BP 44 Aroured train pics

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Thanks gents, in this scale they are all individual kits, my wife would probably prefer both me and the kits outside lol, I have a diorama planned for it but at around 12ft long I don't have the room nor will I ever have.


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Cheers mate much appreciated, this project had actually been completed in 2012.


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Can't believe I missed this. Superb stuff Scott, jeez a big blighter too. Either you or your models are going to have start living outside!
I agree Si, his Missus must be a saint, I'm sure he has an 'out building' of some sort, his own private museum I'd imagine.....Lucky sod.....I would consider the same but the winters are soooo


cold here and since winter is "modeling season" I would have to install a wood burning stove (which I do have a spare:rolleyes:smiling3: and go through a couple of chords of wood,(I do have an unlimited supply) plus when not in use


I'm sure all my paints would be freezing up. It would be quite a chore just to get the darn place heated enough to be comfortable, by that time I've had it, plus the Missus "don't do stove"


at the main house...just cuz..:confused:.....phew!.... I'm tired already just typing this:oops:....Oh and yes his work is quite superb as is usual for Scott.............Jim:smiling3:
 

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how did I not see this one,what a monster,and such a great job on it so far,


very nice liking this a lot, ;)
 

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Thanks very much Monica I'd almost forgotten about this one.


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