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The layout is a small Southern Region station during the first four years of British Railways from '48-52.

Friday, 26 November 2021

Addition to Tilly's Garage

Despite work on locos, some progress continues on the layout. 

The rather higgledy-piggledy appearance of Tilly's Garage is entirely intentional, no rural garage is truly neat or tidy, there is always an air of make n'mend.

A rather commodious sectional building has appeared overnight and the pile of tyres has been joined by some rusting oil drums. The workbench can just be seen inside the garage whilst the shiny Morris 8 still awaits its new owner.

8 comments:

  1. Do you have a soft spot for Tilleys?T.T.

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  2. Do you have a soft spot for Tilleys? T.T.

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    1. Tilly’s is based on a actual motor trader in West Dorset, I merely changed the name. https://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/features/lookingback/18938777.remembering-tilleys-weymouth-dorchester/

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  3. Named the same as your dog,and an old friend .T.T.

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  4. Unfortunately, Tilly passed eight years ago but you are correct. Please keep posting.
    Thank you

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    1. Hope you and your family are O.K.that of course includes Molly.take care Tim.

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  5. Hope you and your family are OK.that of course includes Molly.take care Tim.

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  6. Thank you ‘old friend’ I have known two Tilly’s, both have a special place in my past.

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