Track plan & location map added. More weathered wagons on trial.

13 Jan

A track plan and location map have been added on a new page “where is Kirkmellington”

Kirkmellington Track Plan copyright Tony Bucknell 2013

Kirkmellington Track Plan copyright Tony Bucknell 2013

 

I have also added to the weathering page with results of trials using the “Weathered Wood acrylic paint set by Lifecolor.

Dapol 7mm wagon weathered by black and decker boy 2

 

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