Re: [7mm NGA] Box File Layouts
- Hi P-J
Please keep your ideas and suggestions coming, its all "grist to the mill"!
PS You could start a trend, could a box-file layout be smuggled into exams
to help relieve the stress and boredom ???
--On 31 May 2007 18:28 +0000 P-J Sanders <mogbass@...> wrote:
> Hello, the box file idea was primarily for a layout in 7mm scale narrow
> gauge in a box file, and was seperate from the Gn15 discusion, which I
> do not want to get involved with. As soon as i have finished my GCSE
> exmas (in a few weeks) I will be building a box file layout anyway. I
> still think it would be a good idea for a online compertion, but I will
> post my photos when it is done. Until then, Bye P-J
> Hi P-JI'll second that PJ! What does PJ stand for anyway?
> Please keep your ideas and suggestions coming, its
> all "grist to the mill"!
Will you tell us or have I missed it?
As to a layout in a box file, I think it's a great
idea and one I could get interested in myself (DON'T
hold me to that anyone!)
As the owner of a 7mng layout and a 7mm O gauge layout
I don't see a problem with a seemingly frivolous extra
( I already have a little 16mm ng ready for that 'day
in the future' and guess I'm probably not alone in
having lots of interests along these lines - pun not
intended). You never know, it could be fun. In fact, I
think I can hear my Lister reving up already!
regards to all
- Hello all, Its P-J here again. right firstly, P-J, stands for Peter-
John as my over enthusiastic parents gave me 2 first names and me and
my mates are lazy so it gets shortened to P-J. Now onwards. Box File
layouts. So far I have got my hands on a stock of 4 or so box files. My
plan is to build one end-to-end shunter thingy in 2 of these, end to
end with sceincs in one and fiddle yard and more secnics in the other,
but so that all the bits (minus stock and my multi-layout controller)
all fit in these 2 boxs for storage. there will be a CD size turntable,
and stub point connecting thr various spurs. the next plan is to make a
0-16.5 contiuns run in as few box files as possible so that when i get
bored of operating the BVR I can just put a bagnall onto ever decresing
(or not) circles. Till next time Bye P-J (peter-john Sanders)
- Hello All,
Andy, the photos are in the folder called BVR Morgan Works. Hopefully I
will be able to finish it tomorrow, it looks quite good now I think,
nearly finished, just turntable (dam it!) and little details so I can
also finish my article on it. Cheers P-J