BEIJIAO : A CHINESE EXHIBITION LAYOUT

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Postby TEAMYAKIMA on 16 Apr 2017, 08:52

Roco

Many thanks for your comments .............. I would love to post more photos but I find it so very difficult that I have given up.

Will try to find out what I'm doing wrong and add more photos at some time in the future.
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Re: BUILDING A CHINESE EXHIBITION LAYOUT,WOULD YOU LIKE TO H

Postby TEAMYAKIMA on 17 Apr 2017, 17:57

Finally ! Managed to post this! This is how the layout looked in April 2017...

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Postby TEAMYAKIMA on 17 Apr 2017, 23:54

To show the progress we've made, here are a few photos from last October .....six months ago!

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Re: BUILDING A CHINESE EXHIBITION LAYOUT

Postby roco on 18 Apr 2017, 21:33

Wel paul . What a huge modelrailway it wil be . Keep building it and post from time to time some pictures .

wkr Jos
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Re: BUILDING A CHINESE EXHIBITION LAYOUT

Postby TEAMYAKIMA on 07 Nov 2017, 10:58

roco wrote:Wel paul . What a huge modelrailway it wil be . Keep building it and post from time to time some pictures .

wkr Jos


Apologies for not posting more regularly, but the the Photobucket issue was a big problem. Hopefully this works ....

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Re: BEIJIAO : A CHINESE EXHIBITION LAYOUT

Postby TEAMYAKIMA on 07 Nov 2017, 16:51

My layout now has a name : BEIJIAO

I have now gone through all posts and replaced the missing photos which were lost when Photobucket withdrew the photo sharing option. So please take a look from the beginning to catch up.

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Re: BEIJIAO : A CHINESE EXHIBITION LAYOUT

Postby TEAMYAKIMA on 08 Nov 2017, 12:00

Here is a trackplan of the scenic section....

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Re: BEIJIAO : A CHINESE EXHIBITION LAYOUT

Postby trashmaster on 08 Nov 2017, 20:28

Looks good! I envy your loooooong tracks in the station for long chinese train compositions!
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Re: BEIJIAO : A CHINESE EXHIBITION LAYOUT

Postby TEAMYAKIMA on 29 Nov 2017, 00:45

trashmaster wrote:Looks good! I envy your loooooong tracks in the station for long chinese train compositions!


The station is only for the industrial system and so the standard train length is only four coaches.

China Rail passenger trains just run through the scene to a station 'off stage' - I have three 15 coach rakes and one 13 coach rake on the China Rail tracks.
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Re: BEIJIAO : A CHINESE EXHIBITION LAYOUT

Postby TEAMYAKIMA on 29 Nov 2017, 01:07

Here is a close up of the open air street market. This city gets quite a few general Western tourists and they are outb in force photographing the street scenes and ignoring the steam trains going by.....

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