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 Posted: Sun Sep 27th, 2015 03:51 pm
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Sapperjethro
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 Well life has been quite hectic and it seem like a lifetime since I got a chance to post. Well here is 'Brussles'


I am quite pleased with the results, It is something different, The headlamp works and I am just having screw link couplings as it is really a show piece just to run every so often. Plus I always wanted to have a go at doing...



Well thats it for J94's......Although I am waiting for two from DG Models, when they arrive....

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 Posted: Sun Sep 27th, 2015 04:02 pm
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'Brussles' is a very nice model Alan. Nice work indeed. :thumbs

Cheers, Gary.



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Thank you Gary,
                          It turned out better than I thought.

REgards...Alan

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It's come up well, Alan.  :thumbs

Are the buffers pointing at odd angles, prototypical?

Some of those old engines had been knocked about during their working lives.



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 Yes Max I agree but when I put the brass overlays in place I had not noticed the buffer platic behind was not flat and it would make such a mess to try and take it off...But as we say in Yorkshire   'A blind man on a galloping horse would'nt notice it' I will have to watch out in future....But it does niggle a bit


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