Wykeham - Somewhere in the south!

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Gloss or not, I can't help liking the warehouseman's brown coat. A very nice touch.

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RSR Engineer wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 9:17 am Gloss or not, I can't help liking the warehouseman's brown coat. A very nice touch.

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Hands in pockets - definitely the foreman. Nice touch Barry. R-
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Shouldn’t he be smoking a pipe then?
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Yes, of course, the foreman. When you've been an expat for as long as I have you tend to forget little bits of vocabulary.
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That can happen without living abroad. :D R-
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You need a very steady hand when painting these 3D figures - the detail is amazing. You can have yourself 3D'd for £40 - just imagine it!! We've had the forum Zoom meeting, next will be forum 3D'd Group :lol: WTD, PP and myself 3D'd and standing on the end of a model platform - well PP would be up his ladder with his camera, Steve M could be wrestling someone with an Asda bag to the ground - the possibilities are endless :o

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Barry, these days I’m more likely to be doing a pastiche of the ARP warden, Hodges from Dad’s Army.... “Oi, put that mask on!!” ;)
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Barry and myself could be sitting down with coffee and cakes. Sounds like a plan Barry.
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This loco just needs a rake of the new Hornby 4-wheel coaches (with lights) in the LB&SC livery - they have them in stock!!! :) - it could be a preserved "special" - just running at weekends :idea:

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