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I have some Bachmann hi vis workers, but I'd like to get some O scale Preiser.

I haven't been able to find a supplier.

Do you know of someone who can supply Preiser, Ed?



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Gaugemaster do some Max and they do ship overseas.

http://www.gaugemaster.com/search_results.asp?searchstring=industrials%20preiser%20scale~~%ACo%AC~~scale%20category~~1241~~category





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Thanks, Ed.

They're not cheap, are they?



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 In general Gaugemaster are not always as cheap as the box shifters, but the do a greater range especially continental HO and other scales like TT and HOe.

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Absolutely beautiful, Max. That water looks so realistic and really brings that ship to life. I'd tie it down if I were you before it sails off the end !

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Thanks, Ed.

Thanks, Allan.



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Scalelink do quite a lot of 0 gauge (1:43) items including Preiser and other figures, also cast and etched kits, vehicles  (even horse drawn carriages).

Etches include railings, windows, doors, valances, balustrades, fire escape ladders, ornate support brackets, castings - support columns, hand carts, wheelbarrows, bicycles, part castings part etchings, gate posts, chimneys, admittedly most of the vehicles and rolling stock is UK outline (except for model T Ford and a couple of other 1930s) .
 I've used quite a lot of their N gauge items.

http://www.scalelink.co.uk/acatalog/index.html



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With the bonnet up.



A couple of crappy night shots . . .





You get the idea.



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Nothing crappy about that, Max. Nothing at all.


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Thanks, Allan.  I tried shooting it with my blue LED moonlight on, but then I had to massage the excess blue out of it, which left it a bit grainy.   :lol:

Learning every day.  :cool:



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What do you expect, Max when they have to travel 12,000 miles in just the blink of an eye !  :pedal

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Hi Max,

Looks spot on to me. Docks work to the tides, not to the clock, so 24 hour operations are spot on. 

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While nothing is ever finished on a model railway (only abandoned), I'm at the point where I only have the weathering left to do.

Here are some reference shots with the ship lights off to avoid the flare that I get in my photos.
















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Looks like it's a long way from home Max.

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Not just speaking for myself I'm sure, Max but  if you finish Port Elderley you'll just have to build another layout straight away as your progress reports will be sorely missed as part of my morning read over coffee and toast !

Now may I suggest a sister layout like Port Younger maybe ?


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Yes, Ed.  Port Elderley is on the west coast of Kansas.  :lol:  Some way from Holland.


Thanks, Allan.  I have to take a break from the layout as I have to build a display unit for my Clinic which I'm presenting in September at our Convention.

It's our turn to have the National Convention here.  Lots of work to do.



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