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- GnatterBox Centurion
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OK. I know it is probably a bit late to comment on Richard's latest but I am going to anyway.
I have been following Richard's layouts for a long time and have always admired the original thinking and really quite simple way he pulls off his delightful offerings. This one is another classic. Thank you Richard. Too bad I can't make it to Narrow Gauge West at Shepton Mallet on Feb 16. We have our own purely NG show here in Central Ontario on April 13. Stop by if you are in the area. http://www.narrowgaugemadness.com
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- True GnATTERbox
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I only wish I could come, but Ontario is a little far away
Thanks for your comments, Brian.
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Stopped by this cracking layout today at Stafford. I'm dipping my toe into this branch of our hobby and Richard took the time to describe to me virtually every item of rolling stock on his layout. I appreciated that very much as I am floundering a bit. Thanks!
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- True GnATTERbox
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I currently have this layout. I am looking at building something new for 2018 - not sure whether to try and sell this, or just reuse bits of it on a new layout...Would anyone on here be interested in it?
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