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 Posted: Sat Jan 4th, 2014 11:05 pm
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These are my first attempts at weathering Diesels.


These two have sound with dual start up and are kept coupled but can be split if required.



Class 25



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Class 37 with re blown sound



Class 37 just another view


I hope you enjoy


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 Posted: Sat Jan 4th, 2014 11:59 pm
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Not bad at all ! Weathering is something I haven't tackled yet, but your models do look the goods.

Cheers, Gary.



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I particularly like the class 25's

Good stuff

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Very convincing, Jethro.  :thumbs



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I agree with the above comments. For me the green Class 20 looks very convincing and well used.

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Impressed with the class 25, the class 37 is pretty good too. Keep up the good work Jethro.



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That's some very impressive weathering Jethro - on them all. :thumbs

As it's not here, you'll be posting your "How I weather locos" in another thread I presume ................:roll::roll::roll:;-);-)



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looking very good, it's nice to see loco's which have been weathered. Much better than straight out of the box's.
Keep up the good work
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top stuff  espec the 20s

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I can only echo what the others here have said: top weathering jobs, there. Very nice.

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I have no idea what a dirty diesel should like like as I don't "do" diesels, but I do know if I wanted slightly, more realistically weathered locos that don't look over done and on their very last legs I would want them to look like yours. Very plausible indeed. Nice job.
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