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It’s not often that a direct comparison is possible between the three different scales in our ‘size’.  However, for some time I have had the 1:148 Dapol A3 and Denys Brownlee’s 1:152 A1 to compare.  This weekend, a 1:160 Hachette static Flying Scotsman was weathered and made a little less crude.  Putting them all together, the differences in size are immediately apparent to the eye, less so to the phone camera which builds in significant distortion. 

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The small A1 may well end up tucked in next to the Midland Roundhouse on the light engine road on CF, behind York Road viaduct. 
 

Tim

 

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