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 Posted: Sat Sep 28th, 2019 09:09 am
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Hi Jeff.  Very good for a Passed master like you are, but, in my case what you see/get is a good representation, and works fine for me. Bearing in mind my arthritis. Best wishes Kevin 



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After just over a year since I did the first two coaches of my Bratchell class 455/9, I have now added the Electra Railway Graphics South West Trains vinyls to the third car, the remaining Driving Trailer. I still have the last one to do to complete the four-car unit. There are some livery touch-ups and corrections to do yet, so this is still very much a work in progress.


P_20191003_124418_vHDR_On by Jeffrey Lynn, on Flickr



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Hi Jeff.  Thank you for your reply. Smart work on the “ Vinyls “, which reminds me of the Hornby carriages that I purchased when I first came back to Model Railways, they may make good candidates for “ cut and shut “, but I may need a lot of magic? plus bogies and Couplings. I have just read about the South West Trains  Thirty-year-old Class 442 Locos  nicknamed Plastic Pigs , newly refurbished at a cost of £45 million, and only reintroduced in June, have been taken out of service.  The cab windows change the signal aspects? Best wishes Kevin 



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