Rundle: An oval in a bedroom in Gauge 3

Discussion in 'G3' started by geoff_nicholls, 22 February 2018.

  1. geoff_nicholls

    geoff_nicholls Western Thunderer

    I get the same, Richard, I think it's just slow. BTW, is your Neilson going to be sufficiently complete for a spin on Rundle? Along with some of those ballast wagons? It would look just right.
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  2. Arty

    Arty Western Thunderer

    I will try my very best Geoff.
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  3. Ian_T

    Ian_T Member

    OK thanks for the feedback Richard.

    I've just about worked out the basics of editing the website but always look at it with my laptop. I have a rather old phone which is up to looking at WA but not much more - and is very slow when looking at the Web, so I don't tend to do so. It has a reasonable battery life though and works well as a phone (which is what I need generally). My Manager has a much newer Apple thingy (required for Facetime with G'kids) and I'll have a look at the site with that later - and see if I can improve things.

    Looking forward to seeing Rundle at the AGM Geoff.


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  4. Arty

    Arty Western Thunderer

    G3 website works fine on a PC Ian.
  5. geoff_nicholls

    geoff_nicholls Western Thunderer

    The layout now has legs. The roadway is laid and the setts are fixed in place and painted and grouted with tinted polyfilla. I used an old suede brush to scrub off the surplus polyfilla; this has also burnished the setts to give a realistic sheen. They do all look freshly laid, so I will need to darken the cement a bit when I paint the road.
    The wagon is a Williams Models flexikit of an RCH 5 plank stone wagon, with GRS running gear, built to look like a well used ICI wagon.

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  6. Jon Nazareth

    Jon Nazareth Western Thunderer

    What's the little engine, Geoff?

  7. geoff_nicholls

    geoff_nicholls Western Thunderer

    It's a simplex petrol shunter, a model of the one used by the GER, LNER and finally BR, in Brentwood goods yard. BR number 15098. A retired driver in my model railway club remembers seeing it there. I wrote about its construction in my G3 Workbench thread. It's still not quite finished, needing the brakes and exhaust to be added. I have had sets of the etches, frames and castings made up and will be offering it as a kit later this year.
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  8. Jon Nazareth

    Jon Nazareth Western Thunderer

    Thanks Geoff.
    Mmm, that could be interesting.