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demaine22 wrote: One thing I didn't say was that I'm curious about maybe exhibiting sometime...does anyone know how to get onto the circuit at all? Ideally in the South.
demaine22 wrote:EDIT: One thing I didn't say was that I'm curious about maybe exhibiting sometime...does anyone know how to get onto the circuit at all? Ideally in the South.
Steve Bennett wrote:Better get your couplings sorted first Simon, looks like you have 3 incompatible systems at the moment
demaine22 wrote:I get a little concerned about the thickness of the wire, but I think for under £2 it may just be worth a gamble!
derrickn wrote:I am really impressed with the static grass.I thought my APA layout was so small it could do without static grass,,but having seen the diffrence it has made to your layout,i am not so sure now.
demaine22 wrote:derrickn....don't listen to Steve...experiment
Steve Bennett wrote:demaine22 wrote:derrickn....don't listen to Steve...experiment
I agree completely, do experiment, static grass is a great scenic material.
BUT, having seen Derricks layout, that is not the place to experiment, its really nicely finished already.
Certainly, the bank or slope at the front would look great with longer grass Derrick and a few clumps along the base of the cliff at the back. Then a few patches around the track area to tie it all together See what I mean about getting carried away
Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 8:43 am Post subject:
when I lived in Banbury, club was connected to the big local food company(Maxwell House coffee producer I think), but it is over 20 years ago since I moved from there , up north. Also be warned , not all clubs are as friendly as the ones we have up here.
Also worth while talking to any local model railway shops, and you might have more luck down in Kidlington(Oxford).
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