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VIDEO: Building a model Wickham Trolley

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Kit building, whether it be a wagon or building, is a great way to get into railway modelling. Modelling a kit is achievable by most and the results are often pretty impressive. We would always recommend you start with a simple kit, ideally in OO gauge. This Wickham Trolley kit build is a little trickier, mainly down to its size being N gauge.

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