:hismiley: and a warm :welcome: Alan to the forum.
Very nice Brian, I will look forward to seeing your progress.
Why does my railway room not look as tidy as yours :scratchchin::avatar:
Great pictures Keith.
Bit warmer here Bob, hoping to get a run on Ralph’s this week if the rain clouds stay away. I’m sure 1803 liked the sun on her tanks :avatar:
So here’s my attempt using Gary’s method. Picture shows before and after, same model from Dapol.
3A19E2EE-97F6-48D2-8B40-B66825DA5B33 by Kimbo...
Well yes your right, It not called “The Black Country “ for nothing.
The Black Country museum there, has the canal dock display with...
Thanks Bob, the model is from ACE trains.
I’ve changed the wheels and re gauged the...
9F running session today with a bit of freight, and yes there is a crew fitted in the cab, but I think I’m going to change them to crew figures...
“Bracebridge” (o gauge)
Roger helped me out a great deal with drawings, photos and information, so it seemed only fitting that he should choose the running number for...
After rubbing down the model and then spraying an undercoat I used a rattle can to spray the model, but the end result was not to good. Most of...
Well worth looking at.
Well Gary, thanks to your Facebook post on brushes from spotlight, I’ve now got a few fine brushes for painting my figures. :thumbs:
Yes I would agree with you, I have 20 Lion Heart & Dapol mineral wagons now, 17 wagon plus a brake van is really my limit in the storage siding,...