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There's a first time for everything.


Mick Bonwick

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Exploring the blog concept with a view to maintaining a record of weathering processes, materials, tools and techniques. Entries will be sporadic and entirely dependent upon time and memory.

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Looks good!  I'll look forward to future posts and maybe pick up some tips - although I model a period when everything was polished to perfection :)

 

Mike

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I doubt very much if you're alone with that view. After all, everything was perfect when it was outshopped, wasn't it? ;-)

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Mick,

 

I was always told that if you have difficulty remembering you should tie a knot in something. I'll leave it to you to decide what.

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Mick,

 

I was always told that if you have difficulty remembering you should tie a knot in something. I'll leave it to you to decide what.

 

My air hose!

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Very impressive. So good in fact that I can't work out what scale it is? 

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The first subject is a Hornby Class 09 D3721, purchased several years ago and tucked away until I could think of something to do with it.

 

I haven't yet attached the various hoses, but I have removed the couplings.

 

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