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#21 Posted : 15 May 2019 20:59:04

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Very nice building Ken.

Reminds me of how my local station looked many years ago before the "developers" got their hands on it and in my view ruined it.

Always wonder to myself why so many many stations used that kind of picket fence canopy edging - always very Victorian looking but so attractive (and maybe that is why they used it).

The loco models are really good but when you look at how many manufacturers have put their name to these it does surprise me its one area of modelling were we still do not have some modern steam loco kits. I guess its maybe down to the fact that people into their steam prefer it to run rather that be static.

I have a City of Truro tucked away that started out as a Dapol kit, then Airfix got hold of it - interesting history.

Hope your ideas for this diorama contiune to go well.

Tony
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