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From:Simon SmithPosted:01/06/2020 at 11:27
Hi, I'm thinking of doing an OO gauge model of Bakewell station. I have seen your videos on how to make the signal box, goods shed and tunnel. Do you have a video showing how you constructed the station building and the wall on the opposite platform. Any help would be really beneficial. Cheers Simon
From:Dave SharpPosted:24/05/2017 at 11:45
Very impressed with your layout. In my youth I have visited Bakewell a number of times walking with family members stopped at the station and thought many times since those early days what an excellent subject the station and yards would make for a layout. Finally last year I decided that I would make a start planning and found the disused stations website with all the photos. That absolutely clinched it. Haven't got much further than that sad to say, demands of the business etc. but was absolutely delighte
From:AlastairPosted:19/06/2015 at 10:20
Thanks Peter. The layout has had to have some compromises made due to available space, so the platforms are shortened compared to the prototype, so only 5 coaches long, and also on a tighter curve.
From:Peter TomlinPosted:14/06/2015 at 09:52
nice layout... how long are the platforms?? my railway is based on a combination of millers dale, chapel-en-le-frith and matlock spa and measired from drawings of millers dale - circa 9 coaches long.
From:Chris WallsPosted:24/03/2015 at 06:04
This is a great job by a wonderful guy. Carry on the great work mate Chris Walls
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