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Corusman wrote:It's all looking really good. I hope to come and see the layout in August.
More pictures of painted locos please, especially the box cab.
Have you see Swift Sixteen have produced a tub wagon in this scale.
I have one already and they are beautifully moulded.
demaine22 wrote:Is your layout powered through the track Franck or are your locos manual battery control?
dieselwater wrote:Hi Frank,
Really fantastic layout. I really like how the rolling stock tells a story of all the different gnoings on in and around the crab shack
demaine22 wrote:I love the blue you have used on your wagons Franck, reminds me of the seaside instantaneously! I could do with a break there now!
Did you make your own crabs?
joey wrote:those crabs are amazing loving the engine and rolling stock really does remind me of the beach
howard jones wrote:Hi Franck - I had already admired this layout ( on the 7/8ths group ? ) I know I have seen it somewhere before. I am in the process of building a Gn15 seaside layout and struggling to find the lighter colour of sand that you have used.
Is it '' Marine'' tank sand ? the only marine sand I can find is stark ''white'' and the very light yellowy' sand that is on your layout would suit the sand dunes I am trying to build.
Adrian wrote:G'day guys
Maybe not really close to you but the beach at Adelaide, SA, Oz is really fine although probably a little too white.
Brought some back on a trip there some years ago. Still using it.
Transporting it by plane and dealing with customs and immigration might be fun though.
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