Here we go with a few more latest pics on this build and a few things to watch out for if anyone intends to put this Transport Age kit together. First pointer start with building the footplate and use one of the mainframes as a template to get the drop down angle to the buffers correct, second pointer concerns the truck frames, the instructions only show using one A frame in this part of the build but use twp frames laminated together for strength... there are four A frames in total on the etches. Then you can build the frames up and wheel them to check for the correct buffer line ride height. Next to holding down box containing the 8BA captive nut located underneath the lower footplate slope needs to be reduced by 2mm all round otherwise the body will stand proud from the frames. I also packed up the screw using a couple of suitable size washers, this avoids having to shorten the thread length and makes for a nice solid fit. Third pointer is dry fit the firebox first, I scribed a centre line on both firebox back face and the spectacle plate wall then drilled through to accept an 8BA nut and bolt to set the alignment correctly, then I bent the lower edge of the firebox back carrier with a small lip which fitted over the footplate body. DO NOT SOLDER AT THIS STAGE. Then add the boiler and smokebox, align correctly so that the chimney is perpendicular and TACK solder the whole assembly in place starting with the firebox lip then the underside of the boiler to the whitemetal firebox front casting and finally the smokebox to the saddle on the underside. Checking for level and straightness all the time. Note that I'm not so bothered with solder blobs underneath, the main thing it to keep everything nice and straight and aligned properly. Finally fit the sub assemblies together and check all is good. At this stage I still have not soldered in the cylinder assembly yet because I need to make up the slidebar and cross head units and also the radius rod return crank assemblies which need to be away from the frames. Also the brake rigging needs to be fitted and it is easier to remove the forward driving wheels with the cylinder assembly away. Also note I have not made up the bunker portion because I need to make a template of the cab roof profile first in order to make a wooden former to bend the roof profile to. Now the safety valves can be added as the boiler is fitted now along with the rest of the fittings to dress the body.