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> Dover Priory and Dover Town Yard.Kent.UK., An attempt to model the real thing......(within reason).
Julian2011
post 14 Apr 2013, 16:13
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What ..!! you mean to say, J, that you did not spot the "diminished owner", of this item, around the edges..........

Indeed I did spot the Submariner ..... in Post #2619 .....

My question was about the 1st 2 pictures in Post # 2630 .....

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Does this refer to the Seagull, in pic 1 or the Spaceman Visor effect in pic 2 .......


.... of course it couldn't have been about the Submariner anyway, as they "float" in the wrong medium and go in the other direction ..... unsure.gif
It could be said that the Moon moves Submariners in mysterious ways 'though .....much braver than many and as such should not really be diminished, although you may be forgiven in the sheer excitement of a new lens ..... cool.gif rolleyes.gif


Like the close ups of the tunnel entrance too, as BD says, it is very clear indeed ....

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David Todd
post 14 Apr 2013, 22:29
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Evening..........Ok, so you have had the intermission,consuming your ice cream's and popcorn........... dribble.gif

Pics.story only, .How the left of the North tunnel area was built up,..........Will post in stages for you............

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P1040573(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

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P1040595(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040596(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040597(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

Another 20. pics. to post............Tea break, now........... rolleyes.gif


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David Todd
post 14 Apr 2013, 23:09
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11.

P1040598(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040599(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040600(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040601(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040603(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040612(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040613(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040614(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr
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P1040615(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

I will post the rest after, 0700.hrs uk time.............BFn



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Big Dave
post 14 Apr 2013, 23:24
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Hi Dave What is that tool in Post #2642 Photo 7 biggrin.gif java script:add_smiliehttp://www.modelrailforum.com/forums/style_images/14-Orange-Garratt/folder_editor_images/rte-emo-button.png(":D","smid_8")


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Look forward to the rest of the pics dt - why does the object in (your ?) hands in the firt picture remind me of something else (or is it because it's "stupid time") in the UK ?

BTW - the ice cream was starting to melt.
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post 15 Apr 2013, 06:03
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Moorings'..........The continuation.

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P1040617(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

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P1040619(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

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P1040621(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

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P1040622(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

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P1040623(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

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P1040625(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

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P1040626(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

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P1040636(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr

Well, that was 3-ish hours yesterday, of Lofty sr's work,showing me his methods of Scenery making.
My Thank's to him...........

The "tool", B.D. wanted to know about, is a Woodlands scenics hair dryer, rrp..24.75. picked off ebay, for 3.70p a couple of year's ago.

The classroom lessons' will take place again,next Sunday,in the same area.

Thanks, for taking your time to view and post..............Happy building.......... wink.gif


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post 15 Apr 2013, 07:28
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DP. North Tunnel, last year...........



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post 15 Apr 2013, 14:13
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P1030740(1) by David Todd 2012, on Flickr


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Link below,is to my layout, Dover Priory and Town Yard.Kent Uk
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]Click this link and watch my Naff Video Company,clips,of my layout
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post 15 Apr 2013, 15:26
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QUOTE (David Todd @ 15 Apr 2013, 09:13) *

Dang it ...dt..., will you QUIT posting pictures of your model and add some of the real thing for us to compare it with biggrin.gif wink.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

Looking excellent, those scenery "tutorial" pictures are very helpful/informative, should probably have you start a scenery topic to sticky for everyone!


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post 15 Apr 2013, 16:07
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Hi dt

Useful pictures thank-you. Did you delouse that hair before you used it? I thought I saw the odd crab? I thought DP would be to far from the waters edge for crabs?




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Have heard it all now blow dried trees and ivy yikes.gif


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post 15 Apr 2013, 20:21
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Ow do dt,

Liking the left hand side of the Tunnel now .....

Nice idea to paint the confusion of scrub at the same time as the ground under it ...... biggrin.gif biggrin.gif


That stuff you are glueing down for the Brambles etc seems to be causing a comment or two ..... ohmy.gif



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Have heard it all now blow dried trees and ivy


The Blow Dry helps keep it all looking good and kept in place .......... You know the phrase - Poise - n - Ivy .......... lmfao.gif


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The Blow Dry helps keep it all looking good and kept in place .......... You know the phrase - Poise - n - Ivy .......... lmfao.gif

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post 16 Apr 2013, 10:35
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hi dt seen the pics taken with all the weird lenses dont look bad got to finish it this sunday make it look even better the fittings will make a big difference when they go in nice one innocent.gif
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Hello.

Having been in @ "Info,overload.com", in my head,since last Friday.
I do not wish to go,the fully,computer layout route......... ohmy.gif

My decision is to Stick with Esu control, "In House",with the exception of switchpilots,which are replaced by Richards' Dcc Cobalts.
The Cobalt's are driven off,a separate bus ring,supplied with dcc. 11.9 volt's, and not the 13/14. volt's the Ecos supplies.
I now feel, Esu,can deliver what I require,on my small layout.

Here is a short clip,from the rail track view of the work carried out last Sunday, knowing how critical you like to be, yes it is my "working lamp" again, no natural colour's. tongue.gif
The scenery on the left,is to be "finished" this coming Sunday.



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Link below,is to my layout, Dover Priory and Town Yard.Kent Uk
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