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  1. It's great to see the preserved railways open again after restrictions. Here we see an unusual visitor to the P & D line in the shape of a S160 class Omaha 2253 leaving Goodrington. What a beast.
  2. Mother of God !

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    2. Barry Ten

      Barry Ten

      and the wee donkey.

    3. Huw Griffiths

      Huw Griffiths

      Must be scary if we're getting to hear about him!

    4. woodenhead

      woodenhead

      Mother of Dragons

  3. @Graham_Muz A friend is asking if he bought one in olive he would need to change the wheels to Gibson Mansell for a late 40s layout.
  4. Having seen the new Hornby SR gangwayed luggage van I'm tempted to supplement the bogie B with one. https://southern-railway.com/2021/05/01/the-all-new-Hornby-sr-gangwayed-bogie-luggage-vans-arrive/
  5. I'll have to run it earlier then. N class mogul 1848 of Exmouth Junction heads west with a route familiarisation turn to Plymouth.
  6. Time Left: 24 days and 10 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • USED - unboxed, modified and evidence of use

    Offers considered for this unwanted body for the 57xx class pannier from Mainline now Bachmann. Detailed with red lamps , etched plates and fire irons .It's in 1930s Great Western livery ,it's a bit dusty and needs a new home.

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

  7. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED - unboxed, modified and evidence of use

    Offers considered for this professionally built Comet OO chassis for the Hornby/Dapol/Airfix 14xx. Needs a new pick up on one of the drivers and has a small Mashima motor.

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

  8. Not long to wait till the bank holiday weekend as we see a few more of 4870 on a short train of van and a brake composite.
  9. Not at all, I want it to go to a good home and made use of.
  10. 48xx class 4870, still in wartime black livery, rounds the curve approaching Brent in the spring of 1947.
  11. Now with an added van of Southern origin and seen amongst the trees. 4870 is still in her wartime black livery.
  12. Your friend should put his money on the Accurascale model. I have. Remember we have Mike @The Stationmaster involved in this project.
  13. Followers of this thread might like to take advantage of a clearout I'm having by checking out the classifieds. Also coming soon are a Comet kit built 14xx chassis with a Mashima motor and a Mainline 57xx body, if anyone's interested.
  14. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED - unboxed, modified and evidence of use

    A reasonable quality kit built body of the old K's GWR 44xx. Plenty of weight from the whitemetal construction. Chassis available in a separate advert.

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

  15. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED - unboxed, modified and evidence of use

    Offers sought for this kit built chassis from Perserverance that features a sought after Mashima 1420 motor, also has an etched brass gearbox and Romford Markits drivers. It used to be fitted under a K's body but never used after Bachmann released their similar 45xx model. I reckon it could be dismantled and re-gauged to EM/P4. See my separate advert for the body.

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

  16. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED - unboxed, modified and evidence of use

    Offers sought for this kit built chassis from Perserverance that features a sought after Mashima 1420 motor, also has an etched brass gearbox and Romford Markits drivers. It used to be fitted under a Lima body but never used after Bachmann released their model. I reckon it could be dismantled and re-gauged to EM/P4.

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

  17. Newton Abbott had three of the aircraft named Castles allocated in 1947. Spitfire, Hurricane and Beaufort. Here's a few more of 5071.
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