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Hi Phil.  Looking good no ,excellent, just one thing missing is Jones the Milk. It is so good that it could do for a picture post card. Best wishes from Wales.   Kevin 



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Hi Phil.  Keep up the good work. Praise when praise is due.    Best wishes Kevin 



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Phil.  Looking good no ,excellent, just one thing missing is Jones the Milk. It is so good that it could do for a picture post card. Best wishes from Wales.   Kevin Not forgetting Jones the bread, Jones the coal and all the rest. :)



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More lovely photos, 
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Just messing about this morning with my Box Brownie :)




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I want a box brownie like yours - fantastic photo Phil.   :thumbs



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You need the Mk II Peter, with focus stacking :mutley



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:mutley :mutley :mutley

I thought a Box Brownie was auto focus .................. :roll:



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Yes, but it can only focus on one point, that's when you flick the switch to stacking :doublethumb



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Two new figures having a chat on a warm summers day.


















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A bit of good news as Railway Modeller are going to feature Pen-y-Bryn in their magazine in the New Year and a photoshoot in August.



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That is good news Phil. I better get your autograph now before you become too famous !



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Excellent Phil - can I follow Sol for the signature - I collect those of published authors ................. :lol:

Oh - and congratulations !!  :cheers



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Hi Phil. Well done.  Railway magazines only publish the best.  Kevin 



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Petermac wrote: Excellent Phil - can I follow Sol for the signature - I collect those of published authors ................. :lol:

Oh - and congratulations !!  :cheers
I'm just working out a price Peter :hmm :mutley

Thanks Kevin, it has been in Model Rail twice, but I believe RM is the biggest seller in the UK.



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