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 Posted: Tue Aug 25th, 2009 10:32 pm
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Prussian blue, eh? It'll look even more sensational.

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:lol: well at least you are obeying. I think it'll look stunning. Prussian blue is a potent colour though.

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And as Lord Bob would say " That's 15 quid well spent".

Looking good Frank.

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AUSSIETRAINS wrote: And as Lord Bob would say " That's 15 quid well spent".


It is indeed John but £12.50 would have been better.  ;-)  ;-)



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Its looking like you are really getting into this 7mm gauge im sure your eyes are enjoying it and you are finding you can include a great deal more detail.

cheers Brian

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Well just caught this thread up and i must say i most impressed with it so i am.

You have done a marvelous job Frank. I love Alice. Looking forward the rest of the build.

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Great detailing Frank

I bet them gauges even work dont they:lol:

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       As you're building a freelance loco,are you going to name her??

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs
(She's looking GORGEOUS by the way!)

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        I'd stick with Kathleen if I were you.Its as well to keep in the Mrs's good books!:lol:

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georgejacksongenius wrote: Frank,
        I'd stick with Kathleen if I were you.Its as well to keep in the Mrs's good books!:lol:

Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

Just as long as those "washout plugs" don't blow !!! :roll::roll::roll:



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Frank, just had three months in the UK so am catching up. This really is something special, a little beauty. Could you tell me how you are painting her e.g. airbrush, paintbrush and what kind/make of paints you are using?:thumbs

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Lovely little job Frank. Lots of character in those small narrow gauge locos.



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