Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.
Advanced Search
Author
Subject
Message
Special notice only

Advanced Search
  • we had all this on another forum: https://www.scalefour.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=4734&p=44004#p44004 not all bricks had, or have, frogs.
    stephenjhowe@... Mar 6
  • Ask and it shall be opened unto you.... http://www.modelscenerysupplies.co.uk/scratch-build/model-bricks/juweela-bricks Steve
    stephenjhowe@... Mar 5
  • Thanks for that Paul, are you in a position to say which diagram is being issued and is it just the one coach or part of a series? Steve
    stephenjhowe@... Jan 9
  • Fetching Sponsored Content...
  • I have had this from David White this morning: The price will be £80.00 and we are hoping to have the first coach kit ready for the end of the month. Get your credit cards ready guys! Steve
    stephenjhowe@... Jan 5
  • Having had a sneak preview of the Slaters L&B coach kit at Warley, it all seems to have gone quiet again...anyone heard any news on a possible release date or other 7mm NG kits in the Slaters pipeline? Steve
    stephenjhowe@... Jan 4
  • Amazing work. Will the derelict carriage that I last saw in the NRM at York be restored? --- In 7mmnga@^$1, wrote: > > Steve, the carriages are full size ''rebuilds', each contains modest amounts of genuine L&B carriage of the same type. > They are, however, mounted on new steel underframes and L&B pattern bogies manufactured under contract by Boston Lodge Works, on the FR...
    stephen Feb 12, 2014
  • Great images, are the coaches full-size replicas and who built them? Steve From: Tony S To: Lynton_and_Barnstaple_modeling@^$1; exmoor-ng@^$2; 7mmnga@^$3; NarrowGaugeDiscuss@^$4; narrowgaugemodellers@^$5; signal_box@^$6; 16mmngm@^$7 Sent: Monday, February 10, 2014 6:10 PM Subject: [7mm NGA] For all NG Enthusiasts to enjoy The record of the progress made by Trevor Garnham at the...
    Stephen Howe Feb 10, 2014
  • (chuckles) the variation in size of the 'flakes' is the main reason for using this material, part of the problem with laser/etched leaves is that they are too consistent in size and too regular in shape. --- In 7mmnga@^$1, David Hughes wrote: > > Thanks Grant & Steve. I'll give the dried parsley method a go first, hoping I don't drive myself insane grading the leaves for size...
    stephen Feb 9, 2014
  • --- In 7mmnga@^$1, wrote: > > The following sites have 1:48 ivy. > > http://www.tasca-modellismo.com/english/item4.html > > http://sdk.miniature.net/ivyvine.htm > > Regards, > Grant McAdam The laser cut and etched foliage always looks very tempting apart from the price, but to my mind is just a bit too perfect. I find for leaf foliage like ivy and certain large leaved trees, you...
    stephen Feb 8, 2014
  • --- In 7mmnga@^$1, "adriangrayfr" wrote: > > My memory of using Pyruma was that it was slightly coarser than DAS but, if Allan Downes says it's the same I'm not going to argue! > > I'm not sure that's correct, Allan Downes or no.... fire cement is a mineral based compound with a definite sandy texture and sets like rock. DAS on the other hand is a softer and much finer material...
    stephen Aug 23, 2013