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Roo posted:

Joe. Great photos and modelling mate can't wait to see your new layout.

Chris, good stuff so many great photos hard to keep up with everything. Roo.

Thanks Roo. It will be a while before the new layout is ready for pictures. I have a train room but it's too cluttered right now. I'm working on clearing it out so I can start on the new layout, hopefully sometime in January. I will start a layout thread as soon as there is something worth showing.

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Dan986 posted:

Can you please post some more photos of the record store?It looks like there is a well done detailed interior I would like to see more of.

We just moved into our new house and my buildings are still in shipping boxes. I have these 2 photos, but they are not great. The record shop is an MTH Railking Railtown building and it came with the interior. I will post better pictures when I get the buildings unpacked in about a month or two.

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SOUTHERNMIKE.  Being a Bushwalker (Hiker) I like the Outdoor store that's the type of place after a Hobby shop that I frequent often. Thanks. Keep the photos coming nice to see some new work (for me anyway!)DSC01258.

Had a great Christmas with the Nine grand children here we are with them. Roo

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Mark.

I like the winter scene not a common thing that is modelled, looks good mate. I have some Builders in Scale "Snow" in reality it's white Marble Dust but I won't get around to using it, don't know anything about snow except you Ski on it Ha Ha. Thanks for posting.  Trying to find some of my "downtown" photos from years past having trouble, was slack in filing photos in the early days to busy building things! Roo.

Roo posted:

Mark.

I like the winter scene not a common thing that is modelled, looks good mate. I have some Builders in Scale "Snow" in reality it's white Marble Dust but I won't get around to using it, don't know anything about snow except you Ski on it Ha Ha. Thanks for posting.  Trying to find some of my "downtown" photos from years past having trouble, was slack in filing photos in the early days to busy building things! Roo.

Roo, 

 

agree a winter scene is unusual. It's done really well. I think the images shown on your post here are just marvelous. 

Roo, no comments on my posts?  I like your comments and sort of wonder what you had to say.  

I hope it wasn't something I wrote? Past or present? 

I think what you have done is marvelous and your participation on OGR is a blessing.


 I appreciate your postings and always eagerly await to see what your up too. 

 

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Erik. No, you have not upset me in anyway I've always enjoyed your photos and have commented on them, and have seen them on other sites as well. I don't spend a lot of time on the computer when I do it's all or nothing I am notorious for forgetting to answer messages and emails doesn't mean I don't like the person or what I see, just means I'm old and forgetful. I have a very large family and when I retired nothing changed I still work as hard as I did when I worked in a full time job. I know something I have a lot more respect for mums with children now that I spend half my time with them. Running a business is easy (your organised) looking after children full time is not! I enjoy the easy going no pressure atmosphere here at OGR.  I'm cool Erik. No worries mate! Roo.

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