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richa2002

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Fotopic seems to be down at the moment but are you talking about 319001 being the Porterbrook 319 ?
 

Julian G

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it's not fair! :x
why do i have to be always at Poland when the good things happen,eh?
at least i get narrow gauge steamers ;)
 

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Richard Armstrong said:
Fotopic seems to be down at the moment but are you talking about 319001 being the Porterbrook 319 ?
Yes, they are.
 

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Nice photos Seth. Now was it wise painting a train (319 in this case) That colour, its going to get awfully dirty especially when running through Tunnels and will require regular cleaning (Which Thamestink don't seem to do anyway...
 

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jonb said:
Nice photos Seth. Now was it wise painting a train (319 in this case) That colour, its going to get awfully dirty especially when running through Tunnels and will require regular cleaning (Which Thamestink don't seem to do anyway...
Hence why the older blue and yellow livery worked ;)
 

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Coxster said:
Hence why the older blue and yellow livery worked ;)

Yep by having this livery they didn't have to take the train and clean it as often and cutting costs where possible.
 
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