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Some may enjoy visiting my County Gate website which has a vast number of 'how to' articles and resources.

http://www.009.cd2.com/

 

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John, your website is absolutely first rate. I can see I will be spending a considerable amount of time viewing all you offer.

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Nice website. Thanks for the link. The Glenthorne Harbour section looks particularly nice. I don't see too many European railroads that have that hard worn look to them. Usually, the European railroad models I see look perfectly clean and spotless. I'm sure in real life many of them are but this is a refreshing change to that, IMHO.

Cheers,
Mike

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Oh and the videos are great too. I especially like the mix of prototype operation and model operation on the woodybay video.

Geez, the more I look at it the better I like everything. Outstanding website... Outstanding model railroading.

Mike

Last edited on Sat Aug 25th, 2012 03:39 pm by mwiz64

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First thing I noticed is the fully detailed inside of the tunnel, complete with water runs. Not an everyday sight. Congratulations!.


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