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  1. I’ve always been impressed with your seemingly large collection of locos, have you ever counted how many you have?
  2. Thanks Adrian I must confess that I was tempted to throw in a ballast shovel and rake They’re not glued in place
  3. So how does he keep his fleece neat and tidy?....oops I thought that said hairbrush
  4. I never thought about bulldog clips as clamps, I’ll have to raid the stationary cupboard at work tomorrow It’s looking really good so far
  5. I’m looking forward to this taking shape, good work so far
  6. Thanks Al I’m certainly getting braver and braver especially when it comes to weathering but I’ve got a very long way to go before it’s anywhere near as good as @NHY 581’s weathering
  7. Yes it makes it much easier especially when spraying or airbrushing because I can move it around in all directions without having to touch it (I’m terrible for touching wet paint) Prior to this I use to use bluetac on the end of a stick but it wasn’t very reliable, especially when you turn it upside down and gravity overcomes the bluetac
  8. I’ve settled for this No going back now because it’s glued in place
  9. I’ve tried to find a photo but I have been unsuccessful in finding one. I’ll probably end up doing my own thing and finding out it’s wrong afterwards when it’s too late.....that’s what usually happens
  10. Should I put more ballast in like this?
  11. Thanks Adrian I assume you mean when being moved in the real world and not on a layout? Although I’ve fitted couplings and it is capable of being moved about the layout I’m planning on it being stationary in a siding with the crane Chris
  12. Do you think an upturned wheel barrow and a few tools thrown in would be too much?
  13. My initial reaction was actually speechless but a blank reply would have looked odd It looks fantastic
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