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 Posted: Sat May 2nd, 2009 10:07 pm
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Yep - I agree - a gold star again Wayne.

A great thread to read and an amazing achievement - it's very interesting to go back to the start and compare the bits of plastic you started with to the final house.

:cheers:cheers:cheers:cheers:cheers:cheers

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I'm gob smacked, Wayne.  All it needs is a bit of weathering to make it perfect.  Well done,



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Yet another superb job Wayne i  have enjoyed reading and watching your progress

I intend to  scrathbuild items on my new layout and seeing how well you have done with scratchbuiding has given me the interest to have a go myself.

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Excellent work as always Wayne and a good tutorial too!
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Im gobsmacked :thud, what a build you gave us all and the paint job is excellent, especially the decking. Looking forward to the next you start, when is it again, oh next week, :thumbs:mutley

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i have not posted much on this as other members have posted positive comments and advise at every twist and turn. i have followed and learned s you went. great build and thanks for sharing.

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Lovely job,Wayne.Now,get all your buildings together on the layout,sit down and just enjoy running some trains by!!!
   You've earned it!! Many thanks for sharing,its been our privelege to watch it grow.

Cheers til the next build,John.B.:thumbs

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