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More ironmongery

The cast iron brackets have found a home, above a workshop in the retaining wall. This area is based off the warehouse behind the L&MR’s Liverpool Road Station, and since it had many wagon turntables, one will eventually be added where the horse shunting is. At the other end of the yard a pipe has been installed from the  chimney of the stationary engine going into the annex of the station, where one assumes it is directed into the giant chimney-stack on top of said annex. So it probably now

Florence Locomotive Works

Florence Locomotive Works

 

Ironmongery

As I’m stuck at home right now, and school doesn’t have much for me to do at the moment, I am moving on much faster than I anticipated. I suppose I should post an overall view of the “layout” (if it’s worthy of that title) to show what I’m working with. I have four of these rather lovely “cast iron” brackets, but I I’ve nothing to use them on, so I’m looking for suggestions. Probably not a canopy tho, as I think it would look wrong in such a small setting, but maybe not. I’ve also installed some
 

The station

The station has been puzzling me for a while now. Originality it was the building in pic 1, which I made out of card and wood around two years ago. (Canopy brackets are from Alexander models). I was just slightly obsessed with the GWR back then, hence why it might resemble that. I haven’t been able to find very much about L&MR stations at all, other than the one that’s a museum in Manchester. I did see an illustration of Liverpool Crown St., which I will probably use as the inspiration for t
 

Creating Atlas

The first picture is of my only current L&MR locomotive, Atlas. It started off life as a Bachmann John Bull (one of the first locos in the USA), which meant it had a cow catcher and headlamp the size of a stage light. These I removed within near minutes of acquisition, and they’re absence greatly improved the engine. I managed to find what appears to be a drawing made around 1896 of the John Bull when it first arrived. The dome was moved to over the inspection hole, and the inspection while
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