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 Posted: Wed May 21st, 2008 08:23 pm
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 Posted: Wed May 21st, 2008 08:31 pm
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Well i,m blowed i didn.t know that. just goes to show how thick i am . bye the way tried your magic mix to glue two different types of plastic together (cutting and shutting hornbys suspension bridge )and its the best ever .thanks frank. :) :)



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Yet another cracker Frank and really looks the part.



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That looks very effective. can you confirm that the glazing, as well as the metal bits came from langley?

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And run the globe on half of its rated voltage & it will look like a gas lamp.
Neat, I will take 4 thanks Frank.

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Nice little lamp Frank,
I want to be able to do that in N scale, going to be fiddly :? sigh.



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That poor old Class 4 Frank. I feel really sorry for it. First class job.



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Fantastic Frank - looks ready to be withdrawn!

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Great job Frank, it's how I remember them as well. You'd pay TMC etc a lot of money to do that. Any chance of a how to?

Maybe you could have a look at weathering the lamps on the front. I seem to remember they too were anything other than white.
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Poor old beastie, nicely done.



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Really nice heavy weathering you are right my memories of steam engines as a small boy thet were all filthy and covered in rust ,
The first shiny steam engine i ever saw was Kolaphur at the cricklewood engine shed open day in 1969 i think

cheers Brian.W

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I'd sack the crew if I were you !!! Fancy coming on parade in a scruffy old beast like that. Superb weathering job Frank.

As Les says - a "how to" would go down a bomb. There were many, many locos in that sorry state towards the end of the steam era.

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That is an outstanding weathering job which looks very natural and realistic. Good photography too. I would make one small suggestion and that is to tone down the lamps on the buffer beam a bit with a wash of grime, as, in my view, they look a little too clean given the overall state of the loco - but an excellent an highly effective job.

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Looks good, Frank. The poor thing :D :D

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