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Gerry Bullock wrote:Certainly looks great Steve now it's all bar finished
That telephone bell looks rather like a battery
SOUTHPASS wrote:Good morning Steve, I assume that with the barbed wire fence that the property to the front is rural. Perhaps a small foam block with grass and a cow looking over the fence . Maybe held in place with one of Richards magnetic catches.
Colin Peake wrote:Looking great Steve and starting to put progress on Ambasador's to shame!
DCRfan wrote:Now it this was NZ there would be one non-barbed wire attached to a power source.
Richard Andrews wrote:looking good Steve, love the barbed wire,should have thought of using staples when i built Moulding Lane
I have built the back scene,scribed DAS and all and fitted it to the base will take some photo's soon and send to you.
Prof Klyzlr wrote:1 possible solution is Locktite 770 Poly-olefin primer, which appears to give "un-glue-able" plastis such as delrin some "tooth" for ACC to get a hold.
Richard Andrews wrote:hope you got the photo's i just sent you, took them while waiting for glue in ballast to dry. still a lot of work to do
Glen A wrote:A totally different ‘feel’ to the others posted so far.
Although the track and baseboard size is probably about the same, the others give the impression of a cramped/confined courtyard.
Where-as you one has a more spacious open feel about it (probably due to the river /creek at the front)
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