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    Dunstable, Bedfordshire
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    00 Guage UK modelling, Modern Image, Network South East, Heljan Crane, Intermodal Freight Operation.
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  1. Andy when working under my baseboard I have a moulded wooden seat and back as one unit I brought from IKEA , no legs you sit on it as a normal seat and the back holds you upright you can even lean back to look up using your legs as a counterbalance
  2. Best to search the internet still places who will produce cut mdf
  3. Dave just seen there is a new book out called Scotland’s railways in The 1980s and 1990s A snapshot in time. Author Peter J Green
  4. Noting that revolution trains are going to produce the cartic 4 in n gauge I wonder if they will follow up with a 00 gauge model
  5. Merfyn, Tiny HK transits are nice models and have correct wheels just need to get them at the right price
  6. Looks good what did you use for the seats they look very good
  7. I have built a few Sherpa models and have a kingfisher kit for a sherpa minibus to build at some stage
  8. the minibus uses an ABS nose and my own design of etching, need a bit if tweaking to be honest. interior and wheels are a mixture of various components.
  9. latest models bit of a ford transit theme here
  10. Didn’t realise you were planning to take the layout to exhibitions will really be one to look out for
  11. Paul have you tried printing the smaller parts on your resin printer
  12. I have a couple of skips on my layout and over the years as I modify kits and models any little offcuts and unused pieces are put in the skips so over time they fill up with a nice selection of shapes and sizes
  13. Interesting layout one comment is that the fence at the end of platforms should have a gate and set of steps down for passenger escape in an emergency
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