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 Posted: Wed Mar 5th, 2008 07:23 pm
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that is a neat job,Dukedog.
is the signal electricaly controlled? iask because of the
way it is set in. :? :lol: :lol: 8)

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I've moved the topic to the scratchbuilding section, Frank. It should be easier for members to find there.
If you could, perhaps you can fill in a little more detail for our newer members.
Type / thickness of plasticard and other materials, paints used, where / how measurements were taken etc. (when you have time, of course).
Thanks in anticipation.

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Confusuion reigns as I moved it from here to the Lineside. :roll:



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Very nice, Frank.

I like the colour too. Did you use acrylics or enamels?

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Cheers Frank, Just the sort of information I was thinking of.
I'm sure it will help our newer members and ... er ... me :wink:

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Frank - you've lightened an old man's evening !!! Lovely bridge (bont) very well painted but my real joy is seing the embossed plasticard !! I'm assuming it's "OO" gauge - if so, who makes it !!! It's just what I need for my Pennine stone mill scene.
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Thanks for the info Frank - unfortunately, when I went to the link, it fouled something up and my computer shut down !! Not your fault - I've had exactly the same problem with Slaters link from Google - must be some glitch on my machine. I'll try to find another way to have a look at their range but I still think your bridge (sorry, bont) looks great. :wink:

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