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Re: my daughters first engine.

Post by earlsinclare on Sat Mar 09 2013, 07:43

it will be the same green as my petter, I've got some left in the tin and it needs using.
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Post by steve w on Sat Mar 09 2013, 10:32

i was looking forward to seeing a pink lister with flowers painted on, Smile

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Post by stationary stu on Sat Mar 09 2013, 11:43

You'll not see pink out of a good Yorkshire lassie. Very Happy

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Post by earlsinclare on Sat Mar 09 2013, 20:56

the engine is now painted, time to start work on a trolley. found some nice wood in my dads workshop that he forgot he had, its now in mine.
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Post by earlsinclare on Fri Mar 15 2013, 07:32

the lister is on its way home today, daisy just needs to put the water slides on and it finished, she wants to do that at home in the shed. will take some picture tomorrow.
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Post by steve w on Fri Mar 15 2013, 07:58

earlsinclare wrote:the engine is now painted, time to start work on a trolley. found some nice wood in my dads workshop that he forgot he had, its now in mine.
Richard..

my sort of deal (@; - great news - will look forward to seeing the pics, steve

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Post by stationary stu on Fri Mar 15 2013, 13:06

Looking forward to seeing the pics of it all finished. Next she'll be wanting to rally it, so wrap up warm as there's a one day event at Newby Hall (I think) on Easter Sunday or Kirkby Stephen rally is on for the weekend.

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its finished.

Post by earlsinclare on Sat Mar 16 2013, 12:49


the finished engine.
hope you like it.
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Post by stationary stu on Sat Mar 16 2013, 13:09

Great job your daughter must be over the moon with the end result.

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Post by Foden on Sat Mar 16 2013, 14:46

Spot on that one Richard, now I guess there is still some paint left in the tin so Daisy will be wanting another............ Wink

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Re: my daughters first engine.

Post by Andrew1971 on Sat Mar 16 2013, 14:54

That's a nice looking Lister is she going to power anything with it Smile Smile
So the next engine is going to be pink ??? Laughing
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