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About this blog

I'm mulling over a supplement to my GWR locomotive development book.
New sketches I prepare will appear here (in small size).  Comments and corrections on the original (be nice!) and suggestions for content in the supplement welcome.
 

If you are planning a model of any of the locomotives featured in this blog you are very welcome to contact me and I'll see if there's anything I can do to assist you in researching for your model. 

 

https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/An-Introduction-to-Great-Western-Locomotive-Development-Hardback/p/14507

 

 

 

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Port Talbot Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST - GWR 808 Class

These Hudswell-Clarke built locomotives were delivered to the Port Talbot in 1900/01. They weren't given any major rebuilds under the GWR but were lightly westernised. They were withdrawn in the late 1920s/early 1930s, with some sold into industry, . One has survived and is a popular and successful locomotive in preservation. In spite of being basically an industrial shunter type she works heritage line trains very capably.

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