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Daniel Gee

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    Redwick Town Engine Shed
  • Interests
    WW2, WW1, Mixed Traffic, Pre Grouping, Grouping, Preservation, Industrial

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  1. How do i take the body off of one of these without breaking the tabs that hold said body in place?

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    1. Harlequin

      Harlequin

      Please ask questions in an appropriate forum/topic. Thanks.

       

  2. (Im Sorry For The Inconvenience!)

    If you see a Bachmann Junior Greg (Analogue Controlled) for sale could you link me to it please? 

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    1. tomparryharry

      tomparryharry

      There are one or two going through 'Bay at the moment. Try typing in Bachmann Junior, or Bachmann Thomas

    2. Daniel Gee

      Daniel Gee

      I can not seem to find it.

      Thank You for the tip off though!

  3. I might get the collectors club B4 and Sussex. Dan
  4. Does anyone know where I can get declas that read

    "W & S" in gold for oo gauge? About 1.5 - 2 MM high.

    And where can i get (Dark Grey) replacement piston rods for the Honrby W4 Peckett?

    (I need them for a thing - Its classified)

    1. Corbs

      Corbs

      The rods should be easy enough to paint I would think.

       

      I'm planning to make some Wellsworth and Suddery transfers at some point in the next few months once I get up and running ;) 

    2. wainwright1

      wainwright1

      Fox Transfers do or did alphabets in gold in a variety of styles and sizes.

       

      All the best

      Ray

    3. Daniel Gee

      Daniel Gee

      Thank You!

      (@Corbs How did you know that I was modelling the Wellsworth & Suddery Railway?)

  5. Does anyone know where I can get a track piece where  a OO-9 line crosses over a OO gauge line?

  6. "heres one i built earlier" Blue Peter moment right there.
  7. "heres one i built earlier" Blue Peter moment right there.
  8. Where can I get a copy of this book?

     

    "The Island Of Sodor: Its People, History And Railways"

    1. PhilEakins

      PhilEakins

      Try Abe books online: abebooks.co.uk.

    2. John M Upton

      John M Upton

      Rarer than hens teeth.  If you do by some miracle find a copy, expect to pay a very large amount of money for it.  Last one I saw was £250+

    3. Daniel Gee
  9. How much for instructions for the wagon itself ? I was thinking a short wagon for hay bales on a light railway for a farm.
  10. Where did you get the "Fry's Somerdale" water slide decals. Could I have a link to them if possible?
  11. This is my layout plan. The Waiting room and other things (canopy & fence) will span all of the 1st platform and the canopy will span all of the island platform, the tunnel just leads to the fiddle yard. In my family's word i just "Want a space to play trains" (my late great-grandad would disagree with that statement as he was the man who got me interested in model railways and railways in general. He took me to the NRM when I was 3 which set my love for railways of with a BANG!)
  12. Ayup! Because i do not have the space for a full layout and because i am arachnophobic (so i am not going into the loft/attic) Because of these factors, i have decided to construct a shunting layout. Because of this I am thinking of purchasing these from scalemodelscenery.co.uk : Layout baseboard: https://www.scalemodelscenery.co.uk/bb018-micro-layout-baseboard-in-a-box-2-730-x-95-x-207mm-8706-p.asp Fiddle Yard: https://www.scalemodelscenery.co.uk/bb022-twin-track-photo-plank--fiddle-yard--dcc-programming-track-baseboard-400mm-x-150mm-9189-p.asp I
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