Arlington Colliery

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RobM
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Re: Arlington Colliery

Postby RobM » Sat Apr 02, 2022 4:31 pm

Thanks Richard. Still are a few jobs to do, yes, a bit more weathering. The black and yellow stripes were fun, got some yellow stripe transfers but trying to space them was difficult plus the fact the body (which the buffer beams are attached to) had to be up ended to work on. Soon gave up that idea so it was down to using 2mm masking tape and spraying. Couplings to add and pick ups to make and fit along with a chip, nearly forgot and a driver!
Rob
http://www.robmilliken.co.uk
Updated December 2016

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Allan Goodwillie
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Re: Arlington Colliery

Postby Allan Goodwillie » Tue May 03, 2022 6:16 pm

Hi Rob, :D
this is my first post in ages as I have been suffering the effects of long covid, Due to it I have not managed to progress Scotts Road, but will get back to it in the summer, I hope. Your model is very good indeed, How did you make the wheels, I had a go at making some years ago and they are not easy to get right.

Allan :)

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RobM
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Re: Arlington Colliery

Postby RobM » Tue May 10, 2022 5:44 am

Hi Allan,
The wheels are Gibson's.
Get well soon.
Rob
http://www.robmilliken.co.uk
Updated December 2016


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