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 Posted: Wed Oct 12th, 2011 09:25 pm
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I don't know if anyone has tackled the garage, so I thought I'd post a couple of pictures of one I made earlier (!)
(two or three years earlier, If my memory serves...)

Nice easy little build, useful on most layouts I would think.








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 Posted: Wed Oct 12th, 2011 10:09 pm
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Nice looking model Shaun.  He does some good stuff but it does also depend on the builder to get the best out of it.  You seem to have done so admirably. :thumbs

Is the "wheelie concrete" a part of the kit or is it from his Scratchbuild section ?  I used it on my Maxmill module but I'd hate to have been on the vehicle when the tyre marks were made ...................:roll::lol::lol:



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I think it was part of the kit, Peter. It was one of the first wiffen builds that I did.
Really enjoyable kits to build - bit more taxing than Metcalfe, but also more versatile, though I haven't gone to the extremes that 'Doofer' Doug has! He's set a standard that I doubt anyone can match.
Long may he continue...

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My first posting seems a bit odd - one of the pictures is duplicated and has text: "attached image (viewed n times)"
have I done something silly?

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Probably yes!!! But don't worry about it. I do it all the time, and that's why we have Moderators to clean up our mess;-)

I've never seen the Scalescenes garage and I like it. Never having modelled UK prototype it would not have occurred to me, but that's a damn fine model. Did you weather the printed sheets, and how?



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Actually if we Mods "cleaned up the mess", there would no be much left on threads ;-)

I will have a look at the double picture now.


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Sol wrote:
Actually if we Mods "cleaned up the mess", there would no be much left on threads ;-)

I stand educated and resume my place, sir! :cheers (I write as a gamekeeper turned poacher:cheers)

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Thanks Ron! I'll try harder next time...

No weathering Tim - that build was straight out of the box (or off the printer, more to the point) the only extras apart from the vehicle are the pump hoses, which are the insulation stripped off electronic component cables.
(Chuech is progressing, BTW)

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