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 Posted: Sat Nov 5th, 2016 02:21 pm
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These locos are a joy to behold John and thank you for sharing with us. I can see why so many people model in 7mm scale when results like these are achievable by talented modellers. 

Hmm, I wonder if they also come in green!

Bill :)




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Actually Bill, I`m sure that very very early Midland locos were a shade of green !!!!!


Thankyou all for your very kind comments.

I`m glad you like her.......... because....... ( pangs of guilt and regret ).....................

When funds are low I tend to recycle stock back into the market, as it were, as my skills slowly improve.

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I sold this GWR whitemetal loco I built some time back to pay for the 1F kit.

She was a favourite but had a solid heavy chassis with no compensation and was always susceptible to dirty track.

All of your favourable comments have ,therefore, made it all worthwhile......

Thankyou.
PS. I`m still a GWR fan though..................


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Now my juices are really flowing John. The metro tanks have always been a favourite of mine and I have a white metal 4mm kit yet to build and hope it might turn out somewhere as fine as yours. All in due course and I need to practise my finishing skills on other stock first.

Good to see more of the shirt button logo too!

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