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Noel

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About Noel

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    Gro├čadmiral Yachtmaster

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    Planes, Trains and Boats (++bicycles, --cars).

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    Marine, Equestrian

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    Retired company director
  1. Fitting hand rails to a loco body

    Super photo of an amazing place. Sailed through it many times. Nice loco too. Sorry can't help but interested in the answers you get.
  2. Karl's Workbench

    Well done Karl. IR ICR looks the biz. Your son will be getting a worthy Christmas present crafted by a fathers love. He could bring it with him for a trip on a 22k. In decades to come when he's a young man it may become a treasured memory from his childhood.
  3. Tara Junction.

    Amazerballs Wunderbar. I love this layout and it's fabulous life like scenes of real activity
  4. Kingsbridge - workbench

    Thanks for the kind and encouraging comments guys. Feeling somewhat humbled given the quarter from whence the comments came. While waiting for decals and some detailing parts for the GSV . . . Next project are some 20ft skeletal container wagon kits for my C-Rail 20ft Bell containers. 3D bogies with some white metal detailing bits. Surfaces being 3D a little 'toothpaste' but judicious primer will help that and you won't even notice when they are under the Bell's. The 3D bodies have NEM coupling pockets at the correct height. Bodies are dead square and flat with no warping. I added two small vertical container pins to each wagon to keep the containers in place. I have four standard holes in the base of my C-Rail containers so they can be mounted on the wagon in either direction and I will have the option to run with or without the containers. Primed in new'ish spray booth as it's too cold and damp to air brush outside in the shed this time of year. Will spray these bauxite later. The kits were supplied by IFM and I'm very happy with them, quick and easy to assemble with minimal fettling, filing or tidy up needed. The kits came with wheels, couplings and transfers.
  5. LIMA Murphy Models

    Congrats and thanks Dave on completing the image restoration of this "wunder" thread. It's right up there for the best thread on the forum.
  6. enniscorthymans workbench

    Very nice Eamonn.
  7. Galgorm Hall

    Very effective and resourceful. The flashing looks superb.
  8. 21mm gauge track; the pros and cons?

    Classic JB J15s = yummie
  9. Galgorm Hall

    Looking really well Paul. Wonderful building. How did you do the ridge tiles?
  10. 21mm gauge track; the pros and cons?

    If of any use. Peco code 100 side on. Side on with rolling stock.
  11. 21mm gauge track; the pros and cons?

    Good questions JB. This could be a very informative thread. Will follow with interest. Recently I've also been wondering about a 21mm gauge diorama or even a tiny shunting scene.
  12. Omagh GNRi Station

    Very neat Tony
  13. photobucket

    Agree. Dropbox did something similar. Mind you perhaps we ourselves must also accept putting a little too much trust in "free lunch" internet providers. Thankfully this can't happen again on this forum as copies to all linked photos are now stored here in a cache. So if the external host disappears or indeed album owners accidentally delete or rename albums the resources will never be lost again. Another positive gain for the new forum software. Dave Bracken has almost got the famous 'Lima Murphy Models' thread back. I've managed to transfer my albums from photobucket and relink all my past image posts.
  14. Kingsbridge - workbench

    3 Steps - Lima BR mk1 brake second conversion to CIE GSV BSK 3185
  15. David's Workbench

    Stunning craftsmanship
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