Cathedral

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gbtrains
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Cathedral

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Hi T Gauge people

hope everybody are well? :D


Here is a project that I did many moons ago but 3d modelling rather than for 3D printing.

So I have re worked my own GB Cathedral from York Minster model which I have built and filmed in LWO for AVI video.

Re worked and printed all out, over 150 pieces and with stain glass and the help of quality streets.
Will be placing lights and sound in it ti give that authentic taste that it deserves.

hope you enjoy the pics.

Will add more when I can have the chance to .
ps This cathedral is in our T-Gauge 1.450 scale

pics





regards
Graham
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zdrada69
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Re: Cathedral

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Good job. Congratulations

gbtrains
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Re: Cathedral

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HI there


Up date on Cathedral.



hope you enjoy. :D
Regards
Graham
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DavidTheMad
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Re: Cathedral

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An absolute masterpiece of the highest standards. You have a real work of art there, a lot of time and love to produce such a terrific model. I would love to see it in situ, with maybe a choral procession going into the cathedral, as they have at Bekonscot Model Village, (although theirs is good it is easier as it is in 1/12th).

DavidTheMad
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Re: Cathedral

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Graham,

Just being very nosey, have you got the measurements for your superb model.

And there are some amazing videos on YouTube of bells to download. I use "OffLiberty.com".

Regards

David

gbtrains
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Re: Cathedral

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HI David

Let me work this out tonight for you.

The whole Cathedral will fit in a 10inch by 20inch rectangle, still awaiting for my woodern plinth to be made then I can buy some t gauge gravestones.
Will do youtube vid and let you know the http link.

ps I have other t guage vids online , just look under Graham Burnley on youtube and look for for the sci fi starship frigate and most of my vids are there, or go onto my website at

tgaugemodelsinminiture.co.uk

Thank you for asking

Regards
Graham
:D

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