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Nelson Jackson

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  1. Already hit my first annoyance, why can are these highlighted in red and not allowing me to un tick the box for receiving emails, I can see it become rather annoying when my email is going to be constantly filled with PM emails, tried the unsubscribe button at the bottom and it brought me to the same result. On the plus side tho! What a mega improvement to the uploading of photos!!
  2. I think it's looking rather well! The preview feature of the PMs is rather helpful!
  3. Thank you for taking the time to photograpgh everything Kirley! It's coming along well! Do you recommend however that those of us who bought the kit message Alan, to see if we can get the revised etched parts?
  4. Good to see a start being made, and it's looking well! I am a bit suprised however to see you had to cut into the etch as its meant to be "designed" for the RTR chassis, ah well. Happy new year to you, and everyone else!
  5. I just ordered a few kits, and the service was flawless! Nothing to complain about.
  6. This website (which is really very good) should be able to help you, http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/Review.aspx?id=542
  7. Here is someone's weathered U class, looks pretty well. http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/138795-gmrc-the-railway-children/?p=3345916
  8. Excellent video and very enjoyable! Who owns the UG class btw? And is it weathered?
  9. Thank you for creating the list Kirely, very helpful. Today I came across this thread, albeit in 2mm it did help me grasp how things should hopefully go together, http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/128847-fowler-2-6-4t-in-2mm-finescale/?p=2955155 Also, apparently the Worley works kit was spotted at the scalefour exhibition, so wonder if anyone took any photos?
  10. Here's pictures of the etches, one thing that surprised me were the rivets. I thought these would have been left to the modeller to punch out with dimples on the back for their location. Nelson
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