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07/01/2020

Wateringbury Station in model

Hans has sent us an additional picture and a request for help.

Hans has asked if anyone can help get some sample measurements from the Railway Pub so he can build a model to extend his model of Wateringbury station and surrounding area. He only needs the height and width of the left groundfloor window and the height of the black painted edge at the bottom of the walls. From that he can scale the rest of the building.
Let me know if you can help Email: john.gilham@mail.com







Had a great email from Hans which reads:

In 2015 we had a mail exchange about Wateringbury Railway Station. You asked visitors of your website to help me with information and pictures. Well herebye you see some results. It's not for 100% ready. E.g. the Thames Barge. Everything is selfmade, except the Hornby signal post.
Kind Regards
Hans Van de Burgt






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