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 Posted: Thu Dec 17th, 2009 09:17 pm
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I like those Mike !! :thumbs

That pannier must be one of the most attractive small locos ever designed - your models certainly do it justice. :cheers



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I must agree with Peter regarding the pannier engine its a great looking loco.

The GWR must have had a brainstorm and decided they must make something that looks a little differant:lol:

cheers Brian

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I must admit to a liking for GWR pannier tanks though in my case Underground lined maroon is the livery of choice. Though these are very good examples and lovely images showing the variations in design and livery.

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Thanks for your comments guys, I've used 7713 as therapy whilst waiting on all the tests and scans my wife has been having. At least we will have Christmas at home as her operation is booked for January 13th.

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Now this is a first so please dont say nothing to me :oops: but i really like those GWR Panniers, very nice, nay just have to get mine out.

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