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  2. Denford

    British N Scale resources and manufacturers

    I am uploading some N gauge signs and posters for all U.K. era’s. hopefully within a week will have full stock up. At present have the 1970s BR blue in N and OO. About to put up the Welsh narrow gauge section. Website is http://Www.modelrailwaysigns.com Here is one of my N gauge exhibition layouts which has been doing the rounds of SE England shows. It is called Dover Night Ferry 1966 and includes the boat train SS Hampton. The Dover White Cliffs with the A20 road and the iconic hotel.
  3. Denford

    Street details

    http://Www.modelrailwaysigns.com for Japan building signs
  4. JR 500系

    Tomix - New Releases

    New releases from Tomix: https://www.tomytec.co.jp/tomix/products/img/20200709-5.pdf https://www.tomytec.co.jp/tomix/products/img/20200709-3.pdf https://www.tomytec.co.jp/tomix/products/img/20200709-1.pdf https://www.tomytec.co.jp/tomix/products/img/20200709-2.pdf https://www.tomytec.co.jp/tomix/products/img/20200709-4.pdf And i am happy cause my moola have gone to Kato ~ 😛
  5. roadstar_na6

    KATO inquiry

    Kato seems to use the starter set codes for more than one version of starter sets; at least that‘s how I feel.
  6. AhmadKane

    KATO inquiry

    Speaking of which, I think I'll take the opportunity here. A friend of mine got an old KATO Nozomi starter set. What confused me is the code, it's the code shared with the Hayabusa Starter set (One I know all too well) 10-001. According to Hobby 1999. This model was from 2005 and had been recalled or cancelled. So anyone can tell whether something is horribly wrong with it or am I missing something here?
  7. Denford

    Outland Models buildings

    Building city signage kits for Outland models are available from http://Www.modelrailwaysigns.com and can be posted internationally from the UK
  8. N gauge Japanese Building and Poster signs for model railway. Designed to fit Kato, Tomix and Outland buildings for Japan model rail N Gauge. Pack of three A4 sheets Page 1 – 350g high gloss card with billboards and posters for city scape buildings and interior shop fronts Page 2 – 180g high gloss card building posters which are bendable for ease of fitment and a go go bar nightlife scene Page 3 – 180g high gloss card restaurants, railway signs, police, helicopter landing pad, road signs, pavement, hospital, motorway and a few Kit Kat posters (did you know Japan goes crazy for Kit Kat and most assume it is a Japanese and not a UK invention). Also vending machines and platform display boards Main picture shows some of the posters and decals on a Japanese street using a mixture of Outland and Kato buildings. Notice the gogo bar! Each sheet is easy to cut with scissors and simply glue onto buildings using standard model glue. Webite recently built and adding sets of signs from scales, era’s and from around the world over next few weeks. The Japanese set is already uploaded website http://Www.modelrailwaysigns.com This is recommended for non U.K. buyers as international postage at cost. They can also be bought on eBay but international postage set by eBay is stupid high. U.K. buyers have option of buying from the website or eBay. The kit cost £3.95 I also have the N gauge Kato Glacier Express sign set on the website which includes signs for all stations on the route priced at £1.95
  9. I have sets of city scene signage packs 3 x A4 in a pack on full gloss card. They are sold on eBay in U.K. or if not in U.K. they can be bought from http://Www.modelrailwaysigns.com which has cheaper shipping costs from U.K. then eBay. Kits cost £3.95
  10. Comedypilot

    4ft x 2ft exhibition layout 4 weeks in

    They had me with the Go Go bar
  11. Comedypilot

    Hello from London

    Added the decals from the city scene pack that arrived last week to the same style Outland building they have on their website. Pleased with results. Added a door frame to the shop front by cutting part of the shop name. Here are my before and after shots. Anyone know where I can buy the pavements and actual tarmac roads seen in many of the photos featuring Outland models
  12. Comedypilot

    4ft x 2ft exhibition layout 4 weeks in

    Before and after shots of one of my Outland building with its new decals on. I tried to create the same as in the publicity shot on the website. Very pleased with shop front as added a door frame by cutting ends of the shop sign to create the same zig zag line. Anyone know where I can get the pavements and tarmac city roads which are often featured in Outland building photos.
  13. Claude_Dreyfus

    Kenekimura - Lockdown Layout

    Takana-san and his supporting band of Ninjas.
  14. Comedypilot

    4ft x 2ft exhibition layout 4 weeks in

    This arrived today, bought second hand for £40 as seller states does not reverse. Put it on test track and runs great in one direction but as my layout is going to be a loop, who cares if it doesn’t go backwards its the E217 Yokosuka subu line
  15. cteno4

    Sankei Paper Kits

    Excellent job! jeff
  16. Fujikyu executives demonstrate how. Related article: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jul/09/scream-inside-your-heart-rollercoaster-fans-told-to-be-quiet-to-help-japan-covid-19-fight (The one on the right appears to be weaning his Abenomask, which evidently does not cope well with wind resistance).
  17. Yavianice

    MicroAce - New Releases

    The “Royal” 0 shinkansen apparently has rapido couplers... what the...
  18. railsquid

    Sankei Paper Kits

    Looks very convincing ! Plenty of this kind of house much closer in. Check out the fire hazard map and pick any of the orange, red or dark red locations and you'll be sure to find densely-packed clusters of similar ;). Also unless you like kerosene heaters and kotatsus, probably not so much fun in winter.
  19. maihama eki

    Pavements

    I would suggest Sankei as well. https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10159675 https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10159678 https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10159676
  20. maihama eki

    Sankei Paper Kits

    I finished another Sankei kit. This is MP03-107, Good Old Diorama Series : House E. I think I could live in this place, somewhere out in the distant Tokyo suburbs. This is a nice little kit that goes together without much drama - typical for Sankei. I wanted to light one room and leave the interior visible, so I added a little interior detail during construction. Some added details to the outside courtesy of Kabuto Models, Kobaru, Nanyo Busan (tile roof), Tomytec (car), some of my own 3D prints, and some scratch building... Night time photo. Two small LEDs light the interior and a little front door light that that is a 3D print.
  21. railsquid

    Pavements

    Also an option: TGW LA-81 e.g. https://www.imon.co.jp/webshop/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=22774
  22. marknewton

    Hobby Search

    I ordered these on the 3rd of March, to be shipped via surface mail, and they arrived on Tuesday. Not bad, all things considered. Now I'm waiting for EMS to Australia to restart so I can get my loco and carriage order delivered. Cheers, Mark.
  23. Comedypilot

    Hello from Moscow

    Hi Dmitry A few years ago I built a Russian winter scene exhibition HO layout which still tours the U.K. model rail circuit.
  24. cteno4

    Pavements

    Few options https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10326599 https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10511927 More here https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/list/1904/0/1 both can also be drawn up in a simple drawing program and just print your roads and sidewalks! You cna mock things up quickly and cut them out to try ideas, then mount them to thin styrene or your baseboard. cheers jeff
  25. Comedypilot

    Pavements

    See lots of Outland building pictures with sidewalk/ pavements. Any idea where I can buy such sidewalk kits
  26. Yesterday
  27. Actually these are pretty hard to break and why Im not really concerned. I’d probably have to frisbee it into a wall and even then I think it would just break the box, not the toys, they are pretty robust, I’ve never broken one and I’ve dropped them onto the floor. Not like our n gauge trains, those of course I use foam. I’ve cut foam inserts for a really wild variety of equipment in the past so no stranger to this. im more inclined to spend my time cutting nice foam inserts for the clear vhs cases I have for my Tomytec trains as those cheap box and plastic inserts are pretty poor even on a small drop... jeff
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