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67492 on glendevon

Posted by kingfisher24 , 24 August 2012 - * * * * - · 409 views

At the cupar show a couple of weeks ago i too the oppertunity of getting some snaps of my latest completed project. i took these snaps early on the sunday morning before the show opened, and in natural light. as the sun was filtering nicely through the corn exchange windows.

the first shot is of the loco preparing to depart...


more of glendevon

Posted by kingfisher24 , 31 May 2012 - * * * * - · 575 views

at the club tonight we put the whole layout up as it is going to the the dundee show in july, so i took the oppertunity to play and take some more pics at the same time.

carrick knowe halt enamel station sign

two views of the halt looking toward the road bridge which carries the road that leads to the...


In and around Glendevon.

Posted by kingfisher24 , 22 May 2012 - * * * * - · 767 views

I decided tonight to take some snaps of various locos on the layout and while i was at it some photos of the rest of the layout.

this layout is older than i am and still wins awards. the track plan is based on moffat but, as the name suggests the layout is meant to be in the fife area served by trains from thornton or maybe perth. when i run it i use...


ex NB J88 No 68334

Posted by kingfisher24 , 22 May 2012 - * * * * - · 745 views

my J88 conversion is progressing steadilly, the loco is complete now and has been painted and numbered etc. i decided the other nyte that the cab needed to be altered, i knew it would not be right if i had left is as it was so took the plunge and had a go and, it turned out well. although looking at the pics from this evening, it does need a bit more...


ex North British J88 0-6-0

Posted by kingfisher24 , 15 May 2012 - - - - - - · 1,207 views

i have recently been working on a conversion of an old Mianline J72 body into a reasonable model of a J88 mainly by simply shortening the body and re-shaping the chimney and, i am now working on the cab.

i finally managed to obtain a terrier chassis to fit underneath this conversion as this is the only chassis i can think of that is both rtr and anywhere...

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