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Mozzer
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Hello from Mozzer

Postby Mozzer » Fri Aug 05, 2011 9:00 am

Hi Some of you may know me from CRM or RMweb there i am Mozzer models
What can i say about myself
Been modeling longer than i can remember. I worked with Big Fireworks till 2000 The display side Nice job playing with then all over the world.
2002 worked in the infamous Greenfield Model railway shop for Norman Wisenden till 2005 when he sold the shop I then started my own Model Business Mozzer Models building mostley 4mm coaches with some 7mm to order
I have modeled most scales
N gauge, 4mm 7mm standard gauge
OO9, O16.5, On30 & 16mm to the foot on 32mm track
at the mo my mane layout is the CRM On30 modules with Forks Trestle
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102_2943 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

BUt i have liked Gn15 for a bit now & with the Ikea APA modules this will help me make a start
suffering from M.E/CFS since 2007

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Postby Blackcloud Railways » Fri Aug 05, 2011 9:06 am

Good morning Brian.

Just as the Ferrocarril Internacional was a good way of getting started in On30, so the APA boxes are an excellent way of getting into Gn15 without the initial commitment to going solo.

Should I being getting in touch with the lads at Rainhill to book some tables for March? :lol:

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Steve Bennett
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Postby Steve Bennett » Fri Aug 05, 2011 12:36 pm

Welcome aboard, I guess thats another module being built up there in the northwest :lol:
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Mozzer
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Postby Mozzer » Fri Aug 05, 2011 12:43 pm

Steve Bennett wrote:Welcome aboard, I guess thats another module being built up there in the northwest :lol:

not northwest as i am in Yorkshire :D but yes i am off to pick up a APA next tuesday
suffering from M.E/CFS since 2007

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Steve Bennett
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Postby Steve Bennett » Fri Aug 05, 2011 12:58 pm

Mozzer wrote:not northwest as i am in Yorkshire :D but yes i am off to pick up a APA next tuesday

:oops: OOP's wrong side of the hills :D
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Trevor Coburn
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Postby Trevor Coburn » Fri Aug 05, 2011 5:28 pm

Welcome Mozzer, I guess you'll like it in here?

Looking forward to seeing some pics of your efforts!
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