EE’s new model

29 Oct

No not the mobile phone company but that of VulcanWorks. My latest addition and still waiting for brass head code discs, ploughs and pipework, is English Electric type 1, D8073. A Bachmann model fitted with Legomanbiffo DCC Sound and modified blue bonnet sides, this was a common type in the Ayrshire coal fields in the early 1970s

 

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2 Responses to “EE’s new model”

  1. BURROWA October 30, 2013 at 5:16 am #

    Your weathering just gets better,nice work Unless this photo is of the real thing.Peter

    • Black and Decker Boy October 30, 2013 at 6:44 pm #

      Thank you. I do like this alot myself. its a mix of Railmatch and Lifecolour acrylics with some Modelmates dyes for the oil stains. Just got to keep the standard up now!

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