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 Posted: Tue Oct 13th, 2009 10:38 pm
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I'm loving the blue, Frank. The Humbrol paint pot gives a good impression of scale.

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I cant believe that it's been 18 months since I started this project.
TBH I haven't touched it for 12 months because of getting my 00 layout ready for shows.

I was having a clean up in the junk cupboard this week and dug it out again!

The scratch built wagon shown on the first page of this thread has now been painted, and I've given the loco another coat of blue paint, touched up the buffer beams and vac pipes.
I've also painted the con rod and coupling rods red as a lot of NG locos seem to have them painted this colour.
I must get round to making a couple of whistles for it soon.





Still no layout to run it on though. Not even any NG track, (it's stood on HO track in the pictures). But, I'm considering building a 7mm scale NG layout in a couple of box files so, watch this space.

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Good-oh! I'd forgotten about this thread, too.  You could really do an 'Ivor the Engine' type layout like this, couldn't you?

Hhm.  An 'O' gauge Idris the Dragon might be a bit of a job to model........

More please, Uncle Frank.


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