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Old 27th June 2007, 17:11   #11
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Hi there Lorne,
Thank you for the compliments and yes, it's safe to assume that it is HO scale and not bad guessing on your part, you were pretty close. The dimensions are 15" x 22". P;ease don't hesitate to ask questions or to critise if you feel it's necessary. It all helps to improve one's efforts.

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Hey simon.

Really good looking lumber yard you got there. Saw you from Cape Town. That makes 2 of us. cool to see another capetonian here.

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