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July 17 2012 at 2:03 AM
Dan Taylor  (Login Dan-Taylor)
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Response to Amazing and wonderful....

Hello Paul
Thanks for your comments. There is an excellent cartoon by Fougasse showing the rear of a GMC with loads of GIs leaning out the back clearly trying to attract the attention of some young ladies. The punchline is the sign on the back of the truck saying "No hand siganals". That would make a good vignette just as you suggest.

Usefully, it is an area where we can use railway modelling accessories without them looking too twee - Hornby and others do pubs and all manner of other useful buildings which need only a little adaptation to make them look a little more 'wartime'.

My programme of releases for next year is intended to include three or four British pillbox types and I'm looking to extend the parade-ground range of figures with a set or two in full marching order which might suit the Home Guard theme. I'll keep ML informed as ever.

All the best



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