Wordless Wednesday Shelfie3

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6 Responses to Wordless Wednesday Shelfie3

  1. Wordless because the three staff are dumbstruck that BR would send a clean 24 & BG out?

  2. Reblogged this on Max Stafford's Kennel and commented:
    I felt I had to reblog this from PMP’s blog. A wonderful wee vignette that encapsulates the atmosphere of the 1970s railway away from the big cities.

    • bawdsey says:

      Thanks Max, much appreciated! Really liking the weathering you’re turning out too, inspirational stuff.

      • You’re welcome, Paul. That kind of two-way traffic is what makes the hobby so satisfying; it’s nice to give back too.
        If I’m honest I’m yet to build a layout due to a planned relocation and all that involves.
        As soon as I’ve dropped anchor in a new spot though, I’ll be getting started with something small and your ‘shelfies’ are probably the most inspiring influences in my current line of though, both in styles and eras.
        There you go; another round of thanks reciprocated! 😀

      • bawdsey says:

        Lol, stay in touch!

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