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About popeye

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    I model Irish Railways CIE & GNRI From 1960's to 1990's.Some are kits & others are bought and kitbashed. some are made from scratch. All rolling stock is wheathered which i think makes all the difference & realistic.I love to see other peoples work & i know how many hours it takes, but it's worth it.

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    Railways, photography, art.

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  1. Jason's Workbench

    They both look very nice and well put together. But they will need a bit of dirt.
  2. barrow street

    OMG beautiful buildings and great realism. the best urban railway I've ever seen.
  3. Popeye's Workbench

    Thanks lads for all your nice comments. Noel the brass is ok to work with if you have a good hot poker.
  4. Glover's workbench

    That's a fine looking coach, well done.
  5. Popeye's Workbench

    Studio scale models 42 FT Flat wagon. I had a go at building the 42 FT brass flat wagon and i soldered it to give it more strength. There were a few modification made but just small things. I put in plastic blocks for the bogie screws to go into so no nut would be needed. It is pained in a new condition but it will be lightly weathered. So here are a few pictures to look at.
  6. barrow street

    That's very nice, did you build it yourself ?
  7. CIE Locomotive Grey specification

    I was going to ask about the smoke box colour but that answers that.
  8. CIE Locomotive Grey specification

    I took some pictures a while back. Here are two that show the grey colour.
  9. I wonder could they do my patio.
  10. Amazing film, the crane is great and the drone shots give a great birds eye view.
  11. Kingsbridge - paint shop

    They look great, you have got the weathering mastered.
  12. Kingsbridge - paint shop

    They are very close. Do they not rub against each other? But they do look more correct.
  13. David's Workbench

    The grass looks great, very natural.
  14. Kingsbridge - workbench

    You will make a good job of it i'm sure.
  15. Accurascale

    Good luck with these, they look great, very well done.
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