Coronation Beavertail 1729

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Danby Wiske
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Re: Coronation Beavertail 1729

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Absolutely stunning pictures!

Congratulations to everyone involved in the restoration. This should win every award in the business...
:D :D :D
65447
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Re: Coronation Beavertail 1729

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Heartily agree - excellent work Andrew and team. Steam Railway 515 does it full justice. Must avoid drooling on the pictures... :wink:

If ever there was a reason for RTR models (or even decent kits) of the Coronation sets this is it.
S.A.C. Martin
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Re: Coronation Beavertail 1729

Post by S.A.C. Martin »

One of the most comprehensive and beautiful restorations ever undertaken in railway preservation. Congratulations to everyone involved. What a sight!
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sawdust
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Re: Coronation Beavertail 1729

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Mercator II
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Re: Coronation Beavertail 1729

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Stunning
oOo

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Dave
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Re: Coronation Beavertail 1729

Post by Dave »

Amazing words do not describe it, well done it's been a long job for you.
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