The T.P.&K Railway

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chris stockdale
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Re: The T.P.&K Railway

Postby chris stockdale » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:43 pm

Hi Geoff,

Well, you don’t seem to downcast about being made redundant so one way or another (i.e. new job or modelling time) I hope the future is bright.

Your Emett creations certainly make me smile. Here’s hoping you might at least do a bit more track, scenery, buildings or whatever to set them off still more.

Cheers,

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Re: The T.P.&K Railway

Postby Gnu Bee » Sat Sep 15, 2018 2:53 pm

Following the previous post I am now working on a freelance basis so I am mostly at home. So maybe a layout will appear soon. There are lots of designs on paper for a Cameo type probably exhibition layout.

Here is my latest Smallbrook kit, dry run before primer coat. This has been on my workbench since January (I got it for Christmas). There are a lot more details to fit after painting.
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