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  1. Far more like for a grain elevator of some form for unloading the barges of grain for the mill.
  2. Chard Station https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@50.8784969,-2.9548485,3a,75y,82.56h,76.59t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sDNOmeGib1jgPgLSBNHgrkg!2e0!6s%2F%2Fgeo0.ggpht.com%2Fcbk%3Fpanoid%3DDNOmeGib1jgPgLSBNHgrkg%26output%3Dthumbnail%26cb_client%3Dmaps_sv.tactile.gps%26thumb%3D2%26w%3D203%26h%3D100%26yaw%3D195.21033%26pitch%3D0%26thumbfov%3D100!7i13312!8i6656 Also the Ilminster Station drawings in RM May 2011, with Hatch Beauchamp the same as Ilminster. Also drawings in MRC July and August 1983 of the OW&WR stations including Charlbury Now found there as well. MRC July 1962 Taplo
  3. The photo on page 86 of GWR Coaches part 1 is of a Churchward coach as the solebar has the angles on the outside against Dean coaches as these had the smooth side on the outside.
  4. https://slatersplastikard.com/linePage.php?code=7C08 If you look at the solebar under the hinges of the fourth door from the left you could see what might be the gauge so, as this is a photo of a 7mm built kit did the castings for these were only done in 7mm and not 4mm as yours is.
  5. Looking in the Russell part 2 book on page 44 there is a Dia. N and on page 45 there is a Dia. L and to me if you took the sides from the driving end size/layout to the end of the second set of cross seats ie the first 19' 2 1/2" (9' + 1 1/4" + 5' + 1 1/4" + 5') and put this at the other side of the vestibule in the same direction the hard part will be done for you as you will have to just fill in the 1' 4 1/4 where the luggage compartment is also longer.
  6. The parts on the bottom right are most likely the castings for the toilet tanks fillers on the E37 kit so not needed for your kit.
  7. There is still so much unknown what will happen in the next few months and yet what the situation will be like this time next year if there is another spike in numbers. Yes there are also a chance of new conditions in the hiring of the venue which could push up the price/make in not usable to contend with as well. Yes there will be some shows which will not take place but there is always some go for various reasons but, most will do their best to carry on sometimes in different format to make them work to the new rules and vast number of the model railway punters will come out in force to them
  8. I think C22 then a K22 a C3a then another with a CAE7N profile so could be another C3a coach.
  9. Staying about people complaining about local things, a couple of years ago I made a complaint about the noise the church bells were making to a lady who had come out of the practise and she asked what the problem was and I said take the mufflers off so I could hear them properly. I can't remember what she said but she was taken back by it due to the lack of noise and, not too much which most people complain about.
  10. Johnathan it was Mr Penrhos who was the OP so he should know about his own very useful website.
  11. There is a group from Minehead trying to get commuter trains running from there to Taunton but when asked who is going to man the SB out of the hours the WSR run replies came back that they had it sorted and when asked how they said they couldn't say so which people took as they didn't have any idea how to do it. It can't be run as a long siding as two SB will have to be manned due the the LC at both Williton and Blue Anchor stations. Also the stations will have their character destroyed when the bus shelters/ticket machines/modern lighting comes onto the platforms to be up to the current stan
  12. Looks like the QB stock is in the normal siding beyond the SB at BL.
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