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About Weshty

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    Guitar, piano, golf, model design, photography, cycling, film.

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  1. Gents All in whitemetal. My k15 kits are supplied with gnr bogies
  2. Yes indeed, the irish "Commonwealth" is a much different creature than the UK version. I will be releasing this in the new year in a comprehensive mould set for a Laminate / Park Royal / 50's Bredin. Bogies Battery Box Buffers Gangway etc.
  3. Popeye's Workbench

    Absolutely lovely and perfect in every way. Industrial Light & Magic pre-CGI would hire you on the spot. Love the weathering and precision of all the little details.
  4. Brighton show, 25% Irish Broad gauge

    Very, very sharp intake of breath there..... Almost all SSM Locos, coaches and freight are suitable for 21mm.
  5. POSSIBLE FUTURE MODEL BY IRM?

    Biddy White Lennon. God bless her.
  6. POSSIBLE FUTURE MODEL BY IRM?

    Mandarin or Cantonese? Get up the yard. love it!
  7. Blue Cravens coaches

    Thanks for the interest lads, this is a definite runner so. Detailing will be a mixture of etched and separates (particularly for the door hinges).
  8. Double and Tapered flywheels. That's looking after the customer well.
  9. Blue Cravens coaches

    Hi all, I am giving serious consideration to designing a MK1 BR genny kit to be used with a Bachmann BCK donor. It will provide all the requisite detail. Brass etched sides, underframe fuel tank, roof mounted exhaust and air intake modules, water feed opes, as well as transfers for both versions. I'm using the Bach donor as it has superb roof detail that matches very closely to the CIE prototype. Expected cost will be c.€25. Sound interesting?
  10. Galgorm Hall

    That is a classy looking labour of love.
  11. Thanks for your interest folks. Here is the nickel-silver part of the pack.
  12. Gents, I have nickle silver etches available to do the ventilated windows, nameplates, celtic motif and to kitbash the observation carriage rear windows, as well as a decal pack for the other detail. Drop me a line if interested.
  13. IRM Cement Bubble Latest News

    Ahh now!
  14. Bantry Town Station 1950's

    Oh that is lovely.
  15. IRM Cement Bubble Latest News

    To quote Mater, "that's funny right there!". The question is, who's he hiding from?
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