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Ian Fisher

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  1. Bet its all that steam punk stuff that has put them in profit. or Airfix! just try and buy a kit of late! Military modelling is a little bit more table top, I have invested in a few aircraft principally with the lack of rail shows my bits buying has shrunk. Compare military traders they have grasped e commerce.
  2. ditto... I had a very privileged but brief opportunity two years ago of working in Loram. Caroline was a favorite..
  3. I bet you are the best of the best with an airbrush.
  4. Not sure how you can tell from a cad what the spec is of a flange...
  5. They had one of Footballs longest serving managers if not the longest for many years (33) By trade a window cleaner it was joked he would take advice from many of his clients in the Crosby area, area with many Merseyside based footballers calling the Crosby home....
  6. I read somewhere very recently that someone said these are ex Airfix.. Odd that they they had existed without a release and for the only addition Hornby would make is the door lights! not having the option to just alter the tools!
  7. The Sleepers are I guess being released to make up the test trains as in the pics above.
  8. Can you explain about the "full retool" please
  9. more info coaching stock on ever annually... https://daverowland.smugmug.com/Platform5-Railway-Books
  10. I reckon the loco book was published twice a year, the others annually
  11. A mate who started on the railway with the LMS ended his career in Liverpool Lime Street's top link. He was one for a laugh too. A younger driver having done an inspection of his DVT and felt his DVT was missing a pantograph! report it then lad....to which the fitter then bent the younger drivers ear.. Jimmy, driving himself kicking back in his cab doing a ton going down working, was then greeted by a steward with a full brekkie. Imagine the surprise having worked on your own for twenty years, his comment "I almost s*te myself" but the brekkie was good.
  12. I beg to differ. A Mark 3b DVT aint a class 82/1. The model could actually be cheaper to produce as unlike a coach to convey passengers this has no interior to model after a small cab desk.
  13. Simple its a coach. No motor. Technically not a class either its number range falls within tops for npcs.
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