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Well I think I see some Scalescenes houses on your layout so go for it Reg.  This took me several days with a full session just cutting out the card parts.  Worth the effort I think.

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Nice job there, John.


BTW. Peco track pins make for perfect door knobs in 7mm.


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Thanks Allan.  :pathead I'll bear the Peco pin thing in mind.

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For such advice, John, I usually charge five fifty but because it's you mate I'll make it just a round  six quid.

Green shield stamps and Oxfam vouchers accepted.


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That's quite impressive for a print it out and build it kit John.



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:mrgreen: At 3.99 a bargain compared to laser cut kits.  Of course you need to supply the paper, ink and card.

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