony from down under

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 Posted: Thu Jan 5th, 2017 04:30 pm
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This pic is is a closer view the car past and front entrance
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 Posted: Thu Jan 5th, 2017 04:35 pm
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Third pic is  the platform  entrance, my version be slightly different  with not so much detail take too long to build  and hard trying to copy from a pics.
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 Posted: Thu Jan 5th, 2017 07:28 pm
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Hi Tony :wave:


Nice to see the pix.

I checked the new photos that you uploaded to your Gallery.

At this end, here I can click on all of the recent ones & see them enlarged as normal.

You have obviously uploaded them, totally fine.

The puzzle is still ...

... why your computer won't let you click on them normaly ?

Mmm...

Damn 'puters is all I can say.

Oh well, the pix are up & here, which is good.


Personaly, I always show 1 photo per Post.

Many users have SLOW connections & Pages with zillions of photos on are simply a pain in the butt !

I very OFTEN terminate Pages like that, on my cellphone, since if they contain a ridiculous amount, like 15 MegaBytes of images, they have INSANE loading times, unless you have fibre up your . . .

All the best.


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I am still trying to con my wife into letting me buy an ex-government Lap top

If the one you have still works try installing Linux, probably you will be surprised with improvement.... and it's free.
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 Posted: Fri Jan 6th, 2017 02:05 am
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Hi Jose, is Linux  a photo hosting programme could you sent me the link, the Aussie link you have to pay a monthly fee depends if it is the same mob, Linux.com.au.
There is another photo hosting called imgur, my son said it is meant for forum posting not all lost.. My son said he will send me the link to Imgur


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 Posted: Fri Jan 6th, 2017 03:11 am
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Here is the next set of three pics of East Perth terminus station pics
Looking over from the suburban platform bridge where the Indian Pacific pulls into
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 Posted: Fri Jan 6th, 2017 03:13 am
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Pic two is of the northern end entrance to the station building.
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 Posted: Fri Jan 6th, 2017 03:23 am
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Final pic of series two is of the Indian Pacific ready to depart back to Sydney via Adelaide.
I actually have this loco NR28 by Austrains, nice loco, but now has a different colour scheme can't keep up
The platform is the longest platform in Australia can hold 28 passenger cars, you can check it out on Google Earth.
Where the train will change to Sydney Central , I am modifying the module so that the  section with the loco and few coaches lift out to a pedestrian  walk way from the road level SC to  access  the suburban platforms, that's the plan , more pics to follow.
Enjoy, Tony from down under
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 Posted: Fri Jan 6th, 2017 01:30 pm
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Hi Si, What a bugger you can't just save the link of just the first set of 6 pics would could that happen.
At least I can access some of those top squares a pity about the main, I think I may be back in business joining a hosting mob that changes your pic into an URL link.
OH yeah the last pic I posted is  my favourite pic, a pity it has copy right didn't notice till it was too late, can you delete it, or will it be ok  thanks, Indian  Pacific train, with the blue loco. (EDIT - photo deleted as requested - JG Mod)

The only problem with one pic per post you go through a lot of post.
We are still having a mild January, ok in under cover but in the afternoon the humidity gets you, how are you coping with winter bloody cold.
tomorrow  I be back on my layout modifying a  module the will become two different station scenes by lifting the station building and some platform out the way, can't wait to run my first train probably being a freight train, stay tunned .
Tony from warm down under



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