New products for the Talking T Gauge shop???

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.....and now there's a Leyland Atlantean to compliment the Routemasters!
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HI Doug

Thank you for drawing up the vehicles.

I have already placed my order.


regards
Graham :D

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Hi Doug
Do you have any ideas on making a forklift truck for the vehicle section if possible.

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After having had cause to liaise with the emergency services on two separate occasions in the past few weeks, the next additions to the shop are a tribute to those heroic people who daily go above and beyond the call of duty to help those members of the public who need their assistance....
Only one gives a clue to what it is......
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On the left...a fire engine...and on the right....an ambulance.

Once I've managed to take decent photos, they'll both be in the shop...
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......and the said new products are now available.
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With all these buses you have designed how about a Bus Station or Garage for them ;)
or a generic building that could also be a fire station.
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I woke up early EARLY this morning and couldn't get back to sleep......so I got up and looked for something "fun" to do!
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It's not fully finished.....but it has two doors front & two doors back that can be either lift-up sectional, or folding....depending which way round the door inserts are fitted. Or they can be left out to simulate the doors being open.

I've also started a similar building that is a small bus garage/depot....but I've not printed it yet!
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dkightley wrote:I woke up early EARLY this morning and couldn't get back to sleep......so I got up and looked for something "fun" to do!
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It's not fully finished.....but it has two doors front & two doors back that can be either lift-up sectional, or folding....depending which way round the door inserts are fitted. Or they can be left out to simulate the doors being open.

I've also started a similar building that is a small bus garage/depot....but I've not printed it yet!
Looking good, will have to order some fire engines when its sorted. :D
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Three new products just added to the shop.....

A rural fire station:
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The garage doors are removable so fire engines can be shown inside the station. The doors are also reversible so two different door styles can be shown....folding and up and over sectional.


A rural bus garage or depot:
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The garage doors are removable so buses can be seen inside!


An Art Deco style cinema:
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This cinema is based on a local cinema that has been recently re-opened after renovation following a long time sitting unused.


I am also working on a set of viaducts that are designed to match with the sectional track straight and curved sections. These are based on viaducts I have designed for a specific project for Jim Rusk (Ruskyviewer). More on these in the next day or so.......
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Doug, could you please add a corner shop to the range. Same format as existing shops but with a shopfront on 2 sides to enable streets in built up areas to be at 90 degrees .like this -local to you :D
https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@52.92516 ... 6656?hl=en
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