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    Hi guys , very impressed with the models iv been seeing , thought id show one of mine , Berlin street 1945 , cheers Raymond
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    Very nice, I wish I had time to make some....
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Impressive, (Berlin remains German) Is this a Kit, Or did you make it up your self?

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    Very nice,great detail...Mit Unser Fuhrer Zum Sieg...
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Hi Raymond,
    You have put some time in on that one im very impressed with the detail, Looking around it there has been a lot of thought gone into it. and it looks like real rubble, am i right ?, how long did it take to finish it if you dont mind me asking. Great job.
    Dave.

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    Thanks for the comments guys , as most of you will know these take a fair amount of time to do but the end results are are worth it.
    Justin the soldat is Verlinden 120 mm scale modle kit , the rest is hand made .
    Dave the rubble is broken pieces of plaster and concrete , the building i made from thin board and modeling clay , i cant say exactaly how long it took to do but it was many hours in the evenings , cheers Raymond

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