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    Yes, I agree, the weathering on the crab in post...

    Yes, I agree, the weathering on the crab in post #2253 looks excellent - gives me ideas! The water staining on the A4 firebox hasn't gone unnoticed either!

    The LNER Thompson coach in post #2252,...
  2. Thread: Which 2019 to buy

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    I will stick with my TRS2019 UK version, it's...

    I will stick with my TRS2019 UK version, it's perfectly adequate for my needs. As has been already stated: there isn't much, indeed, if anything at all in the way of new UK DLC content and I have all...
  3. GNR Diagram 171 looking good in both post #570...

    GNR Diagram 171 looking good in both post #570 and post #572. The aged teak texture looks particularly good.

    Rob.
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    Ah yes, Time Team. A heavily contrived show in...

    Ah yes, Time Team. A heavily contrived show in which Tony Robinson spends a lot of time in Phil's trench!

    Rob.
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    Oh No! Not again! More patches, more fixing of...

    Oh No! Not again! More patches, more fixing of assets, more grief!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkGZmmrLFAU&list=RDAkGZmmrLFAU&start_radio=1&t=0

    I look forward to it - if I live that long...
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    Well done the Aussies for retaining the Ashes....

    Well done the Aussies for retaining the Ashes. Better luck next time for England.

    Rob.
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    Another British food, Cheddar Cheese, originally...

    Another British food, Cheddar Cheese, originally made in Somerset, can now be found, and indeed manufactured, in many countries around the world, even in the US, I believe. Of course the name...
  8. Thanks KotangaGirl, appropriate lettering and...

    Thanks KotangaGirl, appropriate lettering and numbering is difficult to find, in this case a kindly soul, not a million miles from here, let me have a copy for which I'm truly grateful!
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  9. Excellent screenshot and narrative at post #561,...

    Excellent screenshot and narrative at post #561, it portrays a very sombre atmosphere!



    Thank you for your input Frank, here's t'other side:

    https://i.imgur.com/eGsCSTX.jpg

    Rob.
  10. Some progress: https://i.imgur.com/3NYn5Gg.jpg...

    Some progress:

    https://i.imgur.com/3NYn5Gg.jpg

    Based on the preserved Gresley composite No. 2701 at the SVR: https://www.svr.co.uk/ShowImage.aspx?id=84

    Only one side completed at the moment....
  11. Good shots there borderreiver, summer is...

    Good shots there borderreiver, summer is definitely on the way out!

    Rob.
  12. Yes, I think I will produce some "ersatz" GNR...

    Yes, I think I will produce some "ersatz" GNR coaches from andi06's LNER Gresley coaches, it shouldn't be too difficult and strictly for my own use of course! The difficult bit will be...
  13. Thanks, borderreiver, for the info. Presumably...

    Thanks, borderreiver, for the info.

    Presumably all the rolling stock you've mentioned in #548 is available from or in the process of being made by Paulz. I don't have any of Paulz Gresley coaches...
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    Still looking good, PLP. Rob.

    Still looking good, PLP.

    Rob.
  15. Thank you borderreiver for the info re: GNR...

    Thank you borderreiver for the info re: GNR coaching stock in post #545. Some very interesting reading and shots in your recent posts in general.

    Rob.
  16. @barn700: Is that a one off or is there a set of...

    @barn700: Is that a one off or is there a set of GNR teak coaches? I don't see them on your website.

    Nice shots at post #541, borderreiver.

    Rob.
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    In the UK, not just England (do folk from the USA...

    In the UK, not just England (do folk from the USA still refer to the whole of the UK as 'England'?), there are many brands of brown sauce e.g. HP, probably the most well known, Daddies, OK and now...
  18. Interesting stuff, borderreiver. Rob.

    Interesting stuff, borderreiver.

    Rob.
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    Yep, Worcester Sauce, the archetypal 'bottle of...

    Yep, Worcester Sauce, the archetypal 'bottle of flavour'. My mrs. gets very annoyed when I use it on my meals - I don't know why!

    Rob.
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    I agree with BLACKWATCH but having said that,...

    I agree with BLACKWATCH but having said that, here in Cheshire, there are many rich people living in large and palatial dwellings, mainly professionals working in Manchester and Liverpool. I am not...
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    You can spice up your beans with a little bit of...

    You can spice up your beans with a little bit of curry powder when cooking them. Very tasty and adds a bit of zing to the following bout of flatulence!

    Rob.
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    England back in with a chance - good stuff! ...

    England back in with a chance - good stuff!

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/49465193

    Rob.
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    Nice shots Tanker46 but I think you've overdone...

    Nice shots Tanker46 but I think you've overdone the sepia tinting somewhat!

    Rob.
  24. The GNR brake (composite? I can't quite see)...

    The GNR brake (composite? I can't quite see) shown in post #527 looks interesting.

    Nice vintage shots in post #529!

    Rob.
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    Excellent shots in post #21! Reminds me very...

    Excellent shots in post #21!

    Reminds me very much of the summers in my childhood, the sunshine, the vintage cars and the austerity of the late 50's and early 60's in post war UK, although some...
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