East Suffolk light railway (now relocated in Essex innit)

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A few photos of my 2nd attempt at a garden railway, having departed from Ipswich in 2015 I found love with bigjacks daughter in Braintree. In 2016 permission was granted and a start was made F0CAE273-1265-425E-8AD0-120AE606A5E0.png
 

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No being a brick layer didn’t stop either of us having a go..... 34DC8581-C0C2-49CC-B8B9-2CDF8839B4FF.png
 

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It’s was built in phases as/when money for supplies became available 053970FB-1965-4732-AD4F-7D6EFFEB8FF8.png
 

trammayo

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Some nice pictures of some great work. There's nothing wrong with your blocklaying either!

I don't know what method of posting on here you use but, if I may be so bold to ask, could you crop all the black sections of the pics out? It would allow you to post more pics in one post as well. Just a thought. Keep up the good work!
 

dunnyrail

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Interesting setup and a lot of work completed. What are you using for ballast, more particularly the size of the grit? Looks very like the stuff I used and cannot get hold of any more which was a grit of 2-5mm size.
 

mmts

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Some nice pictures of some great work. There's nothing wrong with your blocklaying either!

I don't know what method of posting on here you use but, if I may be so bold to ask, could you crop all the black sections of the pics out? It would allow you to post more pics in one post as well. Just a thought. Keep up the good work!
It’s all screenshot from back in time, was the quickest way of doing it, hopefully I’ll be using photos from the present so they’ll be no black bits
 

Paul M

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Nice looking start, it'll be good to keep up with the build.