Coach Interiors

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Re: Coach Interiors

Postby Terrier » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:45 pm

...any chance of a fuzzy photograph triangman? :lol:

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Re: Coach Interiors

Postby son of triangman » Thu Aug 26, 2010 6:14 pm

My digital camer is pretty ancinet Terrier, it's a Fuji finepix A101 1.3 mega pixel, resoultion can be er um fuzzy!

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Re: Coach Interiors

Postby K9-70 » Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:34 pm

son of triangman wrote:My digital camer is pretty ancinet Terrier, it's a Fuji finepix A101 1.3 mega pixel, resoultion can be er um fuzzy!


If you think your camera's not up to the job, you could use a scanner to scan printed material without too much loss of quality.
See example below.
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Re: Coach Interiors

Postby rocketman » Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:05 pm

I think I shall try the Replicas @ about 2.5 GBP per coach. If that doesn't work I shall use the Bill Bedford card ones I have had printed for months The tender and coach wheels and couplings I got from Replica at a recent exhibition were well good. They also had some nice looking coaching stock in R/C (MK1 full brakes I recall) and some wagons.
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Re: Coach Interiors

Postby son of triangman » Fri Aug 27, 2010 6:26 am

Haven't got a scanner alas K9-70, seldom need it. I will dig through the piles of papers to see if I still have the sheet for you, will send you a PM if I find it. I think the part numbers were R.522 and R.523 respectively.


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