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Discussion in 'EM/S4 & S scale' started by john lewsey, 9 December 2020.
A couple of pics of a dry run. Things have definately moved on in the etching World since this kit was made,but its seems ok. I like to do a dry run with locos in particular as they certainly arent my forte. Hopefully it Will go together ok
Is that really a length of copper pipe serving as a boiler? One heck of a heat sink that.
Yes it is but I had a word with John Redrup (London Road Models and he can do a brass boiler to length as the Precursor boiler is the same diameter
And I thought it was a 'Super D' learn all the time.
A real workman like loco with just what is necessary. I will settle for a coal tank to work the interchange to my Colonel Stephens type light railway.
That's going to be very nice John. Does nobody make LNWR track chairs in 4mm?
Thank you for that, not as far as I know
A bit more work on the G the smoke box has been made up and the cab roof fitted.The side cheeks for the cab have been Just tacked on for the moment. I am tempeted to do one of the first D class later on, they had Webb tenders.
Looking good, John.
It’s nice to finally see this kit being put together.
Hi Heathers yes it is, I was a bit concerned as I have read elswhere that it was a difficult kit,but.........so far so good. It looks a brute doesnt it.
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Happy new year guys