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 Posted: Mon Apr 7th, 2014 02:50 am
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hi all i have started to make some containers to make up a waste/binliner train. may be not a full scratch build but using old hornby containers and adding 1.60 mm plastic strip like so. just adding new life to old stock that may no longer get a run on the layout plus a dam site cheaper than buying them ready made .






still got a bit of work on them to do and then paint.

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 Posted: Mon Apr 7th, 2014 10:33 pm
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Impressive Shaun.:thumbs



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thanks for the comments yes got the container ends done and the bits on the side , just needs a paint job may go for the white and yellow 

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this where im upto with the binliner containers the one on the right needs two more coats of paint and then i can put the numbers on them well not bad for a first go at this sort of thing.



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You're making a nice job of them, Shaun.  :thumbs



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yes not bad well three down nine more to go i have just got another three wagons so another nine to do at some point so i should have a good rake when done.

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