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MartinWales

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    Sunny Snowdonia
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    EM gauge in the post steam, pre TOPS era circa 1968, EM Cambrian circa 1912, S ScaIe BR circa 1954, 3mm Finescale WR in North WaIes circa 1958, Wagon building and detailing-Diesels and DMU's Hill walking near the WAG secret lair in Snowdonia whilst drinking the odd pint of Real Ale and listening to Ska/R&B. Now where's that Parkside kit?

    Director and Chief Steward, York Model Railway Show
    Exhibition Manager, Expo EM North

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  1. He has plenty more at similar prices!!!
  2. Certainly, it's listed on their website, my apologies as it appears the link did'nt work.
  3. Nah!! It's 'Winter White' livery.....
  4. Indeed! And eagerly awaited too!!
  5. Notice that the excellent Hazel Grove show is another casualty
  6. Indeed! He also has a presence on Facebook, and was dropping hints as to what may become available in the future!!
  7. Still feels nice and minimalist though! Nothing to stop you making it modular maybe?
  8. More like Ian Futers' later 7mm Otterburn plan I think!
  9. Plenty out there! Just picked up some on this very Forum to finish some old 3H oddments I have had for some years. They did also supply it as an underframe only too
  10. Predictive texting at its best!!!
  11. Bauxite would, generally, have been applied to fitted vehicles. Grey would denote that the vehicle was unfitted White would be generally applied to insulated (ie Meat) of Fish Vans, the alternative livery being ice blue
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