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A short tour of Two Sister's Farm
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Late as usual, but I do like the 'new' shunter. That underframe and body make a great mix. and give it a real presence.
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I am rather pleased with the way it turned out, I wanted a rustic home made look. I'm glad you approve.













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That is it I'm afraid. Can I thank again Chris Nevard for taking the photos and Model Rail for letting me share them.

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This will be my last post on this thread.

After a great deal of thought I have decided to give up my internet connection.
I live in a tiny village and the use of aluminum wire in the telephone system causes all sorts of problems. Of late as the cost has gone up the service I receive has got worse, being very slow and often unusable.
As my only income now is my pension I think the money saved could be put to better use elsewhere.
I have enjoyed posting pictures and accounts of my layouts and will keep the PC for keeping and downloading my photographs.
Thank you all for the interest you have shown in my efforts over the years.

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This will be my last post on this thread.

After a great deal of thought I have decided to give up my internet connection.
I live in a tiny village and the use of aluminum wire in the telephone system causes all sorts of problems. Of late as the cost has gone up the service I receive has got worse, being very slow and often unusable.
As my only income now is my pension I think the money saved could be put to better use elsewhere.
I have enjoyed posting pictures and accounts of my layouts and will keep the PC for keeping and downloading my photographs.
Thank you all for the interest you have shown in my efforts over the years.

Regards Peter M
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2016 10:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It is a shame Peter, that in this day and age , a village , NOT in the outer reaches of the Empire, does not have a decent phone connection.
You are in what some might consider London commuter belt, and as someone else has mentioned libraries and other community centres have internet hubs. If not then ask why not.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 08, 2016 6:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That's very sad Peter. Many thanks for the inspiration that Two sisters has been.
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