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P.C.M last won the day on August 15 2016

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  1. Thanks for that. I will see how I go but I am thinking of using ash from the wood heater. I am not sure what the colour of fly ash is so I need to find some pics but but I can always add some darker tint. Cheers Peter.
  2. The layouts looking great John, hope the running session goes well. Cheers Peter.
  3. Thanks for that. I will try and get a pack. Cheers Peter.
  4. I was planning on getting the Inter - City one but the thick orange line is no good to me hopefully they will fix it on later releases if there are any. Cheers Peter.
  5. As far as I know the fly ash workings out to llandudno Junction finished in about 1983. I have imagined it ran until 1986. If it did it might have had a class 58 vice class 56 now and then. 58s did work out on the coast on driver training runs in the mid 80s. I need to get some loads sorted for these wagons does anyone know the part number for the parkside loads. These are the old type Hornby MGR. Cheers Peter.
  6. Thanks Al, A useful tip re fitting the wheels. I will look into getting some of those buffers and wheels, I didn't notice any buffer housings when i opened up the kit but I am happy to get the ones you suggest as they look spot on. Cheers Peter.
  7. Hi Al, I have a couple of Skytrex TTAs to do can I ask who's buffers and wheels you use. Cheers Peter.
  8. The loads do come out fairly easy, I did some for my Seacow wagons and they don't come out very well so a magnet would have been a good idea. Cheers Peter.
  9. I made my loads removable using platicard for the base.
  10. They look good Ian, I have a couple to do myself. Who's wheels and buffers did you use? Cheers Peter.
  11. Thanks Ian, I will have a look. Cheers Peter
  12. A couple of class 20s have just set back into the yard with the daily oil train from stanlow.
  13. Hi Andy, I have always liked your backscenes but these latest ones with the road going off in the distance are superb. Well done mate. Cheers Peter.
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