Love Lane, B.R. (E) c.1956-59

richard carr

Western Thunderer
Hi David

They should both be fun to make, or have you made the mainline one yet, I see it has a bit of curve at one end, that always adds to the challenge.

Richard
 

Eastsidepilot

Western Thunderer
This weeks update from Love Lane sees slates on the goods shed roof starting to be applied.

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Our own in house 3D printed ridge tiles fitted to the granary roof.

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Windows and interiors of the railway cottages.

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Embankments around the station cutting being built up and mock up retaining walls.

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Rainwater pipes and gutters on the granary, still more pipes and the doors to be fitted.
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J15 65475 re-fuels after bringing in a goods train.
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LT Pannier on a works train heads North
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Britannia class 70005 'John Milton' heads southbound on a return excursion to Liverpool St.


If your going to the S7 Groups' Albury meet on the 27th of this month, April, then you can see all this and the progress that has been made with the re-work of Love Lane.

Col.
 
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