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Hi Ed,

No, you haven't confused me, yet... ;-) With the new plank I'm building, I have decided to go for brown brick for the arched bridges and dark red  for the low relief factory. I also have sheets of aged brown which I'll use on the plank as well, probably for other buildings or even the canal walls. I no think that mixing it up a little also gives a time/era of when particular buildings/structures wer built and as you said, who got the building contract.

Cheers, Gary.



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