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  1. Main line LNER pre-grouping carriages were given a teak livery until the livery change of 1928, there after they were painted coach brown. The change usually came when the stock was replaced by standard coaches and were allocated to secondary services.
  2. I have some new North British Railway wagons. These are same format as the HR ones, one piece 3D prints, with only a few smaller items needing to be glued in place. All have sprung buffers, sprung suspensions and 3-link couplings. The types produced are: BWK0700 NBR D77 3 Plank fixed side wagon BWK0701 NBR D55 4 Plank fixed side wagon All are available in both 4 and 7 mm scales. The 4mm versions are offered in P4/EM and 00 versions. The price for all the 4mm scale versions is £17.50 each The prices for the 7mm scale version are: BWK0700 ……… £47.50 BWK0701 ……… £50.00 UK Postage for all is £4.70 for up to 15, 4mm items or 10, 7mm ones. All these wagons can be ordered from the Mousa Models website. BWK0700 BWK0701
  3. I have been busy over the holidays with some new Highland Railway wagons. These are essentially one piece 3D prints, with old a few smaller items needing to be glued in place. All have sprung buffers, sprung suspensions and 3-link couplings. The types produced are: BWK1103 HR Drummond D.15 Open Wagon Type E BWK1104 HR Jones D.19 Open Wagon Type B with no doors and 3’7" wheels BWK1107 HR Jones D1 Open Wagon Type A BWK1108 HR Jones D1 Open Wagon Type A with sheep flakes All are available in both 4 and 7 mm scales. The 4mm versions are offered in P4/EM and 00 versions. The price for all the 4mm scale versions is £17.50 each The prices for the 7mm scale version are: BWK1103 ……… £50.00 BWK1104 ……… £50.00 BWK1107 ……… £50.00 BWK1108 ……… £55.00 UK Postage for all is £4.70 for up to 15, 4mm items or 10, 7mm ones. BWK1103 BWK1104 BWK1107 BWK1108
  4. Corse, if you really want to go big on biodiversity, what you need is a nuclear accident.... Jus sayin..
  5. Weight for weight, just as much as vegans... Same as for any animal that eats green leaves (except kangaroos)
  6. Well... If Carbon Neutral ever comes to pass we will be riding horses, or walking. With that do?
  7. So I see. Your photo shows a chamfer on the bore of the inner bearings so some questions Are all 4 inner bearings the same? If not, then chafer off the edge of the bore with a bigger than 2mm drill. You can do this holding the drill in a pin vice Do the axles enter partway into the bushes and then stop? In which case there is a burr on the inner face of the bush. The best way of removing this is with a reamer. If neither of these are true then I suspect the you have some bushes that have been made from drawn tube rather than being machined. Drawn tube is notoriously inaccurate in the bore. That being true I would suggest that tyou remove all the bearing and go an buy machined ones fro someone like Alan Gibson.
  8. I think that is the answer. As I remember soldering sections of tube together ended up just as effective as the etchings.
  9. Copyright on works produced for commercial purposes, which will include postcards, lasts for 70 years after first publication. So any postcard sold before 1949 is out of copyright. Copyright on 'works of art', which includes amateur photography, lasts for 70 after the death of the author. The law requires that you make your 'best efforts' to contact Mr Beckerlegge or his heirs to find out what the position of the copyright is and maybe ask permission to use it. The worst thing that can happen is that such heirs can sue you for their supposed lost. AIUI the problems for Andy, and Warners, will come mainly from photos that originate in commercial image libraries and from museums who are allowed to add their own reproduction rules to images that are well out of copyright.
  10. This is the present list of wheels: Wheel List.pdf
  11. What links are those? I've not sent out a newsletter for years.
  12. Sorry no, they were only ever a proof of concept
  13. Further to that, unless the print or negative comes with a complete documented history, they is no guarantee that the vendor had the rights to sell the copyright.
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