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Had a good day with the airbrush today, I managed to get the green and red painted on. The black was done a week or more ago. The masking and cleaning seem to take up most of the morning. There are a few bits to be touched in, and the rear buffer plank needs to be done. All in all I am pleased with the out come. Just need to let it dry for a week and then I can start the lining.

 

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Hopefully the next post will be it running under its own power, and with lining.

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Looking really like a West Country now ;)

Thanks,

I am pleased with it so far. I must say it has been one of the hardest locos I have built, whether it was the kit or the prptotype I don't know.

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