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|Thread: Westbourne project|
10 years ago I bought a Caldercraft Westbourne tug in need of assistance from the local car boot for £25 but since then life has had other ideas. I'm a half competent modeller, and while I couldn't dedicate time to a larger project I worked on a short 'OO' railway. Now that's been finished for a while, I managed to get into the garage and make a decent workspace to begin working on this.
The plan is to strip it out and add a bit more detail, which may lead to a lot of improvisation as my source, apart from other models, looks like three photos from the internet. I'm a little further on than the above, which were taken when I originally intended to start, but not much. I've already got a bunch of questions but will save those for a build log and get that started in a few days.
Thanks for looking.
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