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 Posted: Wed Jun 3rd, 2015 08:03 pm
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Love the scenery, your fiddle yard must be bigger than the layout now with all these critters you keep producing. :P

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Hi Dan,

The fiddle yard is quite small, only two tracks really. At shows I use a table behind the layout to store the rolling stock and power when not in use.
A couple of shots at a show I did last Saturday.





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I like that!

What are the bodies? one looks like a 03 and the other US, the centre open cab is great touch.

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Hi Dan,

The body is made from two American switchers, the one on the left is an SW7 yard switcher the chassis from this powers the device. The one on the right is from a GP7 a road switcher. The fiction being it is powered by a four cylinder diesel in the left side which powers a generator in right hand side. The generator powers the two trucks (bogies) and is also a mobile generator to be used in the fields to power any large electric tools or lights for instance. All nonsense of course, but that is what I like about free lance modelling.

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A few pictures taken by my fellow operator Andy K on his mobile phone at the Northampton and District Narrow Gauge Open Day. A most enjoyable show I must admit, with a friendly knowledgeable gathering of fellow enthusiasts.











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I have been kindly given permission to post a few photographs taken by Mick Thornton, a specialist narrow gauge photographer, at an exhibition last November.
It was a specialist narrow gauge show that I found most enjoyable with a very friendly relaxed atmosphere.













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I have kindly been given permission to post some of the superb photographs of Two Sisters Farm taken by Chris Nevard for Model Rail magazine. He came up last year to take the photos which appear in the July issue of Model Rail magazine no 223.

The pictures are in no particular order and will take a while as they all have to be re-sized.













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Great photos of great modeling. Excellent stuff and very inspiring. We can always stand much more!

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Very nice!. Congratulations!. Jose.



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