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MiltonF

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  1. Out of curiosity, has anyone bashed the Dapol pug kit with the Dapol/Hornby rtr? I can see it being "useful" if someone wanted the original buffers and exposed crossheads.
  2. I know this is a bit of a cop-out answer, but in any property which had a sizeable yard I'd just build an element-proof shed. Perhaps a trailer on wheels, if we're going with the idea that it can't be a permanent fixture that cannot be repurposed.
  3. Thanks for helping me out with that. I'm going to have a couple different avonside/industrial locos but unfortunately, there are very few that have kits made for them and in terms of information, it's hard to figure out what's what. Even more confusing is that many industrial customers ordered their models to a customized design, no one 0-4-0st seems to be the same.
  4. It will be 4mm scale, I should have stated That's good to see. Do you think the 3rd image is of the same class? Or something different?
  5. Hi, I've been planning an Avonside 0-4-0st for a layout of mine, and I cannot find any drawings that describe it. However, there is a very similar locomotive, Trojan, which looks like it may be either a sister class following the same rough dimensions, or indeed a member of the same class. There are some dimensional discrepancies, such as the length of the running plate beyond the cylinders, and, of course, the saddle tank. Other than that, they appear to be incredibly similar, almost identical. I'm almost comfortable with using these plans and modifying the tank. Does anyone know if they are
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