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Very nice Frank

Like the driver, you have even painted his tie.

How good would it look against your backdrop in B/W.

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Brush, airbrush or powders? Whichever, it looks really good, and just how they looked as far as I can remember in the 60's. Can I send you mine for a workover? It's much too clean for my West Riding of 1967.



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My memories when a young boy in the last days of steam they were all filthy dirty and rusty.

The first shiny steam locomotive i ever saw was Kolaphur in 1969 at the cricklewood shed open day.

cheers Brian

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Beautiful weathering, Frank. Can't wait to see the layout after seeing the loco



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Frank, the Ivatt 2-6-2T detailing is very well done.

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Very well presented loco Frank. :thumbs

The detailing and, particularly, the weathering are really true to life for locos of that hard working class. ;-);-)



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Just as I thought Frank

Brilliant, Thank you

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Beautifully weathered couple of locos there,Frank.

cheers,John.B.

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I want one.

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Frank, once again you have produced a very nice weathered loco in a superb setting. I just love all the detail that you add.

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