The D10 is a GBL D11 with the detail cut off and for instance wire handrails fitted, a new cab, smoke box frames, etc. the chassis is a D11 kit one, I do not remember which. The tender frames are scratch built.
The horsebox is a d&s kit built gcr horsebox. The only bit I have added is a photocopy of a real wagon plate to round off the frames
the gcr petrol railcar is next. It was the only one and it ran to and from bollington so was known as the bollington bug. It ran with the engine compartment door open a lot of the time which I sometimes feel I should have modeled. It is based on a 3d print from recreation 21 for the body, though I did realign the exhaust on the roof as it is printed centrally and it should be off to the side. The chassis comes from a USA ho tram with one set of bogie frames lengthened . It still needs the gcr transfers fitted.
The 4 wheel stock are mousa models kits with added underframe gubbins. There are a full brake, a first, a third, a composite and a third brake. Finished off with a cct body from a kit, and scratch built chassis. TG The loco was picked as it was gcr, I know it is too late but I have yet to build the one which will ultimately pull the train. It is on the build list but as most must be built, it is taking me a time to do so. We seek your forgiveness.
The last is my 12at 2-4-0 chassis scratch built by Tony, I tried to finish it but needed Tony’s magic wand to fettle the running gear to make it run properly. The body is scratch built by me mostly out of plastic but with a brass boiler , firebox and smokebox. Tony also helped by providing the chimney and dome from his spares box. It needs the rods and crank pins fettled and finished off. Then brake rods and transfers to finish it off. The photo highlights just how shaky the hand lining is in places.
It it was a great session running the layout, thank you Tony......and obviously Mo for the wonderful meals.