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Hi there!

Postby Gnarrow Minded » Tue Mar 01, 2011 10:31 am

After visiting regularly I've finally taken the plunge! (Maybe it was seeing "North Ings" at the Lincoln garden railway show - just so you know who to blame :lol: )

I'm a total virgin wrt Gn15, but I have a 16mm narrow gauge garden line that supposedly has a brickworks "up the line" - having decided to move up from 009 and 0-16.5 for my indoor railway fix, I'm planning on making the "Loscoe Grange Brickworks" a reality as a little industrial layout :wink:

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Postby Charlie Stewart » Tue Mar 01, 2011 1:46 pm

Ha so I'm to blame then???... glad that "Barton Ings" made an impression on you.....

... enjoy the fun over here....

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Postby chris stockdale » Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:54 pm

Hello and welcome. Plenty to entertain in here. Looking forward to your own take on a brickworks in due course.

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Postby Gnarrow Minded » Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:55 pm

Sorry Charlie, senior moment :oops: (and yet another birthday coming up next monday :roll: )
Yes, Barton Ings was the final straw! Seeing it in the flesh has tipped me over the edge and set me upon the rocky road as a Gnu Gnotts Gnatterer.

If anyone's interested, my 16mm "effort" lives here..
http://wllr.webs.com/
Anyone else play out in the garden?

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Postby Charlie Stewart » Tue Mar 01, 2011 11:11 pm

ah everything falls into place.....

... good luck with the quest for a JCB ????


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Postby Gnarrow Minded » Wed Mar 02, 2011 12:14 am

Charlie Stewart wrote:ah everything falls into place.....

... good luck with the quest for a JCB ????


Charlie


That's right, 'tis I :lol:

There's actually a couple on eBay at the moment (think one might be ended Gnow), but the sellers didn't reply to my request for shipping quotes to the UK :cry:
(and yes, they're BNIB, shrink wrapped etc,etc........for the collectors).


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