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March 4, 2016 § 2 Comments
Tagged: Battersea, Brass, Campbells, Ironmongery, Tools
Great photos Nick Rogers would take me down the junction and down to the model shop. Airfix soldiers for Dave and Nick, 1st WW aeroplanes for me. Soup and crisps requested for lunch. Soup an’ crisps it was, in the kitchen Diner at 22 Knoll Rd.
I have passed on your remarks to “Nick Rogers”. Me, I always wanted Airfix to bring out OO/HO scale figures of the Viet Cong. Moulded in red plastic, of course! Best wishes, Wolf Orff
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