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Pandy wrote: ... The West Midlands was a political invention from 1974 from parts of Staffordshire, Worcestershire & Warwickshire, some of us still don't acknowledge its existance ...
Dallas_M wrote:Well, I was biting my lip and trying not to say anything here for the moment, but good ole Matt (foswaldy) chased me into a corner!
So, Gerald, you and Marc and the others may have more company in 1/35 scale in the future! (Or maybe not, sometimes my danged mind changes when I wasn't even looking.)
We have similar (political) invenstions here on the continent too ...
Brack wrote:did a bit of thinking about 1:55/1:50 a while back for modelling irish raliways. There seemed to be more figures/vehicles around for 1:50, and that way you could get pretty close to 5'3" too, as well as using your 16.5mm for the 3 foot.
at the end of the day, decided I could live with the compromise of 7mm/16.5mm.
Fr. Tavernier wrote:Gerald, I do!
If you are interested, you can find some brands...
scott b wrote: ... everything I want is there (minus my large wallet to get the stuff I added up in the 10 minutes looking) ...
Will Vale wrote:I've been looking forward to this one - and with good reason. It looks great! Is the mesh on the back etched? It's impressively fine, and unlike me you didn't clog it with paint...
Is it going to be clean or dirty?
chris69 wrote:Hi Paul.
I love the critter,first class work.But what is it? I may have missed something in the process.
It will be finished 'in use'. I'm in contact with a former driver of one of these trolleys who has told me some had a cargo box on the rear and a ladder carried for repairs to signals. They will make the ballance even worse. Fun, fun, fun
DCRfan wrote:My 1:35th rail trolley is nearly finished
Korschtal wrote:So, the drivers had an armoured car, but then when a repair needed doing it was out of the steel box and up a ladder?
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