Friday, 29 April 2016

WATCHING TRAINS



Hi Guys,yes above is a little post here and You Tube,that shows the 14 foot by 8 foot Base. Lots of rail track to re-rout "Change!" before the crushed up stone ballast is added to the new lines. The long blank layout as it is, is perfect to watch trains without buildings obstructing ones view. Turn the sound down if you wish,it`s noisy!  BB

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  1. This can be very relaxing Paul! I really like the front views. And those Native indians are attacking on the wrong track!
    Mrs B is a good chief of the station! ;-)

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. Well it`s very noisy Peter. I was running 6 Loco`s but 2 crashed. So i ended up with two operational lines.
      The little town of Honey Well has been cleared off the base board and sits on shelving while tons of works is ongoing.
      The actual layout is 14 Foot by 8 Foot. Yes,the toys from 1954,are the very rare Lone Ranger and the Indian Brave and a few Cowboys. I will be running more trains,soon. Some older than me. They will certainly send me asleep watching them on the P C.______Thanks for commenting. BB

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    2. Looking forward to those old trains!

      Greetings
      Peter

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    3. Well Peter,there are many Triang, and early Hornby and Bachmann Loco`s to un-box and run with the carriages they pull.Many i took to bits myself and rectified problems and what with reconditioning motors i was very happy and in my elliment.
      All the old track has now been replaced due to de-railed trains skipping off the granite chip ballast. Trains will be up and running while Mrs B,and i work our way around the layout. It will be good to see them run i promise. BB

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