"Briefleigh"

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kaygee46
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"Briefleigh"

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Here are some pics of my T Gauge layout in a briefcase called "Briefleigh"
It was built as a novelty for the annual Qld Model Train Show at the Workshops Rail Museum in Ipswich Qld where I work as a volunteer. The large industrial looking building is a model of just enough of the museum so that anyone who has been there will recognise it. I've taken Briefleigh to several model train shows over the past two years and it always generates an enormous amount of interest despite its size.
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Ken G, Ipswich Qld Australia
Me transmitte sursum Caledoni

Ozrail
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Location: Queensland, Australia

Re: "Briefleigh"

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I always enjoy seeing your layout when I have the chance to get away from my own. :-)
Check out my Shapeways store for T-gauge stuff.
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http://www.shapeways.com/shops/everythingtgauge?s=0

kaygee46
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Re: "Briefleigh"

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Ozrail wrote:I always enjoy seeing your layout when I have the chance to get away from my own. :-)
Is that you Matthew?
Ken G, Ipswich Qld Australia
Me transmitte sursum Caledoni

Ozrail
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Re: "Briefleigh"

Post by Ozrail »

Yes it's me. :-)
Check out my Shapeways store for T-gauge stuff.
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http://www.shapeways.com/shops/everythingtgauge?s=0

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