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popeye last won the day on August 17 2019

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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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  1. Looks like a good match.
  2. Do you put the corridor connector back on? and if so, that would cover the dayglo orange.
  3. Looks really neat, for your first go with the air brush it turned out well. I'm doing some myself but I will just use the rattle cans for convenience and see how it goes.
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    Modern technology, every year there are improvements in quality. Imagine what it will be like in 5 years.
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    Would you consider printing the wagon bodies? Or other wagons like open plank wagons.
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    Could the underframe not be printed too? And, is there a need for a compensated chassis as most 4 wheel wagon models don't have them?
  7. Yes, but ripped the side rail off in the process.
  8. They look great and as good as something you would buy. I'm doing some myself, just got the transfers yesterday. How did you do the white stripes?
  9. It's all coming together now, love the Morris vans.
  10. Nicely done, but images look a little misty, is your lens clean?
  11. Super job and the colour looks great.
  12. Some of the loco's have the white line, did they all have that first and then later repainted without it?
  13. Beautiful model and thanks for the pictures of the building process.
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