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  1. #21
    Excellent stuff Kieran
    Bigger is Better(But there are many exceptions!)


    Harry

  2. #22
    Very nice Kieran,the detail is excellent

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by popeye View Post
    Can i ask where do you get the etched primer and do you spray it on?
    I just use Halfords etched primer spray and leave it for a few days to allow it to fully dry.

  4. #24
    lovely piece of work Kieran,well done TDR
    Do it yourself brain surgery can be mind numbing

  5. #25
    The build is almost finished but I am still running it on DC to sort out glitches before adding a decoder.






  6. #26
    Smashing job Kieran. Be interested to see how you install the DCC decoder!
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  7. #27
    Lovely build Kieran,your steam fleet must be catching up with your diesel fleet!

  8. #28
    Kirley

    That's cool it looks amazing

    I have this project in mind also, I have a Fouler F4 to do the same thing but cant bring myself with a knife to do it- the F4 is cool itself!

    Eoin
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  9. #29
    Fran, the decoder is going in the Tender, a plasticard box already prepared for it.


  10. #30
    Very nice! What way did you do the pick-ups?
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