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Benjamin Brady

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  1. Cheers for the photos , brought back a few memories
  2. Hello ,Anymore photos from that location , Only asking spent a few weekends there . Cheers
  3. Hi, Thanks for getting back, typical after ordering the nameplates the other week. I shall drop him another e-mail this afternoon. Thank you. It's all good up here in Cheshire, however I am still admiring the work you manage to turn out and it's spurring me on to try and finish a few of my own project. I suppose with no shows to attend there is no real rush. The next project shall be to finish the tfw Class 175 from the 3d printed body shells, from your helpful pointer on the decals. I'll update the Weaver Hill, or home layout thread sooner or later.
  4. Hi, As always you've quite an arsenal of products. I've been doing a 90227 and have been wondering on the best approach for the buffers. Like you in the past I've used the Hornby class 67 detailing packs but they are thin on the ground now. Your casting looks a worth replacement, If possible where did you get these from? I like the green door on 90047, before the Bachmann 90 I tarted up an old Hornby model in this guise. Cheers Benjamin
  5. Hi Jerry, I am after some of the Transport for Wales decals, where did you manage to acquire yours from please? Cheers Benjamin
  6. More scenary planning on the layout late night. The less is more approach is definitely being taken. However with all the planning there was the opportunity to run a few trains. The Class 90 being Squirrel Rail respray of this Parish and a lovely job it sits well on the Virgin service.
  7. Thanks for the comments PC re the Mainline Class 90, As soon as we have the opportunity to get the layout up again, even though it is slightly out of period I'll make sure I get a happy snap of it running. Even the garage layout has been Americanised at the moment so there is not a great deal of opportunity to run much.
  8. Hi, Are you using foxes orange band for the GNER 90? If so are you having to cobble the number together from a 91 numbering sheet? Cheers Benjamin
  9. Good Morning, The GNER ones looks great Jerry, looking forward to seeing them complete. Ben
  10. The final update for this evening. Another project for Weaver Hill is a GC Class 90 complete with stock. The MK4 have had the base coat of black along with the correct windows blanked off and are awaiting their organge strip. In the meantime the Class 90 is all finished. It is gutting we shall never see this service come to fruition however maybe we shall see something come of the proposed Stirling service.
  11. Also another project that's being worked on is Norton Bridge Signalbox. This was a laser cut by Phil Moreton. It's still in the early stages of painting but at the end it should look impressive.
  12. Good Evening, There has been very little modelling going on at the moment and the layout is unfortunately still in storage. However we shall be attending Alsager Model Railway Exhibition at the end of the year if everything goes to plan. Anyway a project I've been working on is concerning a swallow class 90 into an executive one. It's not to shabby and should look the part on the sleeper or Manchester Pullman when we run the layout backdated. It looks like Waterman has seen the Weaver Hill and extended it for the Chester Cathedral layout, I'll be looking f
  13. Hi Jerry, That sounds like the service. Well if it was at Man Pic I'd say so. It was where my brother and I jumped on it for a run to Brum. An enjoyable day. Cheers Ben
  14. Hi, Is the EWS 90 and ex-anglia FO destined for the hired in XC set that used to work the Manchester - Birmingham service. If so I remember going on it when it was like that but hardly ever see any photos with the Anglia mk2 in it. Ben
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