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Nickey Line

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    Cycling, music, football, the natural world, astronomy... oh, and trains.

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  1. Pinking shears Used in tailoring to help prevent fraying.
  2. If you're not comfortable buying online, there's always the phone... or snail mail! At least you'd be able to re-stock?
  3. Couldn't agree more... it's amazing how much easier it seems when it's warm!
  4. The key ID feature for red kites is the deeply forked tail. Buzzard's tails are more fan-shaped.
  5. Well I guess you're someone who should know! I bow to your superior knowledge...
  6. Butanone works well on these parts, much more aggressive.
  7. As far as I'm aware Parkside have always been using ABS for all their chassis, O, OO and N.
  8. A bargain! One assumes you've missed out a "thousand"... A truly marvellous piece of work, museum quality.
  9. That link is for A class tanks, but the B class tank page also has plenty of colour shots... with yellow axle boxes! Don't know how I've missed those previously... very poor! https://paulbartlett.zenfolio.com/essobtankwagonvb Pretty conclusive I think... p.s. time to get the yellow paint out...
  10. Having checked in my copy of Geoff Kent's book, it seems likely that the axle box covers on class A tanks might be yellow, especially when new; however, he sadly fails to mention any colour for the class B...
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