Wordless Wednesday Rails Terrier (4S-010-005)

Rails of Sheffield Terrier
Rails of Sheffield Terrier
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3 Responses to Wordless Wednesday Rails Terrier (4S-010-005)

  1. Hi there,
    First of all, lovely pictures of the Terrier.

    I’m just adding a comment to this post as I can’t seem to figure out a way to message you directly (not used to WordPress yet).

    Anyway, I first discover your ex-layout Albion Yard through a short product advertisement for the DVD ‘Right Track 19’. While honestly all of the series looks incredibly interesting I’m particular interested in acquiring a copy of this DVD as I’m just about to start a new layout (probably in December). Yet it seems impossible to find one for sale. As one of the people in the series would you have any advice on finding a copy?

    As things appear to be out of production would there be the option of someone who’s allowed uploading the series to YouTube? Just a thought.

    Anyway I’ll let you go. Thanks for being a super big inspiration in the British modeling department.

    Warm regards,

    • bawdsey says:

      Hi Jordan I don’t think an upload is allowed due to copyright, whilst the series is out of production the copyright is still owned by activity media, and I don’t think they’re likely to want to upload a copy. Missenden Modellers used it this year and had it online, you could try them to see what ‘route’ they used, Paul L and myself were asked and happy for them
      To use it. Otherwise The best thin I can suggest is keeping an eye out on eBay, I’ve not got any spares myself.
      Brgds paulmp

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