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Steve Bennett wrote:
There is an old saying in modelling, it's not what you put in, it's what you leave off, that makes the difference . Maybe there is some truth in that.
martin wrote:There is a career in theatre design waiting for you if you ever need it!
Glen A wrote:Some fantastic detailing ideas there (as usual) Steve. Great for putting in a small gap on any layout.
I don't know any smokers, but those old CD drives and other electronic junk I horde in the garage must have similar spring etc, so thanks for the good ideas, I might just go out and have a rummage
Jon Randall wrote:Which one Steve 2kg is 4.4lb. 1 lb 2 oz is 0.6kg
Jon Randall wrote:Cheers Steve I thought 2 kg was blooming heavy. I'm the opposite I can't work with imperial. I use the bag-of-sugar index. 1kg=2.2lb.
I had to google how many ounces in a pound.
Jon Randall wrote:They should decimalise time next
Jon Randall wrote:Very gnice Steve.
Hve you considered a dual-gauge micro layout to connect Simplicity Sidings to Vanguard Works (Sorry )
ROBBOSTRAINS wrote:Steve,where did the factory wall and the brick walls come from?I thought I had copy of them somewhere but Sods law can't find them!
Wow, so with large degree of added patience, one initial purchase of a box of material could really last a lifetime!Steve Bennett wrote:Remains to be seen if they grow far enough to provide any modelling material, but worth a try.
Alan wrote:Wow, so with large degree of added patience, one initial purchase of a box of material could really last a lifetime!
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