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Hi i have started building Loughborough GCR in 00 i have used Prototype GCR Bridges brick paper that i downloaded of a internet website Metcalfe slabs and stairs and platform kits the website address that i have posted pictures is http://www.railwaypictures.co.uk in the search box type GCR and click on search!!! let me know what you think
 

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Certainly an interesting building with the entrance and booking hall on the road level and the steps down to the platform. By coincidence someone's doing Quorn station in this months BRM.
 

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What you've done is looking good, the building certainly resembles the one in the books I have on the GC past and present. Keep up the good work and keep us posted.

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QUOTE (spongebob @ 21 Jun 2007, 19:43) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Certainly an interesting building with the entrance and booking hall on the road level and the steps down to the platform. By coincidence someone's doing Quorn station in this months BRM.


Yeh i saw it. I read through it and apperently he has made a few alterations to it as well. I feel if you are going to model the real thing it should be don to the true thing. I have also done the Grand Union canal Bridge, which is at the back of the (current) shed. it is made from the prototype GCR bridge kit. I haven't used the actual kit due to it being abit rare. I scanned it in to the computer and printed copies off to do it. That way i have got them when i want more and join kits together.
 
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