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  • Scrappile
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    Originally posted by gschmitz View Post
    well done
    Pedro is always happy when you send him some pictures
    I have also made the Bielefeld Clock
    You did a beautiful job on you clock Mr. Schmitz. That is a lot of work.

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  • gschmitz
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    well done
    Pedro is always happy when you send him some pictures
    I have also made the Bielefeld Clock

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  • Scrappile
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    Originally posted by gschmitz View Post
    Sorry , I saw your request just today

    You may look here http://www.finescrollsaw.com/victorian-locomotive.htm

    You will see picture of mine

    All the best
    Georges
    Wow yours is beautiful. I love the site, I love to see what people in other countries do. I felt it was a special honor when he posted a picture of my "Five Dragon Box" on his site. He is also such a gentleman to deal with. Being a "pattern junkie" I have several of his patterns.


    Last edited by Scrappile; 11-10-2017, 09:28 PM.

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  • Rolf
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    That is a seriously detailed bit of work. WOW

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  • gschmitz
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    Sorry , I saw your request just today

    You may look here http://www.finescrollsaw.com/victorian-locomotive.htm

    You will see picture of mine

    All the best
    Georges

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  • Scrappile
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    Like:
    http://www.woodworkersworkshop.com/s...ow&ref=07_T2_4

    http://www.woodworkersworkshop.com/r...0TRAIN%20PLANS

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  • Locomotives - seeking fretwork patterns of steam locos

    I'm looking for patterns of steam locomotives - 440 type like the 1880's Victorian age.Can anyone point me to these patterns? Thanks

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