Dock Tank Deviations

How to do it, advice sought and offered.
jimwatt2mm
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Re: Dock Tank Deviations

Post by jimwatt2mm »

Looking really great, Alan. Having built one of these in 2FS I have a soft spot for them. In fact two, if you count an early plastic bodied attempt on a butchered N-gauge Atlas chassis, which was never a good runner in the first place and wasn't helped by the major surgery it underwent! It's a pity there are no 'like' and 'craftsmanship/clever' buttons on the forum!

Jim W
caleyJim
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Re: Dock Tank Deviations

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Very, very nice. Glad I was able to assist with the transfers.
Jim Summers
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Re: Dock Tank Deviations

Post by Jim Summers »

Lovely work, Alan.
You might like this photo of one at work in the days of my youth.

Many thanks for recording all your stages of work.

JimS
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