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While my mind is turning to the next observation car build Himself has picked up the previous project which has been stalled for a while.
152 has been given a coat of paint and the fiendishly difficult glazing, with the curved section at the front end, has been made up.
To bring you up to speed if you're relatively new to reading this blog, this model of 152 has a body made up of resin cast sections from a styrene master, with a brass roof and metal pillars at the front end.
It's been given a coat of the dark plum colour and the very detailed first class interior has been painted.
Although the painting is relatively straightforward, applying the intricate Pullman lining is anything but....
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