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JasonB

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  1. Yes gm, they're from SSM. A quick blast of a rattle can, pop the filter in, and they're ready to go.
  2. They do David. As you say, they are small details, but they make such a big difference come the end. Cheers Noel, that's very much appreciated.
  3. One final pic which I missed at the beginning. This shows some detailing added to the rear of what is the last wagon in the rake.
  4. Cheers popeye. It's a combination of removing the paint and the powders after applying.Then airbrushing another colour on to build up the layers, and repeating the process. Its quite time consuming. I'm glad to see the back of them to be honest. This shot probably explains it better.
  5. Back to a project which I started way back in October 2018. Ever since then, it's been a case of... Do a little, loose interest. Do a little, loose interest. Do a little... you get the idea. Anyway, here's my now weathered Bulk Cement wagons.
  6. According to Mark's Models June newsletter, which I recieved today. They are planning to reopen both Dublin stores on Monday the 8th of June, and Cork on the 9th.
  7. I notice they're fairly close to Fitzgerald's. It was always handy back in the day, when you could nip across to the atm when indulging in the local watering hole.
  8. Love the 2800 Noel, it was a favourite of mine growing up. Nice paint job. That colour along with the logos really suite the tractor unit.
  9. Not my era of interest. But the layout itself is just top notch. Nothing over complicated, and a perfect example of less definitely being more.
  10. Nice work on the signs. Sometimes the smallest of details make all the difference.
  11. Nice work on the scenics. You've got my favourite Baby GM there carrying the IR livery, 143 with it's day-glo panels. Along with that, Bells and Bubbles. Perfect.
  12. Nice work. Liking those portocabins, Bachmann by any chance?
  13. The bogie bulks look great Noel, a definite favourite of mine. I haven't always been a fan of the 201 class, but I've found myself watching more and more footage of them lately. That combination looks well together.
  14. I wouldn't have much of an interest in British Outline. But I have to admit, there's something about this layout that I really like. I definitely have a soft spot for that Class 20.
  15. Hi Mick, welcome to the site. Unless you're entirely confident in tackling some kit bashing, I'd suggest avoiding it for the time being. Sometimes taking on projects like that can end up costing more in the long run. The ex BR generator van by Silverfox, which Rob has suggested above, is a decent enough model. It can be a little pricey depending on who or where you get it from, so look around before buying. The detail is no way near what you'll get on one of Murphy's Cravens, but it does the job, and looks well behind an 071.
  16. Something from the 90's, great start to the thread Noel. I do like my vehicles, especially when connected in some way to the railways. I'll be following this with interest
  17. Package recieved today...
  18. That's some progress, it looks fantastic. Have you slept since Friday?
  19. Tara Junction. Always the go to place for an elusive wagon.
  20. I see the clampers have found another victim.
  21. I wouldn't be a fan of either. But what has the Eurovision, and North Korean propaganda got to do with each other.
  22. The busier the better. Great stuff.
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