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 Posted: Mon Feb 18th, 2008 03:52 am
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Darren, I would be very pleased if I had managed to scratchbuild something to this standard.
A unique station for your layout.
Well done and many thanks for the step by step progress reports.
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 Posted: Wed Feb 20th, 2008 09:57 pm
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Nice work!
You have put a great deal of work into this project, Excellent drawings and 3D picture, not to mention the modeling!
I too will follow this thread with great interest.

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Brilliant job mate, just how you going to pack that without breaking will be interesting when u have to move.
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Thanks folks for the positive encouragement. Its been a crazy week at work and I am looking forward to getting back to the model on Friday evening.

Re the packing - I dont want to think about it right now(too much stress!!!)

I just received my photo from Ebay of Tain Station in its LMS days (its the pic in my signature block (lots of detail to look at with my magnifiying glass - I am bound to find something I havent done yet!!)



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Darren - that's a stunning build and the finished article looks fantastic. It's guys like you who are an inspiration to the rest of us and we come back to these build time and time again to see how "you" do it.

Brilliant. :wink: :wink:

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Today I have been busy testing the final protective coating on the printed elements after hearing horror stories over sprays that left a shiny residue. I am absolutely delighted with the finish on my test panel of two coats. You would never know it was there (the only way is by touching an uncoated and coated piece)

I have also started on the next project...see separate posting.






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darren im pleased it worked well for you its always a fear in the back of your mind it could cock up the whole project.

you could use that stuff to affix weathering powders on you locos.

cheers Brian.w

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Darren, do you think that spray could be used to seal the painting on a palsticard scratchbuilt model like for instance a "Silo"? :roll: :roll: :roll:

Also, I gotta have one of those "Choppers"!!!!!!!

Wayne :lol: :lol: :lol:



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Wayne Williams wrote:Darren, do you think that spray could be used to seal the painting on a palsticard scratchbuilt model like for instance a "Silo"? :roll: :roll: :roll:

Also, I gotta have one of those "Choppers"!!!!!!!

Wayne :lol: :lol: :lol:


I checked the can and it does say that it for use on painted surfaces and can be used on papier mache, plaster so it would be worth trying on your test panel



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