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Grindstone Cowboy13/11/2019 18:54:11
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I'm quite impressed by his modelling skills!

Mike Poole13/11/2019 19:01:32
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That’s a pretty impressive build.

Mike

Niloch13/11/2019 20:22:25
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Model Railroader (Kalmbach Publication - USA) also covered Sir Rod's layout as it was way back in 2007.

Mark P.13/11/2019 20:27:34
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Neil Young has quite a layout too.

Mark P.

David Davies 813/11/2019 20:49:34
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Don,t forget Pete Waterman, O gauge, Len Crane, champion sidecar motor crosser and full size steam man, allegedly Roger Daltry of the Who is into railways as well. Takes all sorts I suppose.

fishy-steve13/11/2019 21:46:46
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Looks like he's managed to squeeze in a couple of blast furnaces too.

Who would have thought.

Sreve.

Robert Turner 114/11/2019 00:29:52
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Rumour has it that Paul Merton and Robert Plant have been seen at garden railway shows over the past couple of years.

Ron Laden14/11/2019 07:09:44
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That is railway modelling to a very high standard I think, you don't see too many layouts with that level of realism every inch of it is full of detail. He obviously has a very good eye for it just look at the scene at the station entrance in the last photo with the yellow cabs and all the people and how busy that looks, very realistic.

I take my hat off to him very impressive indeed. 

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Andrew Evans14/11/2019 08:25:03
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First Cut Is The Deepest was actually a reference to Rod's experience using a lathe.

Can anyone else work in Rod Stewart song titles or lyrics into model engineering or model railway puns?

Niloch14/11/2019 10:01:41
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Posted by Ron Laden on 14/11/2019 07:09:44:

That is railway modelling to a very high standard I think, you don't see too many layouts with that level of realism every inch of it is full of detail.

For many years George Sellios' Franklin and South Manchester which I visited about five years ago was considered to be one of the finest model railroads in the world but nowadays YouTube has plenty of competitors.

mark costello 114/11/2019 16:46:03
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Seen "Maggie May" walking down the street,She seems "Forever young". She had a "Passion" for a "Young Turk."She was"Taking the" Down Town train" to the "All for One " store. "Do You think I'M sexy? "Tonight's the night." "Have I told You Lately", "Your in My heart?"

Pete Rimmer15/11/2019 01:17:13
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Posted by Andrew Evans on 14/11/2019 08:25:03:

First Cut Is The Deepest was actually a reference to Rod's experience using a lathe.

He must have been turning a thread....

XD 35115/11/2019 01:48:48
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Hot legs ?

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looking at this lathe I’m now wondering if it was made for Jake the peg !

That railway is a masterpiece !

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Grindstone Cowboy23/11/2019 23:26:04
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Just to add a little more about Sir Rod's involvement with model railways, it seems he has helped out financially with the Market Deeping Model Railway Club

Ron Laden24/11/2019 05:51:34
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I also read that he had asked Jools Holland and Roger Daltrey (both railway modellers) to do the same.

Howard Lewis24/11/2019 15:40:23
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Sir Rod donated £10K to them, to help,with rebuilding.

To have recovered so much work in such a short time means that the members have worked long and hard to recover..

Only a few weeks after the vandalism, they had a small display at the street fair in a village just north of Bourne.

All credit to them.

Go and visit them at The Festival of Model Railways, if you can, 7th and 8th December in Peterborough.

Howard

Neil Wyatt24/11/2019 16:16:12
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Posted by Grindstone Cowboy on 13/11/2019 18:54:11:

I'm quite impressed by his modelling skills!

Elsewhere I commented that he obviously has a fine eye for colour.

(At the risk of upsetting some, all his best stuff was done with the Faces, Jeff Beck etc. )

Neil

Hacksaw24/11/2019 17:39:01
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The Faces and The Who were renowned for wrecking hotel rooms.. but that's ok ,its rock n roll

Howard Lewis24/11/2019 17:46:16
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Ah! So that's where the question came from. "Who wrecked this room?"

Howard

Hacksaw26/11/2019 21:24:48
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Posted by Neil Wyatt on 24/11/2019 16:16:12:
Posted by Grindstone Cowboy on 13/11/2019 18:54:11:

I'm quite impressed by his modelling skills!

Elsewhere I commented that he obviously has a fine eye for colour.

(At the risk of upsetting some, all his best stuff was done with the Faces, Jeff Beck etc. )

Neil

Quite right Neil , and also utterly off topic , I found this on youtoob.. Rod Stewart & Dennis Law , Angel.

They do look alike ? Jeff beck lives in the next village from me and drives a blue 32 hotrod

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-WL0Y_2sGM (does that work , i'm a bit rubbish at P.C. s ?)

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