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Discussion in 'WR Action' started by Compton castle, 25 October 2015.
Do you ever go to bed bud?
Not only is your work first class but you get it done so quickly, you have great talent which clearly shows in the quality and detail of this build. Simply brilliant.
Pre spray the whole track with mud brown priori to ballast
JLTRT track dirt down the centre plus another waft of mud brown
Railmatch sleeper grime over the top and Railmatch track dirt from a low angle hitting the rail sides
Polish rail heads. You can vary it depending on how dirty you want your track or skip stages.
Ballast down on the Up line and the first application of PVA
8743 has a van train heading for Hackney yard Newton Abbot.
Tunnel mouths and coping stones on order plus my trees from MBR have been dispatched.
First section of Holcombe Cove under way
One of my Dads westerns in for plates and red buffer beams
More hydraulic action on the sea wall
Second half of Holcombe Cove underway
1030 Western Musketeer on the Up Golden Hind
5043 on the sea wall today
Scenic work progressing at Holcombe Cove
The Pine will be joined by two more
Rock fall shelter painted and weathered, just the tunnel opening to get laser cut.
Mike Whatton has been commissioned to make another of his wind swept trees, It will live on the grassy verge to the left of the tunnel opening.
The tunnel mouth will be an inch shorter than that on Coryton Cliffs.
Looking impressive, will you be applying some dark green washes for mosses and lichens on the rocks / civil engineering?