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Discussion in 'G1/32' started by Simon, 9 November 2011.
Is it me of is Simon looking like Clarkson with glasses?
Oh gawd, don't you start.....
He's much taller than me and drives fast cars
Back to the trains!
Steve's already shown it, but here is another view of that lovely B4 tank built by by the late Harry Dumas.
Here is Derek's BR brake van, built by Dave Walker from an etch that isn't generally available, although I think Steve Cook has managed to get hold of one.
And finally Cliff Barker takes great delight in pointing out that the finescale 1/32 trucks are sitting on non-finescale code 200 track
That's all folks!
Link not working...boo...
Pleasure, and likewise Easy run back for me thanks, not as exciting as your by the sounds of it...speeding, in your tank, was that downhill with a tailwind then I almost want to say good effort, but better hadn't....
Excellent - I've finished filling and soldering on the second EM point, painted the first and given up arguing with the cosmetic tiebars on the third. Currently finishing the mechanical stripping of Doddle, a bath in Nitromors beckons next....motivating this live steam stuff ...or is it prolonged meths inhalation
What, who, me, never Its in the 'to do' pile, otherwise known as my pile of brass, to be paired up with my Class 22 and five or six ballast wagons I haven't built yet....
Sorry about duff link, I have re-done it.
Sounds like a day of good progress in Northamptonshire
Is it a Connoisseur etch blown up?
Nice to catch up with you again Simon, and what a cracking display highlighting what is possible in 1/32nd scale.
I find pictures of Steve's weathering quite inspirational and it was a pleasure to meet him and talk weathering for a while - lots to remember and put into practice. So, tonight I have made the first tentative steps in weathering the Loriot / Lowmac WE. I hope what I've done so far will look OK in the cold light of day.
Stoneleigh was definitely a good day out.
By your own admission, we beg to differ.....
You can't get away with anything on this Forum...!!!
Update on the half built pair of Britannias featured in this old thread. Here are some close-ups of the finished locos:
Those are remarkable - superb models.