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 Posted: Wed Sep 10th, 2008 06:25 am
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Robert wrote: They must be small Frank because it looks ok to me. Better than ok in fact.
I'm assuming that you have edited your picture since posting because I cannot see any problems either!  Looks great Frank

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Is it a kit you are making of have you scratchbuilt the cottage.

You certainly have got very good colour variation in the granite stone.

cheers Brian.W

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 Posted: Wed Sep 10th, 2008 06:42 pm
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I did not realise until today that your Username Dukedog is actually a GWR steam loco i was reading my model rail which turned up today and the dukedog class engine was one they said had not been made by RTR manufacturers yet.

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Frank,
      beautiful job on the building.The colours you've used for the stone are bob-on.If theres any flaws there,I'm jiggered if I can see 'em!!!
      Its going to look great when its finished.
Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Looks flawless to me too. Love the paint job!

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Now if the GWR dudes could just hold their scorn and derision for a moment please - is that the same class as "City of Truro" Frank, or maybe some close relation?  Maybe we need another YMR Appreciation Thread for these to enlighten us diesel dudes

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Thanks!

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And the City Class had tapered boilers,too!
 
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Steady now, keep it simple please!

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.......And no dome!!!!:mutley


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if you pm one of the mods or  the FC they would be able to move this thread to the on members workbench thread:thumbs

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your handheld looks really smart full marks to you i know of nobody who makes there own controllers.

cheers Brian.W

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Frank, your comment:-

All time consuming jobs but not a lot to show for it!







Yes, true but I think there is a lot of satisfaction when one builds a lot of small but necessary detail items.  Thet do look very nice indeed - I will send you my postal address :thumbs

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Frank, those little details that take a lot of time, but don't show up much, is exactly what makes people stand there and just keep looking at the layout. They can't quite figure out why, but they do it anyway.

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