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 Posted: Mon Nov 29th, 2010 12:44 am
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Sol
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From November Hornby Magazine, the free insert.

Built by my friend Robbo - modified slightly












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 Posted: Mon Nov 29th, 2010 07:36 am
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Not much wrong with that. I feel a thirst coming on!

Cheers
Dave

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 Posted: Mon Nov 29th, 2010 07:39 am
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For a modeller who for some time begrudged paper & card - he, 99% of the time used balsa, Robbo is very happy with this to the extent that he has 5 Metcalfe kits coming to build & modify. I will pass on your comments, Dave.

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 Posted: Mon Nov 29th, 2010 07:53 am
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that is an excellent build Sol, and another convert to boot,
can`t be bad!!
:doublethumb:lol::lol::cool:

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Looks pretty good to me, Ron.

When you say "modified", does that mean you've installed real taps with real beer in it?

 

:mutley :mutley :mutley

 

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Excellent looking pub Sol and IMHO, more "authentic" than the Metcalfe one.

When Robbo gets his Metcalfe kits, it woul be interesting to hear his comments.  Again, IMHO, whilst they are indeed very good and pretty easy to build, they're not as good as the Scalescenes stuff unless you're good at weathering.  They somehow tend to be too "perfect".  Also, judging by my later Metcalfe purchases, I think they've reduced the inner strengthening card thickness - probably to avoid price increases - but it's made them slightly more difficult to build and certainly less robust.  It could just have been the odd kit but it was my last purchase - some low-relief terraced houses in stone.

Scalescenes take much longer to build and probably cost a lot more but for me, they produce better and stronger models.



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 Posted: Mon Nov 29th, 2010 08:35 am
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That really looks good, I'm impressed.

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Hello John,
Saw you on-line, thought I would check to see how you are. We are inundated with snow Up-'ere Up North,
Kind Regards,
Michael Thornberry.

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OK chaps, the pub is now available for download, form an orderly queue...

http://www.scalescenes.com/products/T011-Country-Pub :cheers

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My scratchbuild station made with scalescenes paper is going to look better than that!........in the piggin bin  :mrgreen::mrgreen:



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I M H O the overall efect is nice.  The windows look a bit bland ,and why would the original builder go for the odd shape roof at the left hand end,as shewn.  I have tried to download ,but my pay pal account doesn't recognize me today!



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