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Hello

Update no. 2 is there

We are a little further in the advancement of the small city…

On the montain...

a number of small houses stands there.

It is not verry much of finishing but that comes..

see update nr 2

greets pat.

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:cry_happy:

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update 3

A part of the mountain is finished.

Right is entirely finished.

Now I start the left side of the city.

Then we start to finishing the city.

see update 3

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gladly your opinion

:thumbup::sceptic:

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Patrick

Your website is an ultimate inspiration to all train fans! I especially like your approach to layout building though I am probably too orthodox in my layout thinking to go without baseplates under track :sceptic:

Your Christmas setup is great!

Could you give some details about all this lightning? Is it all based on '70 and '80 system or a separate invention?

BTW, your train collection is just stunning. I should probably skip on with my signature here ... :classic:

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information leds 2

Patrick

Your website is an ultimate inspiration to all train fans! I especially like your approach to layout building though I am probably too orthodox in my layout thinking to go without baseplates under track :sceptic:

Your Christmas setup is great!

Could you give some details about all this lightning? Is it all based on '70 and '80 system or a separate invention?

BTW, your train collection is just stunning. I should probably skip on with my signature here ... :classic:

The lights i make on the chistmas layout,

was mij on invention...

Het is based on hightensitie leds..

You find the leds in the elektronica shops

Here you have information of the normal leds, noth the hightensitie

these need another capacitance.

Patje

information leds 1

information led 2

:sweet::wink:

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I am definitely going to use this in my layout.

Interesting why TLG do not have these micro leds in the offer, only bulk lights. Nothing to use as street lights for example.

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What a hillside town, it's beautiful ! :sweet:

A mobile phone tower, now I don't think anyone has thought of that before.........thanks for the idea ! :grin:

Fantastic layout 'patje', can't wait to see the end result.......looking good !

I'm a conformist! ! :sweet:

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new update

streets or made in the city

flowers, plants and trees are planted in the city

the next step, a large, flowers, plants and trees on mountain parts

yVlqr.jpg

more pictures on:

gladly your opinion

:blush:

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The layout looks great, I think I've had this in my fav folders from Brickshelf for some years now.

Out of curiosity, what do you use for your ballast, as it looks quite large? I used cat litter, but again I feel it was too large, it looked like rocks rather than stones compared to traditional model railway scale ballast.

I really like the led usage, I purchased many some time back but never got around to getting them fitted.

Again, out of curiosity are your signals 12v LEGO ones, or MOC's with LED's?

Do you know, or do you think you can estimate how much money all the 12v stuff has cost you over the years? I have quite a large collection of it now and I know roughly how much its all cost, its quite frightening!

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The layout looks great, I think I've had this in my fav folders from Brickshelf for some years now.

Out of curiosity, what do you use for your ballast, as it looks quite large? I used cat litter, but again I feel it was too large, it looked like rocks rather than stones compared to traditional model railway scale ballast.

I really like the led usage, I purchased many some time back but never got around to getting them fitted.

Again, out of curiosity are your signals 12v LEGO ones, or MOC's with LED's?

Do you know, or do you think you can estimate how much money all the 12v stuff has cost you over the years? I have quite a large collection of it now and I know roughly how much its all cost, its quite frightening!

Hello 'Bricktrix'

for the ballast use gravel, it is used at the production of ponds

in the gardens ... the most fine grain.

now there lie 50 kilogrammes on the layout.

My Signal 12 volt are originals... I have made other too..

for the 9 volts....

I dont know how much it cost on the years...

Buth I know it is much.

:wink:

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After that plants became provide for the city…

I have now continue the mountain …

The standard lego small trees and plants stand on the montain

Following step is;

fill the mountain with moc trees….

ghqj9.jpg

more to see on:

gladly your opinion

:blush:

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Thanks

I am ready with the mountain2

last details have been introduced to the mountain

I9hs9.jpg

I have developed also a new plant for this mountain

I9tVS.jpg

more of this on:

Montain

:cry_happy::blush:

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new project old factory

(powerplant)

my old powerstation is too small

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this becomes my new one

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you can follow the progress

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My link

:blush:

gladly youre opinion

thanks

:wink:

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nice work Pat, again :)

we can't come to Belgium alas, and most BeLUG fellows won't come to LW I've heard, hope to meet you guys soon again though :)

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