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entry 28 Nov 2011, 16:22
Well I see my railway as a railway with some scenery around it rather than a scenic exposition with a railway running through it, of course my techniques have improved a bit still I like Woodside shown in this view, built for gremlin to play cars on but it looks quite well I think, her importantness think so too which matters lots!



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post 28 Nov 2011, 20:13
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In the early days of OO model railways in our house, there was always a space for the town where my younger brothers would play cars. On occasions all the houses, plastic Brittains hedges / trees etc would be uprooted and set out on the living room floor - the one condition being that there had to be space left for father to relax in front of the telly in the evening.

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QUOTE (dwb @ 28 Nov 2011, 21:13)
In the early days of OO model railways in our house, there was always a space for the town where my younger brothers would play cars. On occasions all the houses, plastic Brittains hedges / trees etc would be uprooted and set out on the living room floor - the one condition being that there had to be space left for father to relax in front of the telly in the evening.

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Something similar in our house but the boss is a lot less understanding than my mother ever was and this room is easier to access than our loft, so I made a compromise



QUOTE (dwb @ 28 Nov 2011, 21:13)
In the early days of OO model railways in our house, there was always a space for the town where my younger brothers would play cars. On occasions all the houses, plastic Brittains hedges / trees etc would be uprooted and set out on the living room floor - the one condition being that there had to be space left for father to relax in front of the telly in the evening.

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