St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Vitray » Sun Oct 20, 2019 3:50 pm

Nice video. Thanks.
Thanks for watching. See you soon !

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Vitray » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:14 am

Post deleted. Wrong thread. Sorry :oops:
Thanks for watching. See you soon !

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Chops » Tue Oct 22, 2019 4:22 am

Ingenious, very much enjoyed the video. The river scene continues to mesmerize.
Your layout is a standard by which I would measure my own small efforts.
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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Chops » Sun Oct 27, 2019 1:09 am

RailwayRobbo wrote:
glencairn wrote:
Dad-1 wrote:Should I, or shouldn't I include another Video of trains running on St Oval.
Geoff T.


Do what you like so long as it is to do with railway modelling. :lol:
Decorating the bathroom (or anywhere else) is not allowed here. :lol:

Glencairn


NO reminders please of what I should be doing when I'm actually in the layout shed.

Thank You.


Another video would be grand. Different angles, perhaps a still of the marvelous waterside with the
train cruising through it.
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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Vitray » Sun Oct 27, 2019 5:30 am

Chops wrote:Another video would be grand. Different angles, perhaps a still of the marvelous waterside with the
train cruising through it.
I second that.
Thanks for watching. See you soon !

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Dad-1 » Sun Jun 21, 2020 2:37 pm

Sorry but I keep returning to St Oval.
Here we have a lazy father's day freight running through quietly.

One day perhaps I'll get around to finishing this 'Favourite' running oval. A year since many trees
were removed to do an exhibition on another layout and they're still in the box !!

A question for anyone watching.
Which is the 'Wren' wagon ?

https://youtu.be/56qHSvH8xEE

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Bufferstop » Sun Jun 21, 2020 2:42 pm

I'll vote for the second cattle wagon. Looks a bit short but has the essential hole in the upper door.
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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Dad-1 » Sun Jun 21, 2020 2:51 pm

Sorry Bufferstop - Wrong.

The second cattle wagon is from a Dapol Kit and is in fact the right length.
The wrong-un is the patched Bachmann RTR, for some reason they've never re-tooled it.

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby glencairn » Sun Jun 21, 2020 2:53 pm

I'll choose the white van. No reason because I haven't a clue.

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Dad-1 » Sun Jun 21, 2020 3:03 pm

Hi Glencairn,

Knowing now what the first 2 are you were left with one chance in 7

But - Wrong, that is a Parkside kit for which I still have to get the right decal sheet to finish.
That has it's own story - paid for but never received, chased and never received, promised and never received !!

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby PinkNosedPenguin » Sun Jun 21, 2020 4:33 pm

Dad-1 wrote:A question for anyone watching.
Which is the 'Wren' wagon ?

Is it the Esso tanker? (BTW shouldn't it be Wrenn)?

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Dad-1 » Sun Jun 21, 2020 7:13 pm

Brilliant PNP,

Who but an experienced 'N' gauge modeller would pick up the missing 'N' !
You know I had to get my magnifying glass out to check, yet the optician thinks
my sight is still O.K to drive ?

Well no, the Esso tank is from a Dapol kit. While the Bachmann cattle wagon is long,
my 'A' tank is short, simply a re-paint and re-numbering of the 'B' class tank. I'd have
to check the details, but the light distillates can have a larger tank that carries the
same weight. Both fit on exactly the same chassis. More pointless knowledge. Could
I be bothered to add a small slice from another tank - No Way !!

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Lysander » Sun Jun 21, 2020 9:25 pm

Dad-1 wrote:Hi Glencairn,

Knowing now what the first 2 are you were left with one chance in 7

But - Wrong, that is a Parkside kit for which I still have to get the right decal sheet to finish.
That has it's own story - paid for but never received, chased and never received, promised and never received !!

Geoff T.


I will send you a sheet for your Mica sometime during the week Geoff. They are waterslide from Modelmaster, left over from a long-finished project. If you are using roundels, enough for one; if you are using large GW initials, enough for two.

Tony
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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Dad-1 » Sun Jun 21, 2020 9:34 pm

Hi Tony,
Thanks for remembering you still had some, let alone sending to me.
I'll PM you the story .....

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Re: St.Oval - A scenic Set Track Oval

Postby Lysander » Sun Jun 21, 2020 9:46 pm

In the post tomorrow Geoff. A meagre return for your kindness!

Tony
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