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Discussion in '2mm Lounge' started by john lewsey, 2 February 2015.
Just pottering about
You've been busy, that has the makings of a descent sized rake. Keep em com in'
John, the cut of minerals... are they all the same? I ask because one looks like a Chas Rbts slope side and that would be a nice wee beastie in any scale.
I do likes me a bit of steel mineral wagon action. Nice work Mr L
Hi Graham I think it's just the photo that makes it look that way although a couple of slope sided ones will shortly be on their way to me I need two trains of 25 wagons
This is my first 2mm loco kit an LNWR beames 0-8-4 tank its a reduced Brassmasters kit
I had a drawing for one of these and I planned to scratch build one many moons ago but then I realised that Gladiator did a kit so there much point in scratch building one.
Hi rob yes I have one of those also I did think of putting a photo of them side by side
Hi John I like most Brassmasters kits (i'm building two 4mm kits now) but I could never build any-thing in 2mm I would never see them. I hope you can come to the S7 meet in Sotwell in April so I can say hello again.
Hi Len hope your well I'm looking forward to seeing your build I know your an LMS man so here is a photo of the jubilee tender I was making until I dropped it I have a chassis kit for the farish loco body
Almost time for the beames 0-8-4 tank I'm looking forward to this although the main body etch is a reduced Brassmasters kit the chassis is by Nigel Hunt 2mm extraordinaire
Don't you build your 2mm locos with split frames. These days it seems the way to go.
Hi Paul yes we do when I start I'll show how I do it
Thanks John, I shall look forward to it. It seems that 2mm is becoming popular here.