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    CIE Bulleid 12T Goods Van and Flat Wagon

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    Lovely looking wagons, very nicely done.

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    Completed painting and just the decals to do.

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    What a difference the painting made, they look class, can I ask what shade of brown you used
    And type of paint ( enamel or acrylic ). really nice looking wagons, must make a start on mine.

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    Very nice.
    I love those flat wagons.
    ENNISCORTHYMAN

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    They look the part, hope the hand brakes are on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John-r View Post
    can I ask what shade of brown you used
    And type of paint ( enamel or acrylic ). really nice looking wagons, must make a start on mine.
    John I used Halfords Red Primer and before the second coat dried it got a spray of Halfords grey primer from a good distance to take the edge off it. The roofs were done in same Grey primer and then a light spray of Railmatch roof dirt. I used the Railmatch on the floors of the Flats and used a cotton bud to wipe most of it off before it dried. All easy options rather than use the airbrush, I hate the whole cleaning process, 5 sec spray to 5 mins cleaning.

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    Thanks for getting back about the paints Kieran, that does seem an easier option
    Than cleaning airbrushs for a small job and just as effective .
    Hope to maybe meet you at Bangor show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirley View Post
    All easy options rather than use the airbrush, I hate the whole cleaning process, 5 sec spray to 5 mins cleaning.
    Oh lordy lordy yes.

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