SCALEFORUM 1999

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dcockling
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SCALEFORUM 1999

Postby dcockling » Mon May 25, 2020 7:28 pm

And now Scaleforum 1999

The show guide is in Scalefour News 114



All the Best
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Tony Sullivan
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Re: SCALEFORUM 1999

Postby Tony Sullivan » Tue Jun 23, 2020 9:58 am

Thanks Danny for posting this

Nice to see my old layout again (Midsomer Norton and Welton) as I had never actually seen this Video before

The station building will reappear on "Monkton Combe" which was due to make its first appearance at S4N next year as a "in build".

I guess that will now be March 2022 so maybe I'll be able to get a bit more done!


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Re: SCALEFORUM 1999

Postby Tim Dubya » Mon Jul 06, 2020 5:19 pm

Tony Sullivan wrote:
Nice to see my old layout again (Midsomer Norton and Welton) as I had never actually seen this Video before

The station building will reappear on "Monkton Combe"...


Thank you too Danny.

Funnily enough, I originate from Midsomer Norton but now live up the hill from Monkton Combe, in Combe Down.

Looking forward to seeing your layout Tony!
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Re: SCALEFORUM 1999

Postby Flymo748 » Tue Jul 07, 2020 9:01 pm

Tim Dubya wrote:
Tony Sullivan wrote:
Nice to see my old layout again (Midsomer Norton and Welton) as I had never actually seen this Video before

The station building will reappear on "Monkton Combe"...


Thank you too Danny.

Funnily enough, I originate from Midsomer Norton but now live up the hill from Monkton Combe, in Combe Down.


Be careful saying things like that, or we'll drop in for a coffee the next time we run Bath Skyline parkrun ;-)

Which is a lovely single lap 5k with views over the city, so definitely one that we'll be back to.

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Re: SCALEFORUM 1999

Postby Tim Dubya » Wed Jul 08, 2020 8:53 am

You're most welcome if you do.
Owning to our lack of man eating (other sexes are available) predators*, I have only ever walked the Skyline (is there a song in there?). It is a beautiful walk, especially around the back of the uni in winter when the trees don't block the views so much.

* if we did, I would run everywhere and of course be super fit ;)

Cheers, Dubs
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Re: SCALEFORUM 1999

Postby Terry Bendall » Wed Jul 08, 2020 9:20 am

Just got around to looking at this. I had forgotten that West Chiltington was at Scaleforum 1999 and this was one of the layouts last showings before my son bought it and it was updated as described in back in 2007 in Scalefour News 153. We have very few pictures of West Chiltingtonl so it was good to look at the video.

Terry Bendall


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