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 Posted: Thu Mar 19th, 2015 09:39 pm
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Hi Peter.

AWESOME pix !

Just love that new wooden critter of yours !

It has that 'Deliverance' look to it !!!

I can almost hear the banjo sounds coming from the cab !

I wont be getting lost in the woods near Two Sisters !!!

All the best.

Cheers.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 20th, 2015 11:30 am
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Thank you Si I'm glad you approve. It will be interesting to see how she is received at my next show in a few weeks in Tring.

Peter M

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A few pictures taken at Beacon-Rail 2015 exhibition on 11th April, an enjoyable small show where we were sadly the only narrow gauge exhibit.















While exhibiting at Tring we gained another sister.

Peter M



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 Posted: Mon Apr 13th, 2015 01:38 pm
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Hi Peter.

Great pix. from Tring !

Can you tell me what the corrugated-iron material on your green-shed is ?

I've seen a few options for 1:32/1:35 ...
...your shed-roof looks 'bang on'.

Cheers.

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Hi Simon, The material I used for the corrugated Iron was inside the wrapper of some things used to hold coffee and keep your hands from being burnt. I found them by accident after a shower had de-laminated them. I think craft shops sell brightly coloured stuff you could use instead.

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Excellent photos, Peter. I look forward to Two Sister's installments. The detailing is wonderful and the equipment is really fine!
The corrugated material looks just right and I can't believe how much of it I have thrown away over the years! From now on, I am hoarding all cardboard materials, just can't tell what may work from the stuff we toss...

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Peter, I continue to enjoy every photograph you post. Your little layout is always an inspiration and a favorite of mine.



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Thank you gentlemen you are too kind.


Regards Peter M



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I have been given a disc of photographs taken by my fellow operator Andy Knott some years ago, here are a few hopefully not seen before.







The Davenport in its original lightly modified condition, it later had a fuel filler and air cleaner added to make it look a bit more interesting.





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The Massey Ferguson 35x getting some attention, she is used mainly for light work around the yard.







A view looking down the yard taken from the top of the engine house.





The yard foreman's hut is based on the ones we had at work, which have now been updated.

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