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Mercator II
post 21 Nov 2011, 16:52
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here is the first batch from me

do feel free to add yours

sorry I forgot to write name of this one down





Grange over Sands




Norvic Junction



Garsdale Head



Broadwater Junction




Claydon


Norgate




well thats my pt1, more too follow



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post 21 Nov 2011, 20:20
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QUOTE (Mercator II @ 21 Nov 2011, 16:52) *
sorry I forgot to write name of this one down


It's Wibdenshaw Brian!

Nice pics mate, but I see you suffered the same problem as me with out of focus pictures because of the terrible lighting!

Some of mine.

Kirkby Stephen West




Just loved this one below biggrin.gif wink.gif





St Marnock Engine Shed






W.D.L.R Q.DUMP





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post 21 Nov 2011, 21:20
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Here are some of mine - it's a memory competition for those who were there because I didn't write any layout names down and barely remember any of them.

All of these photos are a fraction of the original size. If there's a portion of an image you'd like to see a bit closer, post a copy of the image with a red X on it and I'll see what I can do. As has been said, the light was poor, so depth of field was low. If it's something that wasn't focused on, it's probably blurred.

To anyone who has already looked at my Warley 2011 album, these are the same photos.

Bachmann: Blue Pullman unpainted pre-production model



Bachmann: Other stuff, mostly electrics of one kind or another and the V2



A US narrow gauge mine - and it really was yellow, it's not just the lighting





A very large bridge (Nijmegen) in N, followed by the station





G Scale - Klein Arosa



which is inspired by Arosa in the Graubunden, Switzerland



A delightful and beautifully modelled canalside dock and narrow gauge railway





A Highland railway station with a lot of seagulls



Epsom Station



Maloja - an Rhb model in HOm



Broadford - Based in Victoria, Australia





and a Garrett at work on a freight train



Jungle railway - built as a bet "You couldn't build a model railway"



The N2 when not hidden behind MRF members wink.gif



Kimble



Helmthwaite Mills



Down by the river



Unrebuilt Royal Scot (7mm scale)



Western View Shed (7mm scale)



OOn9



LNWR Shed







Dewsbury (7mm scale)





Heljan: Pre-production DP2 prototype



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post 21 Nov 2011, 21:42
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QUOTE (madon37s @ 21 Nov 2011, 20:20) *
Just loved this one below biggrin.gif wink.gif


W.D.L.R Q.DUMP





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Yes, loved the detector van too as well as the W.D.L.R Q.DUMP
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Here are a few of the photos I took:

The OO LNWR Steam Shed was the best layout for me.









Although I am a sucker for a Christmas themed layout! Spent quite a while watching this one, despite its size there was a lot going on!



Diesels on the Ducky was a bit of a disappointment foir me. Always a big crowd at it, but not ,much going on. The layout was of high quality, but not enough happening to hold my interest. Whats the point in building the lovely roundhouse without using it?



Now heres a proper depot layout!Steam! (And lots of motion!)









Here are a few other shots I found interesting:


(CAn you tell I like sheds?!)



The detail in the shop fronts was incredible:






Lastly, another shot of the "Grey" Pullman and then the first of the 'Twins to hit the market, followed by the new 3F.







Hope you enjoy,

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QUOTE (dwb @ 21 Nov 2011, 21:20) *
A very large bridge (Nijmegen) in N, followed by the station





Is that not the work of an MRF member ?
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i have seen St Marnock layout a few times now,totally brilliant,when you see it and you get the full effect with the 'steam' rising and the sound loco's blaring it is, as my son would say, Awesome!
Some nice layouts there,looked a good show


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Hi,
Plenty to enjoy at the show, thankfully enough seating to ease my struggles ohmy.gif , sadly missed the 'meet' yet again (you lucky people wink.gif ), also sad to have missed some of the layouts huh.gif
I've only just started looking at my snaps but these two, with what I thought of as a passable resemblance to the often hapless Mr Hardy and Mr Laurel, seemingly oblivious of the rolling stock 'fine mess' not far above their heads...
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... might amuse, hopefully I'll find some worthy of posting in my Gallery later in the week cool.gif

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post 21 Nov 2011, 22:39
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Great pics guys and many thanks for sharing them. Like Brian I loved the "Rivet Counter" detector van.

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post 21 Nov 2011, 23:56
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I was gunna share the detector van but Paul beat my to it, might nick it for my layout!!

heres part 2, will try not to duplicate any

Owen street





Kirkby Stephen West



Halston Junction




this was my favourite
Crumley and Little Wickhill






this was the best layout I have seen for along time, completely covered so hopefully the pics look good on everyones screens. The layout is viewed from either end looking down its length, and you can't see all of it from one spot, really draws you in

well that's all folks, from me anyway


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post 22 Nov 2011, 06:07
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Thanks for the photos guys. Looks like a great exhibition.

Like the Rivet counter detector van too.
The 3rd photo of St Marnock show a couple of guys sniffing too much smoke.

Mark

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QUOTE (Brian Considine @ 22 Nov 2011, 05:44) *
Is that not the work of an MRF member ?

Brian are you thinking of Remagen? I know I thought the same thing when I first saw those photos.


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post 22 Nov 2011, 08:24
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QUOTE (Brian Considine @ 21 Nov 2011, 21:42) *
Yes, loved the detector van too as well as the W.D.L.R Q.DUMP


Does this mean you went to Warley Brian? If you did it's a shame I didn't get chance to meet you.

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QUOTE (7113 @ 21 Nov 2011, 22:39) *
Like Brian I loved the "Rivet Counter" detector van.

Regards


Now, that's given me an idea......................


QUOTE (jukebox @ 22 Nov 2011, 07:51) *
Brian are you thinking of Remagen? I know I thought the same thing when I first saw those photos.


Ah, at least the name ends about the same !


QUOTE (madon37s @ 22 Nov 2011, 08:24) *
Does this mean you went to Warley Brian? If you did it's a shame I didn't get chance to meet you.

Kind regards

Paul


No, I was commenting on the pictures - I was going to go on the Sunday but an urgent job came up & the bonus was being surrounded by wall to wall lovely ladies - it's a crummy job, but someone has to do it !

It would have been nice to have met some more MRF members, still, another time.
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post 22 Nov 2011, 18:22
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I would upload some of mine but there dosent seem to be much point, it looks like mine will just be duplicates of the others.

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