Lazy Grange Bay 3...a new start

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Lest we forget
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After a lot of tree leaves were removed ...testing could continue.
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One of my favorite locos. Don't have one, but I really like the looks of them.
They are a great loco..bargins are about..a great work horse ..this was running from 10am till 4pm.. no problem..its possably the cheapest twin motor lgb loco i have..( £250) before repairs..its sisters were a lot more...red version pop up alot too..
And your worth every penny
 
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Started on the 2 entrances for goods today...the wearhouse is basicly a triangle...but with 5 sides.
The long frontage.. then a side entrance at each end..for goods in/out..theses are set at 35degrees roughly..backwards...
The rear of the building is 2 sides joining on to theses..
Well it makes sence to me.

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Hi Sean, :)
Just press it in...lean on it...
Scribe the motor lines in. The same way..
 
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Slow ..Slow slower ..
Progress..
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Mike, I have followed you and your progress from the beginning. While I read your writings, I must confess that it is a speed read, so some details speed right by me. Mostly I read the pictures as they tell a thousand words. I think we have the same type of foam board here. Rather inexpensive too. Do you layout and scribe each course of brickwork ? In the case of the arches and sills, are they applied pieces ?
 
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Mike, I have followed you and your progress from the beginning. While I read your writings, I must confess that it is a speed read, so some details speed right by me. Mostly I read the pictures as they tell a thousand words. I think we have the same type of foam board here. Rather inexpensive too. Do you layout and scribe each course of brickwork ? In the case of the arches and sills, are they applied pieces ?
Hi !! And thanks..
Yes..each one is drawn out..scribed in..
The layers of bricks are extra sheets glued on..ie the pillers are 3 x the thickness ect...it's a case of visualising it in your head ...