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Really enjoyed video. We are the couple writing a tech novel about an English apprentice from Birmingham who comes to America to work on the Middlesex Canal. Thanks again
Dear David, So wonderful to meet you yesterday (13/07/2022). I am bowled over by the quality of your models! One thing I forgot to ask you about the brickwork - what type of mortar did you use between the bricks? I Look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards Derek Brain
Very inspiring. I could never hope to match the level of accuracy and authenticity of these models. I love Model Engineering but don't have the same time availability - I do watch a little TV with my wife.
Hi sir you are a very skilled hobby engineer. I'm in Maryborough Queensland Australia I'm a member of model engineers and live steams we build and run mostly 5 Inch gauge steam locomotives.Your work is second to none in scale engines well done very inspiring .
According to my investigations, James Watt was one of the first pioneers of thermodynamics.
David, It was a very great pleasure to meet you yesterday and have an all-too brief opportunity to see your incredible scale engines. It was impossible to express my thanks in the one line of the visitors'' book but I was extremely impressed, and that's an understatement. Thank you so much for the chance to see them. I very much enjoyed looking at just parts of your web site last night and look forward to deriving hours of pleasure looking at it very often from now on. Sincerely, Jeff Farrington
I must apologise for an error in my previous entry, where I stated "...in the 17th and 18th centuries”. I meant the 18th and 19th.
An impressive display and amazing explanation on how the various operational steam models worked. All of the latter, bar one, represent what no longer exist as an original build. So the models offer a great insight to what was functioning back in their days of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Hello David After all these years I’ve finally tracked you down, You may or may not remember me from yours and mine Baddeley Green days but I certainly remember you. I do remember seeing a couple of your models I your development building and so pleased you carried on with your passion they are amazing. I hope your keeping well David Pete ( Jacko )
Many thanks David for showing me your excellent models, which are pieces of modelled history. All worthy museum pieces. Roelf from Oegstgeest the Netherlands