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    Dream Ciity Railway

    Hi Gents, A little while since I posted. Below is the latest video "The Visit 2016" A walk round this railway now one of the largest in the UK. Enjoy Roy.
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    Marcel Darphin of Switzerland

    A Tribute to a world class model railway producer and modeller. Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    Thanks for the comments. Below is video just watch the trains go by. Roy.
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    Shed of the Year competition

    Many thanks to those that have voted I will let you know when it is screened and will provide a link if possible. This is the last chance if you wish to vote as it closes Noon tomorrow. http://www.readersheds.co.uk/vote.cfm
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    Shed of the Year competition

    I request some votes for my shed in the Cuprinol Shed of the Year competition. For those who unaware of my railway called Dream City Railway it is on this Forum under British Rail section. I have reached the final and my railway will be on ITV channel 4 this summer. This is an opportunity to promote model railways and gain extra air time will you kindly vote on the link below. http://www.readersheds.co.uk/vote.cfm Thanks in anticipation Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    As the weather has at last improved. I grabbed a camera and you will see progress on my extension. Enjoy . Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    I attached my camera to the rear of the Mid/day Scot. This travels over the new quadruple track. Complex wiring up continues on the slow lines. Please click on the link below. Enjoy Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    Hi There, I have extended my railway to incorporate the West Coast mainline out of London. Rebecca Vale Station leading to the outside. Vale Junction and engine shed. Leading to the great outdoors. Outside section. If you would like to see the first trains over this section please click on the link below. Roy. Hi Dave, As the page has turned I have bought forward my post. You ask how big looking at the last photograph the main body of the railway is in and behind the green and yellow shed 30 x 50 feet The new timber shed is 20 x 12 feet and the outside section from tunnel to tunnel is four tracks X 90 feet in length. The photographs and video shown are in the 20 x 12 feet shed only. The total square footage is approaching 2000 square feet. Regards Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    Hi There, I have extended my railway to incorporate the West Coast mainline out of London. Rebecca Vale Station leading to the outside. Vale Junction and engine shed. Leading to the great outdoors. Outside section. If you would like to see the first trains over this section please click on the link below. Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    Hello, Having shown my layout for those who may be interested if you click on the link below there is an article on my railway. http://www.tinplatetimes.com/Layouts/DreamCity/dreamcity.htm Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    Hi There, I have just completed a video of the London Underground line from Victoria to Sambridge on my railway. If you would like to see it please click on the link below.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    I have just completed the latest video of the Duchess and Coronations in action. If you would like to see please click on the link below. Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    Hi Gents, Thanks for the comments they are appreciated. The locomotives are made by Ace Trains of London. Although I do run Bassett Lowke I consider the latest Ace Trains locomotives to be superior. When time permits I will photograph some of the other locomotives manufactured by this company. Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    I thought the streamlined Coronation was a masterpiece. The new Duchess is a work of art. Roy.
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    Dream Ciity Railway

    Hi There, Having shown you my railway there is only one way to see it and that is by train. Jump aboard this locomotive to see the yellow and green lines on the track diagram. This ride takes approximately 15 minutes. Please click on the link below. Enjoy.
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