Painting and Weathering Service

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Steve M
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Painting and Weathering Service

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Well, I was astounded by the response to my thread regarding the restoration of the Class 71 - thank you for the positive comments.

I am now prepared to offer my services to any willing victims on the forum who may want a touch of weathering or similar done on their stock.
As you would expect, everything comes at a cost these days, so as a start I believe I can offer the following:

Locos, steam, diesel or electric - light or medium weathering - £25

Renumbering and renaming (if available) - £30

Renumbering only - £25

Steam - add real coal to tender - £6

Steam - footplate crew (3D printed and painted) - £15 per pair

Full repaint - please ask for a quote

Wagons - light weathering - £5

Return P&P - Royal Mail inc. insurance - at cost

If anyone is interested please send me a message via the forum.

I’ll put up a few pictures as examples.
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Wagons - light weathering.

Image20191009_183101 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr

Image20191009_183209 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr

Image20191009_183137 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr
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Hornby Railroad P2 - renumbered and relettered, etched nameplates and worksplates, new tender lining, coal, light weathering.

Image20191009_184938 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr

Image20191009_185007 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr
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Hornby Railroad GWR 2721 - light weathering, cab crew and detail, real coal

Image20191009_184734 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr

Image20191009_171933 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr
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Hornby BR Class 71 - full repaint, new transfers, handrails, light weathering.

Image20191009_184818 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr

Image20191009_184901 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr
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Footplate crew - 3D printed, hand painted.

Image20191009_185140 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr
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I'm amazed you haven't offered these services before. Good luck with your venture, and the pricing in my limited knowledge seems very reasonable for a quality service.
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Full repaint, new handrails and heavy weathering.

Image20191013_155320 by Steve Mumford, on Flickr
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Hi Steve
I hope you have 'dried out' after our outing on Friday. SWMBO thinks we were mad staying out in that weather but she and her friend spent even longer tramping the shops of East Grinstead. So who was the real daft one?
How much to fully line the Black 5 (bearing in mind there is lining under the handrails)? No painting involved.
P2 looks nice, by the way.
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Ian, can you provide details of both the model and the original so I can check on transfers first. (availability and cost).
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