Lazy Grange Bay 3...a new start

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Ta mark..Nice to see you back in G ..
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Devil's in the details, still to do.. lighting..but that will have to waits till the glues dry,,and the paints dried
But you get the idea
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Lovely set of brick aut-houses!

I can smell the Domestos, from here! :sick::giggle::giggle::giggle:

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Ta mark..Nice to see you back in G ..
Hi Mike nice to be back just go to dust things off and get going again.
House looking good just like the ones I was born in m8

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I have developed a habit of falling over while sober...its part of my cmt, .footdrop.
Ect ...but its a bit of a bugger when the same knee keeps getting hit..anyhow, I thought sod it, and tried to install the railway terrace, with a fresh busted knee..
While moving the older resin buildings, they decided to revert back to kit form.
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After a break in the
Wind
Falls
I made a start on the next building.
It's based on a Manchester art deco cinema, its still standing..a song in it..
It's a j.w hall ..and it's stunning..
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We have started.. no its not a flying saucer...
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I have been unsuccessfully searching for a picture of the cinema, I think in North London that was advertising Star Wars, and where a couple of rogues changed some of the letters round overnight so that in the morning they were advertising Straw Ars :p:p
 

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Bit done on the central section..including adding supports for the canopy,
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I also had dates like that..
:worried: :*:h:

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Too nice not to...its a beautiful runner ..very...smooth
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Progress on the cinema.
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I Mike

Looking good what will the first film be on the cinema m8

Regards

Mark
 
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St trinians,
The Titchfield thunderbolt
The 39 steps
Sherlock Holmes, and the Secrect Weapon
Mark..ta
 
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Those terraced houses are absolutely brilliant Mike. A shame about those resin ones. Just shows how much better foam board is!

I'm always amazed at how quickly your buildings take shape. Good job the cinema isn't brick built! You'd have gone cross eyed trying to scribe them all.

The cinema is going to look great when it's done.

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I have a cunning plan Rick..a plan so cunning ,,a sly old fox on a moonless night wouldn't see it coming.
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I have a cunning plan Rick..a plan so cunning ,,a sly old fox on a moonless night wouldn't see it coming.
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Will the viewers be enjoying the rumble of trains passing overhead whilst watching a film? Reminds me of the flee pit at Wembley that had a tin roof, you did not want to be watching a film during heavy rain. Though yours looks certainly upmarket from that flee pit in Wembley.
 

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Will the viewers be enjoying the rumble of trains passing overhead whilst watching a film? Reminds me of the flee pit at Wembley that had a tin roof, you did not want to be watching a film during heavy rain. Though yours looks certainly upmarket from that flee pit in Wembley.
The chapel where I went as a lad had the SR suburban line into Kingston on an embankment just behind the chapel - fortunately the sounds were only a gentle rumble and whine, and that none too frequent on a Sunday in 50s and 60s Britain :nod::nod:

But, by the same token, a visiting preacher on a Sunday evening would often expect to come by train as car ownership was still not the norm. This often meant that he arrived early, and my Grandfather would go down half an hour before the service to make a cup of tea for such visitors ;)
 
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