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 Posted: Wed Sep 26th, 2018 08:27 am
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Hi Ian. Thank you.  Is “Replica” the brand name or did you mean similar ? I do have some older Hornby carriages, not only wagons.    Best wishes. Kevin



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Replica Railways is a brand name of a manufacturer who made coaches. I am not sure but they might have been part of Bachmann. They have green boxes and apparently are good quality and fairly accurate. 

Edit. I also used the word replica in an earlier post but this referred to a vacuum hose.  This was reference to "similar". I use Lanarkshire Models and 51L white metal vacuum and steam hoses as the plastic ones that come with the kit arent usually that good.



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These are the reasons why I havent posted much on the layout thread lately!
SE Finecast LMS 4F kit




Craftsman 1P 0-4-4T kit

Now working on a Comet Stove R brake van, then I have a Model Loc Ltd/DJH Black 5 and a Western Precision Castings LMS 3F Jinty to build, along with several Parkside Dundas vans and Ratio coaches.

After the Stove R I might revert to working on the layout again. I have 2 ADS-8SX DCC accessory decoders to install which will replace my old ADS-8FX's plus signals and lots of other detail. Looks like I will be busy for the next few years!!!. 



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Latest addition to the inventory on Jencaster. A Comet LMS Stove R kit just recently completed.

A few things could have been better, notably the roof, but overall I am happy with the outcome. I used microscope slide covers for the glass, Pressfix lining and letters, Railmatch Crimson Lake, and fitted it with my magnetci couplings. 







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Some beautiful modelling Ian - a joy to see.  Are most of your buildings card?  They look great.  Mine never seem to come out looking so lifelike.  More practice I think!

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Thank you Michael. The majority are Scalescenes downloadable card kits. I have an etched brass platelayers hut and now a stables. The station building, goods shed and engine shed are scratchbuilt using foamboard and embossed styrene. The signal box is a ratio kit. 



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