As a recently joined member, I though I would post a few pictures of my 2mm FS bits and pieces. These were intended for a SE&CR project and were made a while ago. The project stalled because I couldn't work out how to do the complex Wainwright locomotive livery in this scale - the fine red and yellow lines either side of the green bands scale out at about a couple of thou wide. However, I'd still like to have a go but it's a question of how much the livery can be simplified without losing its character. Gareth Collier has done some wonderful renditions of both Chatham and Brighton liveries in N, so it is possible. The wagons are built in plastikard on etched undeframes, either using chopped-about 2mm Association chassis kits or etched W-irons and brakegear bodged from other bits of kits. I used the drawings in the various Southern Wagons books, a godsend to the Southern modeller. I think the Stephenson Clark PO wagon should have black corner plates rather than red at this period but I haven't yet got round to repainting them. The cattle wagon was, shall we say, challenging to make. Finally this is the chassis for a South Eastern brakevan; I got this far with it before things ground to a halt and it's been a bit of a shelf queen since. I must get the plasticard out and finish it off. The 2mm Association has recently brought out an etched kit for the Midland six wheeled GBV. As the SER had some very similar vans it will hopefully be possible to convert the kit to represent one of these. Any comments or suggestions (hopefully polite) would be gratefully received.