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 Posted: Sat Jan 2nd, 2016 02:38 pm
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Not only looks brilliant :thumbs, but also congratulations on picture of the week :thumbs


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well deserved Ron,congrats, (now how can I get back on??):hmm:mutley:mutley
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Hi Ron. Very good job, it must be your experience that makes your modelling so good. But please tell me how did you do the paviours?? as I would like to pinch your idea for my " Goods Shed" project.
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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Ron. Very good job, it must be your experience that makes your modelling so good. But please tell me how did you do the paviours?? as I would like to pinch your idea for my " Goods Shed" project.
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Kevin -   paviours ???     do you mean pavers like in flagstones for platforms?  I use Scalescenes papers.  http://scalescenes.com/product/tx21-pavement/



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Hi Ron Thank you for your reply, "Paviour " just another word for paving stone. All the best. Kevin



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Hi Ron well done picture of the week, Just viewing pavement site,

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