I'm using 1/2" x No. 2 screws to pin the track to the plywood base, but I'm not going to glue it down, just on bare plywood . It will be a shunting yard with the track in effect "buried" in the earth, and ballast tipped on top of it and glued down.
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When are you lot going to get real ? I've already booked Rachel from "Countdown", so you'll have to settle for a couple of coaches, or a pack of Hornby buffer stops. And Yah boo to you too !
- Fri Nov 14, 2014 7:55 pm
- Forum: General Model Railway Discussion / News
- Topic: List prices
- Replies: 11
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Just goes to show that there are no "free lunches". The only real comparison is the total price you actually pay. RRP is simply a device for claiming the supposed (often fictional) discount that you will achieve if you buy our product. Bit like women's make up adverts - use our products an...
From reading another forum, I gather that a mock up of the class 14 is smashed into a road vehicle (an old type mini apparently) and used in the aftermath (with two carefully placed real Mk2 coaches). That was about the limit of my interest in it so I don't know anymore. Agreed. Now if they'd put t...
- Mon Nov 03, 2014 7:48 pm
- Forum: Personal Layouts - Under Construction
- Topic: Millsend Layout - OO Gauge Sixties Midland
- Replies: 849
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Regrettably, I've only just seen this thread. That September 5th posting with the walls being held up by bracing, and the corner shop look absolutely super, so well done. Obviously a high standard is being maintained.
- Wed Oct 01, 2014 4:27 pm
- Forum: Personal Layouts - Planning
- Topic: Small Set Track DDC Plan
- Replies: 15
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I wonder if once the scenery is in place it will still look "trainsetty" ? I'd reserve judgement on that, because I would have my doubts.