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 Posted: Tue Oct 5th, 2010 03:42 pm
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They certainly do look good.

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Hows the ankle coming along, Phil?  Ready to kick trainee firemen yet?

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OMG!!! just downloaded this, John has certainly surpassed himelf this time!!, amazing details inside and out!. Printing out as we speak, will try get started and see how far i get.

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The low relief buildings look great and stand together really well:doublethumb



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I've had a chance to look at my download, it certainly is comprehensive, and, surprisingly simple to build. A lot of the intricate detail shown on the publicity picture is in fact down to good graphics and should be well within the capabilities of YMR members here, Petermac now being an eggspurt will have no problems with this one.

It's almost worth it for the shop signs including some you can personalise.  Get eating those Cornaflakos!!!!


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May I also offer this as a reminder of a how-to?

http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=6326&forum_id=14&highlight=scalescenes



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 Those low relief buildings do look really good, i may just have a use for some of them soon :thumbs



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It's on my list Doug and, from looking at the website, looks like a really great addition to his range. :thumbs



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Downloaded mine, now for some serious building.  Another project for those cool nights.

 

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I had to Re-Download mine as John had made a spelling mistake lol, so its now corrected :o)

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Derbys12 wrote: I had to Re-Download mine as John had made a spelling mistake lol, so its now corrected :o)

What was the spelling mistake?

I got mine a day or two ago & printing it out now- this one will certainly take a few days & nights to do - none of this 5 minute build exclam:

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Just one of the signs was AMUSSMENTS instead of AMUSEMENTS , far as i know think thats only one there was, but he re-sent it

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Cue cameo scene with sign-writer being suitably chastised by distinctly un-amused Amusement Arcade owner...



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Derbys12 wrote: Just one of the signs was AMUSSMENTS instead of AMUSEMENTS , far as i know think thats only one there was, but he re-sent it

I can't understand what all the fusss iss about.....

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Derbys12 wrote: Just one of the signs was AMUSSMENTS instead of AMUSEMENTS , far as i know think thats only one there was, but he re-sent it
Hmm. Collectable limited edition Scalescenes kits now, whatever next :lol:

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Ian Morton wrote: Derbys12 wrote: Just one of the signs was AMUSSMENTS instead of AMUSEMENTS , far as i know think thats only one there was, but he re-sent it
Hmm. Collectable limited edition Scalescenes kits now, whatever next :lol:

"LERN" livery ?



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