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 Posted: Fri Sep 11th, 2009 04:57 pm
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Bob, the short answer is not enough! Once she is run in on the testbed I'll add some lead.
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Mike i assume the pannier is meant for Pattingham if so i assume Pattingham is to be set in an earlier period than the last layout?

cheers Brian

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 Posted: Fri Sep 11th, 2009 06:52 pm
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Hi Brian, the loco is for Pattingham but still 1950's. The loco was based at Wolverhampton Stafford Road and before she was scrapped still carried GWR.

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 Almost complete, still needs a crew and final weathering.

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I have already said this once on this topic but I can't help repeating myself. Lovely, lovely loco Mike. You should be really proud. I know I would be. That's if I could make such a thing.



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Real 'engineering', I have enjoyed this thread, thanks for taking the time to post.

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Yes - she's a real beauty Mike and a credit to your skills. :thumbs:thumbs

Can't wait to see it "in the flesh" next year. :cheers



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If I didn't see it myself I wouldn't have believed it! Great Work Mike!

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Mere words cannot express how lovely she looks!  The finish is exceptional, Mike. :thumbs



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Gorgeous!!!:cool:

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Now THAT'S modelling :doublethumb

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Lovely Mike.

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A little engine almost complete, a Manning Wardle built from a Agenoria Kit.



Still needs glazing, a crew and a little more weathering. the name plates are a set of 4mm 47 diesel plates. I thought Albion was appropriate for a Black Country engine, although I'm a Villa fan.

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Nice. Right down to the oil can on the running plate. :thumbs

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a little beaut, i really like it.
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Beautiful.  Now have a rest and let the rest of us catch up, please.



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Very nicely done Mike

Is Albion going to be part of the locos`s running on Pattingham?

cheers Brian

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Sorry, but I have an Austerity almost completely built from what can only be described as one of the worst kits I have come across and wait for it, a Pecket 0-4-0. Then I promise no more locos ( I do have my fingers crossed) which probably accounts for the length of time I 'm taking over typing this. When I exhibit Pattingham I will need several locos and a variation of stock to cover the 20+ movements in any one sequence, so the work bench is going to busy.

Cheers

Mike


PS. I have coined the term Skrit building, which covers scratch building with a soupcon of commercial bits and bobs, a sort of half and half combo.

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