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  1. As was suggested on the Hornby SECR H class thread, I've opened this topic for pre-grouping fans to identify ways to use RTR models as the base for back-dating them more accurately than a livery scheme to pre-grouping conditions. I have noticed many RMwebbers observe that the RTR models built to accurately reflect a prototype either 'as preserved' or 'as during their BR service' may contain many inaccuracies that a simple pre-grouping livery application does not produce a high-fidelity representation of prototypes as they appeared before 1924. Recent examples of this kind of discussion occurred for the Bachmann E4 in LB&SCR umber and have begun on the newly announced Hornby SECR H class. There were many such discussions on the Adams Radial tank as well. This thread is intended as a place for such discussion. I thought it was a good idea. We'll see if it works out.
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