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#1 47845

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 19:10

Where to start!?

Several years ago I had quite a collection of live steam and electrics in 3.5" and 5" gauge. I sold up to return to smaller scale modelling which I have been doing for a number of years now. The modelling has become my day job and my mojo had disappeared so have returned to big stuff.

First of all my main toy, A modified sweet pea. Brand new and unsteamed. A couple of niggles to sort before comissioning.

36377697053_bd7f4322d2_k.jpgNew 5" gauge project by 47845, on Flickr


Started making up some track panels for a run down the garden when the loco is finished!
36377696353_087ef948a6_k.jpgNew 5" gauge project by 47845, on Flickr

Finally an overall view of the business end of the garage... plenty still to do!
36793918800_923461dae2_k.jpgNew 5" gauge project by 47845, on Flickr
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#2 Builder01

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Posted 02 December 2017 - 01:57

Hi Sweet Pea Owner,

 

Did you buy, or, build this loco? Looks like 5" gauge, you have not said.

 

David








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