My layout Castle hill

Tone M

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that looks amazing mate!

Christ.... bet that took you some time?!

And welcome to the forum :D
 

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Thanks it has been on going I guess for about 3 years on and off I got married this year so not a lot was done for about 2 years whilst saving, I find scenery very enjoyable and find it quick to do but it's way off finished there are so many details to go in but the basics are there.

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Looking good, very impressive & love the work that has been put into the scenery.

The phone is very realistic, is it Tamiya or a Monogram! ;) ;) ;)

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Very impressive that, I used to build ho scale when in my 20s
 

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That's very good dave it's missing a tank or two but still very impressive :smiling3:
 

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\ said:
Looking good, very impressive & love the work that has been put into the scenery.The phone is very realistic, is it Tamiya or a Monogram! ;) ;) ;)

Gregg
I would have thought a man of your experience would recognise a Hornby when he saw one!

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That's very impressive Dave, very cool indeed...is that BT Tower in the background??? o_O

Lee :smiling3:
 

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nice work there Dave, do like the ruins ;)

i think alayout you would always find some think you would like to improve on :rolleyes:
 

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Is this HO scale? 1/87 scale...just wondered as my Bates Mansion would look nice sat on the hill lol.

Lovely layout, great work.

Si:smiling3:
 

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It's N gauge 1:144 originally an under bed layout but now it's fitted into a custom unit i still have a lid to make to keep dust off.

Dave
 

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OK I thought it was great at HO. At N gauge its bloody awesome!

I always fancied an N layout in a coffee table.

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I'm not a train guy but looking at the layout it looks so good I could get tempted
 

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I'm not a train guy but looking at the layout it looks so good I could get tempted
I wasn't really a train person as can probably be spotted by the mixed stock but my main interest was to have a go at scenery, I must admit to enjoy playing trains now though.

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I have posted these elsewhere but thought I ought to put them on my layout thread, I used a ratio kit for the coal merchants and a little scratch building. 14511170832050.jpg

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