G scale moble railway and extras Spelling lessons needed.

ebay mike

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dunnyrail

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Someone is a real chancer, crumy Newquid stock and some indiscriminate Buildings. NOT TEMPTED MYSELF.
 
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Wasn't it the Everly Brothers - All I have to do is dream :wondering::wondering::wondering::wondering:
 
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Plastic Machinery by The Charlatans sounds about right too
 
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This was waiting to happen with the cheap stock - waiting for an inexperienced user.
 
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It is almost like one of the letters from your long lost Uncle in Nigeria. If you deposit £1000 into....
 
ebay mike

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It is almost like one of the letters from your long lost Uncle in Nigeria. If you deposit £1000 into....
Ah, so he did write to you Paul. If you contact me via a 'conversation' I'll let you have my bank details for the transfer.
 
Rhinochugger

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This was waiting to happen with the cheap stock - waiting for an inexperienced user.
Occasionally can be seen in the other scales / gauges - there's always someone out there trying to pull a fast one ;););)

Did someone mention Ellis Clarke Trains? :mask::mask::mask::mask:
 
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Occasionally can be seen in the other scales / gauges - there's always someone out there trying to pull a fast one ;););)

Did someone mention Ellis Clarke Trains? :mask::mask::mask::mask:
I have to plead guilty Rhino and admit to having bought two lots of items from Ellis Clarke not long ago. Despite the recent offerings I was very pleased with my purchases and actually think I got a bargain both times.
 
Rhinochugger

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I have to plead guilty Rhino and admit to having bought two lots of items from Ellis Clarke not long ago. Despite the recent offerings I was very pleased with my purchases and actually think I got a bargain both times.
I have to admit being unduly harsh on them - I actually think that their fleabay activities harm their reputation, and they should probably use a different user name for their 'near mint' piles of poop.
 
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From adverts I've seen in the railway modelling mags, it appears that Ellis Clarke are a bricks-and-mortar shop as well as an online presence - has anyone here actually visited them?

Jon.
 
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Besides the obvious overpricing, the spelling, run-on sentences and lack of use of capital letters is.....:swear:.....What is this world coming to.....:devil:
 
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Ah, so he did write to you Paul. If you contact me via a 'conversation' I'll let you have my bank details for the transfer.
PM on it's way:giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle:
 
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From adverts I've seen in the railway modelling mags, it appears that Ellis Clarke are a bricks-and-mortar shop as well as an online presence - has anyone here actually visited them?

Jon.
Is it the same company?
 
Zerogee

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Is it the same company?
Well, same name, print advert has the same colour scheme and graphic style as their web logos.... so I'd assume yes?

Jon.