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John, haven't I introduced you to the owner of the boots? That's Stinky Smith, otherwise known as 'Smiff the Whiff'. His greasy cap is on top of the filing cabinet. Since he started to leave his wellies there all the time there hasn't been a single verminous visitor to the Goods Shed. Come to think of it, there are very few of the two legged variety either....They do say his mother was scared by a Wrights Coal Tar Soap rep when she was carrying him.

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Douglas


Charming........social distancing may have its advantages after all

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Chubber wrote: Hullo Chaps,

Thank you for your kind remarks.

Peter, I think I have found someting useful to do with the thick foil sleeves around the top of the RLW bottles, that's what the oilskin is made of, touched up with a black marker pen. You're right, the 'wellies' are chopped off Dapol figure legs! You might get to see them if you are 1" high and visit the shed, but, see below....

John, haven't I introduced you to the owner of the boots? That's Stinky Smith, otherwise known as 'Smiff the Whiff'. His greasy cap is on top of the filing cabinet. Since he started to leave his wellies there all the time there hasn't been a single verminous visitor to the Goods Shed. Come to think of it, there are very few of the two legged variety either....They do say his mother was scared by a Wrights Coal Tar Soap rep when she was carrying him.

Poop-poop!

Douglas
 Wonderful 'back-story'!



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