Nothing wrong with Peco setrack :avatar:
Hi Kim I’m sure they can mate, I’m still in love with Braille scale:avatar:
These are beautiful engine and at an affordable price.:thumbup:
Hi Toto I’m enjoying following your WWll build, the wall castings are very nicely done. I look forward to seeing more of your build.:thumbs:
Thanks Kim, I’m going to add a few gorse bushes today and start the weathering.;)
Pete thanks for your kind words and comments. It’s great to be modelling once again.:thumbup:
Thanks for your kind comments Toto.:thumbup:
Hi I have been quiet on the forum as late due to an unforeseen death in the family. It’s been hard to get motivated in some sort or modelling but...
Hi Toto I’m going to have a go as I have a Slaters OO gauge open wagon kit I have just started to build.:thumbup:
Great Job Yorkie and a lovely portrait shot.:thumbs:
Nice neat work Paul.
This will be a great help, I’m looking to start building the fruit van next week but will be taking my time so it’s right.
Lovely modelling Rob, the coal guard looks great.
As always Rob beautiful work on your fruit van build. The painting and your weathering technique is just brilliant.:thumbs::tophat:
Thanks Guys I’m going to place an order at squires.
Yorkie this will be of interest to me as I have just received a Parkside Dundas 7mm wagon kit. LNER 12 ton fruit van.
I will definitely be looking at your O gauge wagon kits.
With me moving over to O gauge wagon kit building, I will still be making a couple of OO gauge wagons just to get the feel of building.
Hi Kimbo I’m looking forward to O gauge modelling.:thumbs:
Thanks Rob for the reply most helpful mate:thumbup: