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bonneville
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Postby bonneville » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:13 pm

Sorry if I have been a little quiet recently, I updated my android phone to software version 4.0 and ever since, I have not been able to upload pictures from my phone to the mygn15 pictures site. It refuses to transfer photos on the grounds that they are not jpegs, but the picture data on my phone says they are. Very confusing. My phone shop don't have a clue, so I am on on my own with this one.

More developments have been made, and more locos, buildings and details are waiting to be posted, just bear with me while I sort out this phone.

Funny thing is, it was totally fine before the upgrade, and the software only contained more apps, which I don't use anyways. Oh well, you live and learn.....

Hoping y'all had a great Christmas,

Regards, Alex.
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Postby michael » Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:38 pm

Alex I am sure that you in fact don't sleep! Welcome to the best model forum site about having fun with things narrow and on rails. You are the only modelbuilder that I know who can warp time, c'mon! 4 hours to build the Listerish Loco. :wink:

Very nice style to your work, and crisp as well. Gn15 will eventually get into your blood there is no Gnown Cure, and it is such a short step from 1/32 to 1/24 or 1/22.5.

I look forward to your future endeavors.
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Postby bonneville » Sat Dec 29, 2012 9:18 pm

Thank you Michael. I have enjoyed the macton saga very much too.

Hoping to post some picture updates soon.

Regards, Alex.
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Postby bonneville » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:30 pm

Sorry I haven't posted in ages, I am in the throes of moving house, and still cannot post photos due to a software glitch I am struggling to sort out.

since the last update, I have completed:

2X ex.mod type flat wagons,
1X open wagon
1X van
1X cast iron fancy lamp post
3x diesel locos of different types
1X estate workshop building

and some other details and bits.
All are styrene and freelance, like my other stuff. Photos to follow.

Apologies for dissapearing since Christmas, Lots on at the mo.

Regards, Alex.
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