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Hi
I think you are in for a real treat as regards realism. My friend has been helping with this and showed me some pictures and I was amazed at the detail going into this project. This does have automated vehicles and even a fire engine that goes to put a fire out on a building.

You Tube Link of the build

Wroxham Miniature Worlds

Andrew

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Thanks Fendoff for that link, it looks really good. Nice to see it under construction.
It looks huge.

I just hope that British Rail doesn't go on strike... lol



best regards, Richard.
I can't wait to be back on the Broads.

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What you mean Richard is...Wroxham is becoming a "Buffer" state with Branch Lines and all will end up as Level Crossings. Not to mention the Points it will earn for its designers. It could Signal a new way of seeing things. There again, lets hope its a Main Line attraction. lol

Iain.

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Iain, I like your train of thought.
I tend..er  to  agree with you.

Actually, with this and Wroxham barns, it is putting Hoveton/ Wroxham well and truly on the visitors map, but I guess these places are like ghost towns during the winter.
Although having been to Hoveton in December and January, it is still a very busy place.
I know that getting through Hoveton/ Wroxham in the summer is a pain, mostly caused by the pedestrian traffic crossing at Roys slowing the increased traffic down.
We travel to Norfolk via the A14,  A11 and A47, so then get to Stalham via Acle and Potter Heigham.
Via Hoveton looks quicker but there are too many hold ups.






best regards, Richard.
I can't wait to be back on the Broads.


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