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embossed card

Postby philpill » Sun Feb 14, 2016 1:54 pm

all sorted thanks
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Alan Turner
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Re: embossed card

Postby Alan Turner » Sun Feb 14, 2016 2:50 pm

Freestone models sells the Howard senic range which included embossed card.

http://www.freestonemodel.co.uk/

Regards

Alan

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Re: embossed card

Postby philpill » Sun Feb 14, 2016 2:56 pm

thanks Alan i will have a look but i think i tried this before and it wasnt the will give them a ring on monday :

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Re: embossed card

Postby philpill » Sun Feb 14, 2016 3:58 pm

Freestone open 7 days a week nice chap on other end have ordered some may thanks for reminding me about freestone

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Re: embossed card

Postby Flymo748 » Mon Feb 22, 2016 7:32 am

Alan Turner wrote:Freestone models sells the Howard senic range which included embossed card.

http://www.freestonemodel.co.uk/


Alan Turner wrote:Freestone models sells the Howard senic range which included embossed card.

http://www.freestonemodel.co.uk/


Hi Alan,

I just wanted to say thanks for pointing out that the Howard Scenics range is still available. I've been keeping my eyes open on eBay for some of the plain brickwork sheets, and it is either very scarce or tends to go for rather high prices.

I now know where to go to to obtain supplies as and when I need it.
Cheers
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Re: embossed card

Postby Will L » Mon Feb 22, 2016 10:48 am

Flymo748 wrote:
Alan Turner wrote:Freestone models sells the Howard senic range which included embossed card.

http://www.freestonemodel.co.uk/


I just wanted to say thanks for pointing out that the Howard Scenics range is still available. I've been keeping my eyes open on eBay for some of the plain brickwork sheets, and it is either very scarce or tends to go for rather high prices.

I now know where to go to to obtain supplies as and when I need it.

Edited to reduce Flymo's hiccups



Freestone Models were just across the aisle from the society stand at the Stafford Show. Between attending to visitors to our stand, I was interested to see they also had Prototype Kits which I thought had disappeared, particularly the Bridge kit which can be used to produce a very useful and effective scenic break.

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Re: embossed card

Postby philpill » Mon Feb 22, 2016 7:13 pm

Hi Will i did see prototype on the web last time i used these was for loft layout for my young son at the time it was nice but not embossed ,i see freestone are updating the kits
were the ones at stafford flat surfaced

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Re: embossed card

Postby Will L » Mon Feb 22, 2016 11:17 pm

philpill wrote:Hi Will i did see prototype on the web last time i used these was for loft layout for my young son at the time it was nice but not embossed ,i see freestone are updating the kits
were the ones at stafford flat surfaced


As far as I could tell. When I built some of these mumble mumble yeas ago, I was in the habit of ruling in the motor lines with a very blunt knife blade which would not cut.


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