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Offline Peter_R

Name
« on: Apr 10 2012 22:28 »
I am Building a live steam modle of the LNER "Green Arrow" G3 scale
I am looking to find scale Nameplates "Green Arrow" embossed perfered, Number "4771" and the "LNER" decels.
Anyone have any suggestions where I might be able to purchase these items.
Thank you , Peter

Offline midnight miller

Re: Name
« Reply #1 on: Apr 10 2012 23:27 »
Hello Peter

 Try Garry Wells at 247 developments Huddersfeild .


                                                     John

Offline AllWight

Re: Name
« Reply #2 on: Apr 11 2012 00:45 »
I use Guilplates based in Guildford, Surrey for all my 00 and G3 nameplates. I can highly recommend them and a swift service as well.

Mark

Offline Peter_R

Re: Name
« Reply #3 on: Apr 11 2012 01:29 »
Thanks guys, but I'm in Canada. Would appreciate a little more info, like web page,  e-mail address etc. ;)

Offline Peter_R

Re: Name
« Reply #4 on: Apr 11 2012 04:46 »
I found the website for 247 Developements and sent off an e-mail to the..(Too bad I moved from Leeds:) )
And I found a Phone number for Gilford so thank you both.

Offline bolingbroke

Re: Name
« Reply #5 on: Apr 11 2012 18:59 »
My V2 name plates, makers plates, etc came from Diane Carney -www.loco-nameplates.com. I think Guilplates supply them painted, Diane does not. Not such a problem with a straightforward name - my plates
 for the Snapper had the regimental badge and coloured background.
Roger.

Offline keith Bristol

Re: Name
« Reply #6 on: Apr 11 2012 20:12 »
I used Diane Carney/... Good service

Offline blagdon

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« Reply #7 on: Apr 12 2012 21:11 »
For what it's worth, I too use Diane Carney's service; you should see the fantastic Sentinel builders plates she's done for me, with a watchmakers eyeglass you can even read the construction number!

Ian the Gauge '3' Pirate

Offline John Candy

Re: Name
« Reply #8 on: Apr 12 2012 23:48 »
Yes, I agree, Diane Carney's work cannot be bettered.
Every letter and number on my tiny LNER Stratford Works plates can be clearly read with a magnifying glass.

John.
My fellow Members, ask not what your Society can do for you, ask what you can do for your Society.

Offline bolingbroke

Re: Name
« Reply #9 on: Apr 13 2012 13:56 »
At the risk of over-egging this thread, my last post was incomplete. The plates supplied by Diane for my V2 were  unfortunately subject to some quality issues. However, Diane resolved these very quickly, supplied new plates to the high standard for which she is well know. Problems occur, it is how well they are dealt with that matters. I would unhesitatingly use her products again.

Roger.

Offline Peter_R

Re: Name
« Reply #10 on: Apr 14 2012 00:24 »
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 ("GREEN ARROW" (|....Gentlemen. Thank you for your help, I have been in touch with all of your suggestions and I'm "on the move". Soon I shall have my trim accessories. [L N E R]
    o      OOO     o                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          oo  oo
 
Great site, keep up the good work John.. "Oil be BaaaarcK"

Offline andrewfoster

Re: Name
« Reply #11 on: May 14 2012 22:02 »
Been away and just saw this thread... I'm in Canada too, but couldn't find anyone here to make etched builder's plates. I've had good experience with PPD (http://www.ppdltd.com/) in Lochgilphead, Argyll. They are quick if you can provide the artwork, and the prices seem very reasonable to me.

Andrew

Offline Peter_R

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« Reply #12 on: May 15 2012 04:39 »
Thanks Andrew, I'm good for now.  8)