Denton Brook 7mm light industrial

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  1. giles

    giles Full Member

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    I'm so sorry for my absence- I shall try to do better!!!

    The Garrett was a nightmare to build, as it is not a good kit - but has eventually turned out to be my favourite loco!

    I've been doing a lot of experimenting over the last year or so - particularly with 4mm, purely to see if I can get the same performance out of the smaller scale. No see too many small vehicles racing round like insects.... I started off with Bedford TK, and then did an artic, a six-legger (with both rear axles driven) and finally a Landrover.



     
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    I also completed a 7mm scale Austin 7



    And a couple of tipper lorries - one a Bedford TK and the other a Ford Thames

     
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    I have also scratchbuilt a working conveyor (making the belt was fun!)



    And most lately, a 7mm forklift.

     
  4. Andy_Sollis

    Andy_Sollis Staff Member Moderator

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    but.... how... wow!!! In 4mm...:tophat::tophat::tophat::tophat::tophat:

    now that’s phenomenal !!
     
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    ianvolvo46 Staff Member Moderator

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    :faint::faint::faint::faint:nuff said

    Ian vt
     
  6. Chris Doroszenko

    Chris Doroszenko Lost in the spare room Full Member

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    Hats off to you mate...one of the most suspensefull operating sessions I have witnessed :eek: :giggle:you have an amazing eye for detail...this is one of the best lil masterpeices I have seen in a while.:tophat::tophat:
    Thanks for sharing.
     

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