waz wrote:The photo is not very good due to the sunlight from the Velux window.
Rubbish, it's a great picture! Gives a decent view of the layout. If you hadn't mentioned the stitching, I wouldn't have noticed.
dr5euss wrote:You can work it out though. For instance, the distance of the 'door in' is just 7.2 - 4.2 = 3ft.
Centre bit is 4.2 - 1.8 = 2.4.
This is year 7 maths
waz wrote:Hi Chaps !!
Yes, sorry. I realised I had missed some dimentions off after the posting.
The Bit of wall at the top that sticks out is--- 1ft.
The door is----- 20" from the baseboard which make the flap around 20" long.
From the edge of the bottom wall along the baseboard to the flap is---33"
Hope that helps. I'm just being lazy so if I have to I'll re-scan the drawing and post it again.
Lofty----- Yes it does look biger than it is. That is my problem. I don't see me being able to go anywhere to improve the design. I used up every square inch I could to get as much track in as I could.
My Best Regards
waz wrote: Hi Chaps !!!!
I'm not quite sure if I have a valid reason for this video?
I was just relaxing in the train room with a pint and a roll up and the camera was there so I did some shots.
As you can see I have 6 coaches with lights in now so I can run 2x3 lit coaches. It's going to be some while before they're all done.
I'm just in the throws of thinking about street lighting. I have some LED's and the gear the problem is the lamp posts.
I considered drinking straws but I think thay seem to be out of scale. Thin copper or brass tubing would be ideal but I don't seem to be able to source any at the moment. ANY IDEAS?
By the way. Sorry to those of you who don't have broadband but I do like my video's.
Hope you like it and thanks for taking time out to view it, if you do.
My best Regards to you all
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