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Littlefiddleton

Postby DiTape » Tue Nov 26, 2013 10:48 pm

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Just a couple of shots of my layout,it is still very much a work in progress.
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Re: Littlefiddleton

Postby tgaugehst » Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:28 pm

That looks a fantastic layout, love the buildings. Did u scratch build them or built them from a kit. I've got some terraced houses from scalescenes but cant find any other buildings other than the plastic ones,which i'm not too keen on . Cheers Andy
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Re: Littlefiddleton

Postby DiTape » Wed Nov 27, 2013 11:42 pm

tgaugehst wrote:That looks a fantastic layout, love the buildings. Did u scratch build them or built them from a kit. I've got some terraced houses from scalescenes but cant find any other buildings other than the plastic ones,which i'm not too keen on . Cheers Andy

If you ask nicely Rick from http://www.ngaugecardkits.co.uk/#/ he will do you t-gauge versions of his kits,he has stopped doing them off the shelf due to lack of support from the t-gauge community.

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Re: Littlefiddleton

Postby tgaugehst » Thu Nov 28, 2013 8:53 am

Cheers will give them a call
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Re: Littlefiddleton

Postby barneyadi » Mon Dec 02, 2013 8:06 pm

DiTape wrote:
tgaugehst wrote:That looks a fantastic layout, love the buildings. Did u scratch build them or built them from a kit. I've got some terraced houses from scalescenes but cant find any other buildings other than the plastic ones,which i'm not too keen on . Cheers Andy

If you ask nicely Rick from http://www.ngaugecardkits.co.uk/#/ he will do you t-gauge versions of his kits,he has stopped doing them off the shelf due to lack of support from the t-gauge community.

Di


Have ordered some of the buildings from Rick, very helpful guy.

Very nice layout by the way!!
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Re: Littlefiddleton

Postby PKPclassET22 » Sun Jan 05, 2014 11:29 am

That is a real neat layout you have there! Seeing the paper buildings from various layouts have gotten me thinking about using it on my own stuff I designed. I also find myself just loving all the consists you have on and about there!
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Re: Littlefiddleton

Postby DiTape » Tue Mar 04, 2014 10:03 pm

Littlefiddleton was scheduled to make a appearance at The Model Railway Group annual general meeting/show this year but due to circumstances beyond our control the show has been cancelled.There goes a chance to spread the word,Last year I demonstrated t-gauge with a bare board oval and HST set and it caused a bit of a stir,I was hoping to really get some real interest going this year.
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Re: Littlefiddleton

Postby dkightley » Tue Mar 04, 2014 11:04 pm

Now that's a shame... :( :(

We need all the exposure we can get to increase interest in the gauge.

Don't despair.....you're bound to find somewhere to put your display on show.
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Re: Littlefiddleton

Postby ConnorL » Wed Mar 05, 2014 2:25 am

I agree, we need more exposure.

The forum is getting little boring from little to no updates. This might be one of the most inactive forum I ever had been on.

It appears that we have on average about 15ish members that post regularly...and about 75 members that are registered.

I wish I could see what they're doing or what everyone's progress is going.

My SD70M is on hold since I'm getting parts in the mail and I wish I can come here and see other people's progress while I'm waiting...
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Re: Littlefiddleton

Postby DiTape » Wed Mar 05, 2014 7:46 pm

ConnorL wrote:
The forum is getting little boring from little to no updates. This might be one of the most inactive forum I ever had been on.

It appears that we have on average about 15ish members that post regularly...and about 75 members that are registered.

I wish I could see what they're doing or what everyone's progress is going.



I have not been posting regularly as Littlefiddleton is only one of 3 builds I have on the go at the moment and I find t-gauge very difficult to work on under lamp light,so there will be little to report until we get longer days with good natural light.
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