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Reply Sean Wallace-Docherty
8:32 AM on November 23, 2017 
hi long time no speak hows things with Stroley running better than normal rail i hope, i have registered to view stroley international just awaiting your approval, hope you and Rolinda are ok and that your shed and layout are fine

Reply Mike
7:26 PM on October 6, 2014 
Hi. I 'very been looking at your track plan which I think is awesome particularly the station throat. I'just planning a layout for the first time and would like to incorporate something similar although probably not as many branches. Would you be able to tell me what track components you used, starting from the central crossover.
I'll probably be using Peco code 100.
Once again great layout.
Reply Colin Edwicker
7:44 AM on March 22, 2014 
I've just re-read your article in the January issue of Railway Modeller where I saw your website details which I missed last time. What a stunning layout indeed, something I could only dream of building. As for the wiring, spaghetti junction is a very apt description. I'll be spending a fair time going through the website, thanks for the opportunity to view it.
Reply Bob Hex
4:03 PM on March 5, 2014 
A great layout, Stevie. Nice touch with the international trains. I like the rule IBISI RAIL, which I follow myself, within reason. After all, railway enthusiasts and modellers should have broad minds, unfortunately this is not always the case !!
Reply Tommy
10:16 AM on January 11, 2014 
You've made me bring back out my model railway! Thanks Stevie