Hi there Charlie, just wanted to let you know that i received the 500g Pinkysil Kit that you sent over to me in the UK.
Can i thank you for all your help with this and i appreciate everything.
I have saved your website into my favorites as i have a feeling i will be back for more.
Thanks again, mate.
All the best
order just arrived,looks great,regards robin macarthy 21st September 2012
Hi there Adrian - just some more feedback on your wonderful radio programme you put together on the subject of different scales . I do enjoy listening to these programmes and keep up the good work with producing these half hour programmes. I throroughly enjoy them and down load them onto my document file in my computer so i can listen to them from time to time. They are very helpful .
Hi Adrian, parts arrived today and its all spot on thanks very much for that. Also I meant to tell you a while back that that lighting kit i brought from you is good, its in one of my wooden 47 1/2 foot cars. Initially i put it in one of my AO carriages, but its not quite long enough to light up the whole car, there was dark areas at either end, but perfect for the shorter cars. Thanks again
Yes , I made a small purchase from your website the other month. Website
easy to navigate and has everything
we need to know. Very good website.
I’ll be making some more decent size purchases over the coming months, once
winter closer, so you’ll definitely be getting more orders from me. Wife has me
busy working on house at the moment J so modelling has taken a back
seat this summer.
thanks Cameron Hiley
Thanks for the lamp. I've only just started using it as it was put aside as a birthday present but all ready I am wishing I had one earlier. Getting a bit of modelling done, will get some pictures to you sometime.
Thanks again Paul Andersen-Gardiner
Adrian, I received the two prints you sent me last week: “Joy
of school holidays” & “Fiordland”
Referance Heritage Art Prints
Fantastic!! Better quality and clarity than I ever
Thanks very much for these. They will both eventually be
displayed on 2 old NZR noticeboards at the NZR Museum yet to be set up at the
Waimea Plains Railway Heritage site at Mandeville.
Regards Mark Burton
Phillips' Models Self Adhesive Textures. These beautiful buildings show the benefits of wrapping the textures about the building to avoid join lines and get a professional look. The buildings depicted are made of 1mm cardboard with Phillips Models Self Adhesive Textures wrapped round the card components; the building is glued with superglue gel for strength. Built in Masterton by a local Model and Shown at the recent Masterton Model Railway show.
"Hello Adrian, Thank you for your time and trouble ! My small package arrived in good order to-day. I am more than happy with your pricing...You had selected well with the bits I had requested for the old fashioned brake gear: the brake ratchet with lever attached, is ideal - I will be able to fabricate the assembly from there.” Kind regards, Colin McHarg
"I've now had a chance to make up the Watchman’s hut which I downloaded from your website, and I’m generally very pleased with the result. I’m especially impressed with cover sheets, which go over the basic model to give you the finished kit." Chris Mayers
"Brilliant building by the way. I asked my wife to print it out at work... I will start to build it tomorrow." Alan Maynard
"I was attracted to your website because of the thing that I believe you are trying to accomplish, to allow model builders to have greater flexibility in crafting custom (kitbashing) structures, relatively easily and at less cost than otherwise possible." Ed Ronan
"Whilst a railway modeller with some enthusiasm and little experience, I am also a kiln and furnace engineer of no little experience. Having spent more years than I really care to consider on brickworks, refractories plants and in all branches of the ceramics industry, the idea of having my own Hoffmann kiln tickled me no end. I anticipate building it with relish." Stuart Shelton
I am a member of the Weka Pass Railway and I am part of a group restoring carriages from the 1930s. The plan is to get the print framed and put it in the vestibule of the carriage we are working on now, No. A1733. So if you are passing this way you will be able to call in and see it. Michael Ball, Weka Pass Railway