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Low Moor Layout

Postby gbtrains » Sun Jul 03, 2016 2:17 pm

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Low Moor Station (The New Look)
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Hi there
Just to let everybody know that I have started working on the New Low Moor railway station in the Bradford area.

Please check out my first go on a layout so far.

Still lots to do but at least the 1m flexi tracks are in place.

Are now working on getting some more town houses and filling the area as it is lacking in buildings.
I also have to scratch build my own Lift towers and bridge and now working on the steps to connect the car park to the station via foot ways.

If anyone needs more information please post on and i will let you know in due time.

Now on with scratch building some more warehouses and work buildings.

I will post on pictures of how i am getting on as well.

regards
Graham.
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Re: Low Moor Layout

Postby dkightley » Sun Jul 03, 2016 3:38 pm

Hi Graham....and welcome to the forum.

What a nice looking layout so far....

Just a note.....your images will display in the thread if you resize them so their no bigger than 1000px wide by 1200px deep. The ideal size is 850px wide.
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Re: Low Moor Layout

Postby gbtrains » Mon Jul 04, 2016 8:25 pm

dkightley wrote:Hi Graham....and welcome to the forum.

What a nice looking layout so far....

Just a note.....your images will display in the thread if you resize them so their no bigger than 1000px wide by 1200px deep. The ideal size is 850px wide.

Hi there.
thank you for that.

I am trying to build in T gage first time for everything.

Also if can get more detail i will be starting a Leeds Station Layout, just getting all the track worked out as points are different to standard gauges for will have to modify and use less points to construct.

ps thanks for the tip for getting pics into display.

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Re: Low Moor Layout

Postby gbtrains » Thu Jul 07, 2016 4:36 pm

Here is an update on how it is going.
got more trucks from the talkingtgauge shop ..(they are brill).

any resized the pic for better platform date on this forum site.

will keep on adding new info and pics when I have done more work om it.

Thank you for taking an interest....

ps my first time on a forum site.
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Re: Low Moor Layout

Postby gbtrains » Tue Aug 16, 2016 3:49 pm

Hi guys and Girls
Just a quick up date on the Low Moor Station.

I have just brought some more houses from the Talking T gauge sire from Doug to finish off the buildings.

Got some more pictures for posting as well.

I may be doing the Bradford Interchange along with this layout as I have already got most of the dimensions worked out but still require some scratch built buildings to be done so may take a while yet on that.

Low Moor Station is getting better now as I have got some scatter glued on the base and so it starting to come to life but is taking time.

Will now need to start on making trees in T Gauge so that this will come to life even more.

Will also need more vehicles as it looks rather bare at the moment,but I have done the road painting markings on it.

Will keep you all posted on the final thing once I have got all the elements on it.
ps The track is two 1 metre lenghts to give you some sort of reference.

regards
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Re: Low Moor Layout

Postby dkightley » Tue Aug 16, 2016 4:27 pm

Will now need to start on making trees in T Gauge so that this will come to life even more.


Trees are easy......
http://www.talkingtgauge.net/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=32
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Re: Low Moor Layout

Postby gbtrains » Tue Aug 16, 2016 9:12 pm

Hi Gang

Just to let you know that you can still use a brilo pad scrub side as hedging ,just need good scissors also paint to dark gray for walls like n gauge people do.

regards
Graham
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Re: Low Moor Layout

Postby gbtrains » Mon Aug 22, 2016 11:40 am

Hi there
Just inform you that i have done more work on the Low Moor Station Layout.
here are the pics.
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Re: Low Moor Layout

Postby Nutter » Mon Aug 22, 2016 1:37 pm

Looking good, my only comment is the street lights are a bit tall..
Mike based on the Southern side of London

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Re: Low Moor Layout

Postby gbtrains » Mon Aug 22, 2016 8:00 pm

Hi there
I have brought the road lights from the T Gauge.com site.

ps starting on the trees as I need lots and also got more buildings from Doug the website master from there as well to paint up and place on layout.
:D
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