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Jon Randall wrote:Well I managed to finish the ballast at last. This was a bit of a pig due to the extra fine ballast bubbling up when the wet water was applied.
did a fire wipe out the shed?
Sounds familiar, was it Woodland Scenics by any chance
My method to overcome it here
Jon Randall wrote:I know but I was too Keane to get started and the washer fluid is in the car. It also didn't help that the base has warped so when I tamped it it just vibrated up one side of one rail
Still it is done gnow
like the "Beware of the Engine" sign... Should put that on the gate leading to a garden railway.
Adrian wrote:G'day JonI've been thinking about the model layout in the shed and I haven't ruled it out yet
I have seen it done with the train on a rotating disk (CD?) spinning under the scenic layer and the train poking up through a slot. Can't remember the name of the layout but IIRC it was a 7mm standard gauge layout and the train set was running as a widow display within a a modelled toy shop facade.
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