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 Posted: Mon Aug 15th, 2016 10:38 pm
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Thank you all for your kind comments.

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Proper Job!

Being on a VPN means I don't get update notifications 'ortimatic' so I have to keep remembering where I was...

Quality work which has amply repaid the effort you've put into it,

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Thank you very much Doug, much appreciated.

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It's already been said Terry but I'll reiterate the fact that it's a superb model and an excellent "how I did it" thread.  Plenty of lateral thinking in there and a brilliant result.

Well done indeed Sir.  :pathead:cheers  



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Thank you Peter, very kind of you to say so.

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An excellent build Terry.Superb modelling.:thumbs



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Thank you Alan, very kind of you.

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Hi Terry
Your post here reminded me that I had done something similar on post 196 on the "Trams from card or paper" thread and prommised to upload my version of a Norfolk wind powered drainage pump.


So first off congrats on an excellent model:doublethumband thanks for the reminder.

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From what's appearing on these pages I am now totally convinced that everyone's windmill is better than mine and what makes it even worse is that mine was splashed all over the Railway Modeller for the whole wide World to laugh at !

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Hi Allan
Thanks for the compliments, :mrgreen: but look at it like this, Your mill was good enough to grace the cover of a national publication, You enjoyed building it and the publicity you generated will help to encourage others.
Also if you read post 196 on the "Making Trams from Card or Paper" thread you did not make the classic cock-up I did:oops::oops:.

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Thanks Jim, but making the front cover was even worse - folk could see it without even buying the mag !

Shall look up your tram disaster later.

Allan

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