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These are what I'm working on at the moment on my workbench (Or Keyboard tray...)

Adams G6, on an old Hornby 0-6-0 chassis. It has incorperated parts from an 02 kit (see below) because the class were so similar in design.





Wills 02 kit
The 02 is my favourite loco (Mainly because I live on the Isle of Wight, I'm obsessed with the railways, I can put loco names to their numbers...14 Fishbourne, 15 Cowes, 16 Ventnor...)



Steam Railmotor, based on a Swiss one (see site for pictures of prototype)


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Is that a mixture of card and whitemetal, that you have used to complete the body?

And did you hand paint it yourself, along with the twin coloured lining, because if you did it's very good.

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Alan-IF you're talking about the G6 yes it's card and whitemetal. I painted it myself but it took a while! I also painted the 02 but she's going into a nice BLACK soon!

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Good job Jack  :doublethumb

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Clever stuff with that G6, Jack.
Isle of Wight, eh? I've seen it across the water [a long time ago] but never went there.
I do like your SR stuff.

Mike


                 

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