Building Yeovil Pen Mill in EM.

didn't know, incidentally that there was a difference between Rockwool and glass fibre insulation. Does anyone know where to get rock wool, as opposed to glass fibre?
Try construction stores, construction websites, insulation websites, for the best result stick to rock wool
Try to get the "hard" one, i believe it was 433.
Heck, even go to a construction site and ask for some waste, they won't bite, you would be surprised how many are modelling(speaking for the Dutch workers btw)
This one will get you further i think:
Or the closet "do it your self" store.

For glue-ing and ballasting i am getting pretty fond of 3 mm sand/pebbles (for me 1:32) and sarnacol 2116(silka), i have not experiment with that one yet....but the experiment will take place soon

I am pleased to hear that my two cents can possibly help you to achieve what you want

@Matt M.
but really just a footnote to an introduction of plastics.
It is a very good refreshing note.

I have a rough grasp of some of the issues from practical experience plus research
for practical use.
That is the best teacher.
But speaking of teachers and learning, yep the hobbies will get you much further than the working arias.

With best regards
 
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Andrew Duncan

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Hello Everyone
Sorry I've been so elusive of late. Sadly there's a very good reason.

My wife Babette has been very ill with triple-negative cancer since late last year, and last Sunday she decided enough was enough and died peacefully and without pain at home, in a bed we'd set up for her in our main living room so that she could be with us all the time.

I'm aware that this is not normal fodder for a model railway track building forum, but as I've occasionally involved pictures of the family in my meanderings on the old version of the Templot forum, then I thought some of you would want to know.

Kind regards
Andrew
 
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AndyB

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Hello Everyone
Sorry I've been so elusive of late. Sadly there's a very good reason.

My wife Babette has been very ill with triple-negative cancer since late last year, and last Sunday she decided enough was enough and died peacefully and without pain at home, in a bed we'd set up for her in our main living room so that she could be with us all the time.

I'm aware that this is not normal fodder for a model railway track building forum, but as I've occasionally involved pictures of the family in my meanderings on the old version of the Templot forum, then I thought some of you would want to know.

Kind regards
Andrew

Andrew, I am extremely sorry to hear that and I am sure so many others here are too. Please do not hesitate to reach-out to any of us, any time for any reason.
 
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Hayfield

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Andrew

So sorry to hear your very sad news, like others my thoughts are with you and your family at this time. Needless to say if we can help we are here for you
 
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Tony W

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Hi Andrew.
Yes, really sorry to learn of your predicament.
You have my utmost sympathy.
I thought you had been uncharacteristically quiet lately.
Best regards
Tony.
 
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......very sorry for your loss, no words can make this up...

You have my best regards, wishes and my strength.
Take your time, if want to escape to the Netherlands becouse it is getting to much, you will get my adress.
I hope she will find her peace now, she will have my prayers.
I wish you all the wisdom you need and strength.

Stay strong in those dark difficult times,
With uttermost best regards and respect Igor
 
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Andrew Duncan

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Hello Everyone
Thank you all for your very kind, thoughtful, and supportive replies. I've been very touched by them and will pass them onto my children as well.
Warm regards to each one of you.
Andrew
 
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Lancastrian

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Andrew,

I've just caught up with this thread, after watching your first steps with designing the layout. I am so sorry to hear of your sad news. My sincere condolencies to you and your family at this time.

Regards,
Ian
 
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