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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Warbonnet View Post
    What way did you do the pick-ups?
    This is my first go and they are a bit uneven but work.


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    That looks very good Kieran, I hope my first attempt at an SSM kit is as good but I need to buy a Bandon tank loco first!

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    This is my first post on this forum and it does my heart good to see a beautiful loco like this, that passed through Omagh many times in its day. I have uploaded a picture of No. 40 arriving in Omagh. Its pure class, well done!Name:  GNR047.jpg
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  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by TonyMcGartland View Post
    This is my first post on this forum and it does my heart good to see a beautiful loco like this, that passed through Omagh many times in its day. I have uploaded a picture of No. 40 arriving in Omagh. Its pure class, well done!Name:  GNR047.jpg
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    Welcome to the forum Tony. I knew Omagh Station very well, living on the Tamlaght Road and spending a lot of time around Railway Terrace and the Dromore Road. Our playground included the closed but still intact Enniskillen line. I always admired your model of Omagh Station.

  5. #35
    Thanks for your post, I'm living on the Tamlaght Road myself now and making plans on building my first layout in many years.

  6. #36
    Welcome to the Forum Tony. Thank you for your comments and looking forward to seeing your layout.
    No.40 today.

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    Kirley, lovely piece of work.

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