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Malcolm's Way an N Gauge model railway

Discussion in 'Model Railways' started by evilswans, Sep 18, 2020.

  1. evilswans

    evilswans New Member

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    Evening all, thought I'd post up a few links to my videos for my new N gauge model railway :)

    Firstly we have the introduction to what I'm hoping to achieve out of this little adventure



    And secondly we have making a start on the track base



    I will keep this thread updated and would love for you all to join me on this little adventure, if you've enjoyed the videos please do subscribe to the channel :)

    All the best
    Matt :)
     
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    Evening all :)

    Just another short video this time detailing my track plan :)



    All the best
    Matt :)
     
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    Morning all!
    Well its been a little while, but I used the time to redecorate my modelling room, freshly painted, new blind, new desk now in there too and a lot more room for modelling activities, happy days :) Also i know its a huge rule one but i have sounded fitted my duchess, and I'm over the moon with it, i just need to start laying track now so i can hear the thing properly.
    Anyways ive found the time to make another video

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    So its now on to actually laying some track, i have had the 3MT running under DC power but it'll be time to get the sidings down and get something moving for the first time :)
    All the best
    Matt :)
     
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    Looking forward to these, thanks
     
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    Evening all a few more uploads to the channel starting with the goals and aims for 2021 :)



    All the best
    Matt
     
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    And I've also made a start on building the track :)




    Many thanks buddy :)

    All the best
    Matt :)
     
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    How we all doing? Just thought I'd share my latest video with you all, weathering my standard 5mt, camelot



    Stay safe
    All the best
    Matt :)
     
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    Nice work , airbrushes scare me to death - though - i have used spraycans on rolling stock.
    The Loco to tender spacing is excessive on the farish standard 4's and 5's and as a result i have passed them over. until someone comes up with a fix for this
     
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    No need to get scared of airbrushes practise on say wagons and work up to a loco :) and I fully agree the class 4 standard the gap is huge, I pitty the poor fireman lol :) I have closed it up slightly on the 4 but its still huge

    All the best
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    Evening all :)

    I know its been a little while but here's a layout update enjoy :)



    All the best
    Matt :)
     
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    Hello all just thought I'd share my video on the superb railway memorabilia replicas from Timber Tracks, I do have a pair of smokebox numbers to do too, but an enjoyable little project and the end result does look pretty smart :)



    Normal service should resume on the layout soon :)

    All the best
    Matt :)
     

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