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 Posted: Mon Dec 19th, 2016 06:26 am
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Hi Guys -  I put this topic up in an incorrect section so I thought I would re post in the Scenery section as it will probably attract more response I hope. I live south of Adelaide in South Australia and would like to know the best place to purchase a small quantity of real coal for scenic purposes for commencement of my layout . Thanks for any assistance .  Regards Budslots.

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 Posted: Mon Dec 19th, 2016 08:14 am
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I suggest you contact Steamranger at Mt Barker
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Brian at Junction Models has coal in various scales, including coal dust.



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Hi All may I suggest barbercue coles  From a +4 South Wales UK
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I just go out to the coal bunker;-), wahda ya mean you're too lazy to drive the 948 miles to Newcastle and 948 Miles back to go and get some coal...:lol:



 Seriously, If I've looked up your address correctly there are several coal merchants in the Adelaide area, just take a trip to the nearest and beg a shovel full of the dust and tiny bits. ( take your own shovel and plastic bags)  Sieve to the size you want.

http://www.bizbrowz.com.au/adelaide/coal-merchants-services.asp?pageno=3




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Thanks for the info Sol . Much appreciated again. Have a Happy New Year.  Regards Neil

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Thanks for the info Max . Much appreciated again. Have a Happy New Year.  Regards Neil

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Thanks for the info Noviceman . The Airfare would be a killer mate  -will try local. Much appreciated. Have a Happy New Year.  Regards Neil

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Thanks for the info Q . Much appreciated - the Coal Merchant at Lonsdale is just around the corner - about 3 minutes drive. i'll take a trowel and some plastic bags mate as suggested . Have a Happy New Year.  Regards Neil

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