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  1. Another cracker Tony, great history as usual with your builds. I always feel I've learnt something
  2. The Meadowhall, Sheffield one had a good restock of Airfix recently and still has a fair stock of Revell and some Tamiya.
  3. Two smashing models, nice vision sir.
  4. Either way it is a super model.
  5. That's lovely, well done for persevering with it. Which Aeroclub Moth is it? The vac-form the injection moulded with metal struts or the latest version with etch struts? All are fun builds but each has its quirks.
  6. Another example of your lovely work. Also one of my favourite units
  7. Simply stunning.
  8. Welcome aboard I hope you enjoy your time here a much as I do. There is an IPMS branch in the area as well, if you want details let me know.
  9. Lovely Hunter, it must have been 'interesting getting it back on one piece'. We have recently returned from a holiday in Borneo and really enjoyed the place and the people.
  10. Looks like a grand day out. I hadn't realised there were so many taxi-able machines there.
  11. i built one last year in the same scheme last year and really enjoyed it. I'll be watching you have fun with it.
  12. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Uniforms-Waterloo-Colour-18th-June/dp/0713707143/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1496995006&sr=1-2&keywords=uniforms+of+Waterloo I don't know what the postage to Australia would be. I'd go for the hard back, I've had mine sine 1977 and it is still in good condition. I have a wargamming friend who bought it on my recommendation abut got the paperback and it is dropping to pieces after a couple of years.
  13. two Austin 7s in Thorpe Hesley heading to Wentworth Woodhouse. Raining too hard to get a decent photo.
  14. Try to find Uniforms of Waterloo by Philip Haythornthwaite. It is an excellent primer on the subject of what was worn at Waterloo.
  15. If you are in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, Wargames Emporium in the Handley Shopping Arcade stocks Vallejo. Give it a good shake and thin it a touch it should be OK. I painted a 1/144 Harvard in it and two coats were enough to cover it nicely. Just don't try to do it in thick coat.