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Author Topic: Scenecraft iteam 42-122 Thatched Cottage.  (Read 887 times)

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Scenecraft iteam 42-122 Thatched Cottage.
« on: June 23, 2014, 03:34:16 PM »
Hi Guy's

Well I think this must be a first for me as I am presently surprised at the detail on this iteam I'd say the effort gone into this has been to a good standard but from Bachmann there are one or two stupid thing just not what I'd come to expect when you look closer at this iteam and my main issue is you look at the windows and they are bair as in no curtains or blinds or any inside details although you'd get away with that in N gauge but it's still a disappointment and the other one well I don't think it a big deal no flooring where I'd expect flooring for the upstairs part of the house but over all I think an 8/10 over all

I would as always would like to hear your thoughts on it good or bad


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Re: Scenecraft iteam 42-122 Thatched Cottage.
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2014, 05:26:25 AM »
I am not familiar with the model, but it strikes me as an interesting detailing project?
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