Burraw Central - OOGauge Model Railway. UPDATED!-23/07/2009

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Burraw Central - OOGauge Model Railway. UPDATED!-23/07/2009

Postby burrawcentral » Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:04 pm

Hello,

Hi all. I have been away from the railway as i have been sorting things out and really had no money to get stuff etc. So i am going to be going up there and start talking photos etc. My layout is 24Ft x 10Ft :).

So here are some images:

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And my site URL is : http://burrawcentral.co.cc.

I will update this thread as much as i can with new things pics, what ever i can.

Thanks a lot,
Liam...
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Postby Black-Marlin » Wed Jul 01, 2009 11:10 pm

24' x 10'? Blimey, mate, you'll be a long time get that all scenic'd up! :shock: Still, progress looks good so far - any chance of a trackplan? Or even (and I'm not saying this to be snide, I promise!) some pictures perhaps a little better focused?

Also, it looks like modern era. Any thoughts on region, timescale, types of service etc?

Will be interested to see this one come on.

Cheers,
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(owner of another reasonably large loft-based layout)

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Postby burrawcentral » Wed Jul 01, 2009 11:27 pm

Sorry the pics where taken on my phone.. Will get some better ones soon.

Also it is modern and its called Burraw Central as there is no place like it so i can run what i want witch i like so that it really.
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Postby edwardholmes91 » Wed Jul 01, 2009 11:35 pm

Wow, it looks great so far. I am jealous of the space you have! I cant wait to come up and see it for real, its going to be amazing! :D

I have a mere 10ft by 6ft and thats its maximum dimensions, its really 6ft by 4ft with two side wings that are 6ft by 2ft. In a kind of C shape. Anyway... don't want to hijack your thread... it looks like it has come on quite a way! Im a very firm believer of IMR (Its my railway) which mean I can do what I like and run what I like. Mine is based on pre 1960s but I run Eurostar ocasionally! :P

Look forward to seeing your progress, appart from the size of the pictures they look okay to me... I strugle to get all my layout in one pic and when I do it looks silly because the loft beams get in the way! :( You don't appear to have that problem! :x

Anyways, enough of my rambling, and I look forward to seeing it soon :D

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Postby burrawcentral » Wed Jul 01, 2009 11:37 pm

You could always click on the images :).

And thanks for the comment. also any things that happen i will post them here.
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Postby edwardholmes91 » Wed Jul 01, 2009 11:46 pm

burrawcentral wrote:You could always click on the images :).

And thanks for the comment. also any things that happen i will post them here.

No problem, its my pleasure, I did click them but even then they are small... 800 by 600 is fine for the forum or if you use www.imageshack.us I think there is some link code that does resizing when you click for you?

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Postby burrawcentral » Thu Jul 02, 2009 7:49 am

yer but don't forget i did take them on me phone...
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Postby edwardholmes91 » Thu Jul 02, 2009 11:09 am

burrawcentral wrote:yer but don't forget i did take them on me phone...

No... I am not criticising them at all. And I must apologise... I didn't realise when you clicked them for a second time in photo bucket they went to probably 800 by 600 :oops: I don't think on my layout thread there was any pictures on my first post at all! And my first pictures were not exactly the most interesting either :oops: I think they were of a messy loft that needed to be tidied lol!

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Postby burrawcentral » Sat Jul 18, 2009 11:59 pm

UPDATE - 18/07.09

Some Pictures:
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A Video:
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More Pics Soon!. Edward, Bring you cam up so you can take some pics for your website :).
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Postby burrawcentral » Sun Jul 19, 2009 6:37 pm

UPDATE - 19/07/09

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Edward.H is coming up tomorrow so i might have some pics. :) for my visitor page...
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Postby edwardholmes91 » Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:37 pm

burrawcentral wrote:Edward.H is coming up tomorrow so i might have some pics. :) for my visitor page...

Thats me everyone :D I cant wait! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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Postby burrawcentral » Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:38 pm

Yer :). I hope you do bring some trains down.
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Postby ste234 » Sun Jul 19, 2009 8:41 pm

Nice pics but in that 1st pic the track looks a bit bumpy :wink: :shock:
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Postby burrawcentral » Sun Jul 19, 2009 9:38 pm

ste234 wrote:Nice pics but in that 1st pic the track looks a bit bumpy :wink: :shock:

Yer i now. I made it like that so it looks realish :oops:, Also i didn't get the chance to build a A-Frame for my layout, as i don't want to chop me fingers of and me dad can't help me as he can't fit in the loft..

Thanks for the nice comment.

PS: Burraw Central has weather. Take a look on my website "Home Page" near the bottom. Burraw Central
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Re: Burraw Central - OOGauge Model Railway. UPDATED!

Postby B@rney » Mon Jul 20, 2009 3:30 pm

burrawcentral wrote:PS: Burraw Central has weather. Take a look on my website "Home Page" near the bottom. Burraw Central


Thats not the weather i got outside my window! :)


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