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13 minutes ago, Stubby47 said:

They're obviously Pygmy cattle, bred specially in the wild reaches of Oxfordshire for the exclusive use of the Colonel.

 

It's not called Little Muddle for nothing...

Ah, the farkarwe breed...

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7 minutes ago, KNP said:

Just an old Pannier (without a lamp)!!!!! passing by.

 

Why does it need a lamp in broad daylight?

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2 hours ago, KNP said:

Just an old Pannier (without a lamp)!!!!! passing by.

 

Old Pannier, new Pannier I don't mind because its still a Pannier ! :good_mini:

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7 hours ago, KNP said:

Sorted, even though the sun is shining....!

 

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No need to go mad, how many does it need to see in broad daylight? :D

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They certainly have a lot of sheep movements at Little Muddle. :-)

 

Lovely as ever @KNP

 

 

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3 hours ago, KNP said:

Early start today with a mixed goods crossing over the main line onto the branch heading towards Little Muddle

 

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I just can't believe that our host was so cruel as to not give them little windows so these poor tiny little West Welsh Miniature Cows couldn't look outside. What is he - prejudiced or something, what have these faithful little creatures done to deserve such abhorrent travelling conditions? Certainly a tiny little West Welsh Miniature Cow is not a really suitable lap dweller like a cat, nor do they curl up up on a rug in front of the fire in a very cute and picturesque way, and, admittedly, they really haven't actually ever mastered the concept of a litter tray but don't they also deserve some concern and affection.

 

We #tiny teeny cows demand action!!!!!! :nono:

 

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I have a funny feeling that I need to put some cows in my third wagon to placate all these adverse comments...

 

Not sure if I have any left??

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1 hour ago, Neal Ball said:

They certainly have a lot of sheep movements at Little Muddle. :-)

 

Lovely as ever @KNP

 

 

Oh dear - has he modelled THAT as well?

 

And I bet it's far more convincing than my cow pats.

 

TONY

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I once lost my flat cap in a field cows.....

I tried on four before I found it!!!!

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Lovely.

 

Al.

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Posted (edited)

What a brilliant cameo,

 

 

Plod: Hello Mr Jones, How is your business, are you expanding?

 

Mr Jones: Yes. We have branches everywhere!

 

 

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20 hours ago, KNP said:

I once lost my flat cap in a field cows.....

I tried on four before I found it!!!!

Took me a couple of reads to understand that because for some reason I read it as Cat Flap and was picturing you trying one for size. 

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20 hours ago, KNP said:

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Mr Jones: why do they call it the Secret Service when everyone knows about it?

 

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That bicycle the policeman is pushing looks most impressive. Can you please tell me who makes it?

Every 4mm scale bicycle I have seen is frankly, rubbish!

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Posted (edited)

Have just come across this US-based firm. Have enquired if they can print in 1:76 scale.

 

https://miniprints.ca/

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8 minutes ago, Stubby47 said:

Have just come across this US-based firm. Have enquired if they can print in 1:76 scale.

 

https://miniprints.ca/

Very impressive but look quite expensive when you add postage, taxes etc.

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16 minutes ago, MrWolf said:

That bicycle the policeman is pushing looks most impressive. Can you please tell me who makes it?

Every 4mm scale bicycle I have seen is frankly, rubbish!

Roxey Mouldings.

Brass and they also made the butchers bike as well.

Lovely models but you need patience....!

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33 minutes ago, KNP said:

Lovely models but you need patience....!

Be no good to me then.

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