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  1. I’ve got hold of one of these and weathered it for a friend - a nice model I think. Looking forward to getting my own blue example!
  2. They don’t like dogs if you are out walking; quite often the verges along the roadside get trashed by the boar, as well people’s gardens!
  3. The printing on Farish bodyshells can also be a little heavy, especially on liveries with multiple colours printed on. It’s usually worth giving the edges of livery elements a rub down with fine wet and dry to smooth these ‘steps’ between layers. Logos and numbers usually come away with a bit of thinner and a cotton but. The more prep you do, the better your finish will be. If the Halfords paint is primer it might be a bit too Matt to overlay vinyls on. If you have a games workshop near you, they have a range of satin sprays that might be better suited. Maskol is great,
  4. Gorgeous. The sub sector liveries where awesome, and the coal one really striking! Coupled with your usual attention to detail, another stunning model.
  5. A bit more recent, but the model that finally turned my idle curiosity into am serious interest N gauge was the retooled 37. Once I’d seen one of those in the flesh I realised I’d found my scale. There’s something satisfying about holding a finescale replica on the palm of your hand! Such a key item for British diesel modellers whatever era or location you are modelling and streets ahead of the old. We’ve really been spoilt since.
  6. They posted a picture of the green livery sample on Instagram earlier today. So fingers crossed for the rest!
  7. City of Hereford - one I’ve wanted to tackle in N gauge! Your faded red is spot on - as always, inspirational work James.
  8. You have a real flair for capturing the mundane James - proper modelling!
  9. Jo, these look stunning - congratulations on putting together what looks to be a quality catalogue of useful transfers! Can’t wait to see what you come up with next.
  10. Those British steel hoppers look the business! Great work from you as always.
  11. Steve, your workbench is always an inspirational thread and those etches look sublime! I can’t help but notice something big and blue behind the 1:43 scale cars though... Thank you for the noses!l Steve
  12. For the first time I think?
  13. Let’s put it down to wishful thinking!
  14. New run of Dapol dogfish wagons announced, including retool for NEM pockets; http://www.Dapol.co.uk/Catalogue/78/index.html Hurrah!
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