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8 minutes ago, popeye said:

Amazing, You must be glad that's over, it's a lot of hours of your life.

Hi popeye

Yes, I am delighted. I stopped counting the hours about halfway through as that was getting scary, I just concentrated on having fun! well most of the time.

Thanks for your comments & support along the way, and to all others that did the same. Having this thread going at the same time as the build added another dimension to model building, looking forward to showing the work and getting feedback & discussion really helps.

Eoin

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A build of epic proportions! Both enjoyable and enlightening to follow, with all sorts of clever hints and tips along the way. Most of all though, a fabulous model with quality all the way through. Well done. REALLY, well done. Be very proud.

 So, what's next dare we ask?!

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16 minutes ago, David Holman said:

A build of epic proportions! Both enjoyable and enlightening to follow, with all sorts of clever hints and tips along the way. Most of all though, a fabulous model with quality all the way through. Well done. REALLY, well done. Be very proud.

 So, what's next dare we ask?!

Hi David

Thanks, yes its great to get it complete, its been in my head for the last 4 years and its probably going to take some time to get it out! The client will also be delighted.

'What's Next' - I'd like to get back to finishing the development of the 'Hibernia' kit, which features earlier in this thread. I recently conserved the Fry Hibernia model for the new museum in Malahide and now my version is back out of the attic! Though I have a number of jobs that have to be done- Gauge 1 Class 800, Gauge O Class 800, B2 Class 400, GNRi Class 43, CIE D19, Gauge OO Laminates and.......... oh my G,

Eoin

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Truly a master at work, well done, super looking model.

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Eoin,. I have seen some fantastic models built before, however this is simply a class apart, just stunning, and to watch its progress from start to finish.  Well I can say no more, just brilliant

john.

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Thanks guys for your comments and that you followed it along, as I said above- knowing your following it and getting feedback makes the fun even greater....

Eoin.

 

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Just now, Broithe said:

Yeah, you're definitely getting the hang of this now...

Thanks man, and great to have your support to😀

Eoin

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Absolutely superb Eoin! 

(Have the A4 partwork if you fancy losing the rest of your sanity) 

 

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1 hour ago, Warbonnet said:

Absolutely superb Eoin! 

(Have the A4 partwork if you fancy losing the rest of your sanity) 

 

Thanks Fran

I'll come back to you on the A4!!  there is a lot of stuff queued up for the workbench and current stuff to be finished first......

Eoin

 

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3 minutes ago, murrayec said:

Thanks Fran

I'll come back to you on the A4!! 

Oooh!

Will it be live steam?

Image result for a4 skyhawk

Or is that just for the catapult?

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Just had a look at this, stunningly astonishingly good mate !

Like the other fella said tho..would look very well in Blue..! 😁

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