Love Lane, B.R. (E) c.1956

Discussion in 'S7 Group' started by eastsidepilot, 2 August 2012.

  1. S-Club-7

    S-Club-7 Western Thunderer

    Message number 999 - was it a plea for urgent assistance? :)
  2. Oz7mm

    Oz7mm Western Thunderer

    Praise from the master!
  3. eastsidepilot

    eastsidepilot Western Thunderer

    Some shots of Love Lane whilst at Bristol.

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  4. Oz7mm

    Oz7mm Western Thunderer

    Thanks Colin. Though as is usual with photographs they cruelly expose what we still have to do.

  5. eastsidepilot

    eastsidepilot Western Thunderer

    There's always work in progress mate :thumbs:

  6. NewportRod

    NewportRod Active Member

    It was the first time I has seen Love Lave and was particulatly impressed by the quality of the running and operation. Although a steam driver friend of mine suggested that some of the running was too slow, listening to the pace of the loco exhausts it seemed ok to me though. A good advert for S7!
  7. simond

    simond Western Thunderer

    First time for me too, absolutely loved it, been following on here for a while, seeing it in the flesh was great.

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  8. GrahameH

    GrahameH Western Thunderer

    First for me too, lovely work.

    One thing that I also liked was the backscene and use of the operators space between it and the layout. May I ask what it was printed upon ?

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  9. BrushType4

    BrushType4 Western Thunderer

    No, they superbly show what you've done. Awesome layout. Whats next I wonder?
  10. eastsidepilot

    eastsidepilot Western Thunderer

  11. Oz7mm

    Oz7mm Western Thunderer


    the backscene is printed on vinyl BUT it would be far better printed on cloth with a dye sublimation printer. With the proper attachments to the frame we could rid of the wrinkles / folds completely. More expensive though.

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  12. GrahameH

    GrahameH Western Thunderer


    Thank you, I had an inkling it might have been. Whilst standing there my friend commented that he thought he could see a "join" but I suggested that it was a trick of the light which I feel was certainly the case, I couldn't see any wrinkles / folds but I guess its a necessity to be careful when packing / unpacking the sheet.

    Overall I was very impressed with the way it imparts a backdrop to the who layout.

  13. Oz7mm

    Oz7mm Western Thunderer


    Your friend's eyes were deceiving him. It's a single roll 8 metres long. Apparently it took four hours to print.

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