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Garethp8873

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    A volunteer on the Severn Valley and a railway photographer. Mainly dealing in photographs of rolling stock.

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  1. Several years ago I had the pleasure of my photo of SVR residing ICI Hopper 19129 being featured in the BRM magazine. Several years I was able to see it's sister hopper 19052 (3252) at Kidderminster Station today following a repaint this month. Really impressed with the job
  2. Several years ago I had the pleasure of my photo of SVR residing ICI Hopper 19129 being featured in the BRM magazine. Several years I was able to see it's sister hopper 19052 (3252) at Kidderminster Station today following a repaint this month. Really impressed with the job
  3. Has anyone ever seen any photos of GWR Iron Mink Vans in BR livery? Preferably in general service rather than stores or sand vans etc
  4. Blue does suit the Pannier very well. Infact I did think at first you had a 3650 when it was in it's Stephenson Clarke livery.
  5. Watched the launch video thinking I wouldn't need one but once I saw Talavera in LMS Black I was hooked! Just wondering now whether the Improved Precedent Class will give Bachmann the opportunity to look at the LNWR Cauliflower Class and several other LNWR locomotives that utilse the same tender?
  6. WANTED - A Bachmann GWR/BR 3000 ROD and Hornby GWR/BR Grange with 4000g tender boxes for a unboxed GWR ROD and Grange. Please PM me if you can help. ATB, Garethp8873.
  7. Got three more for you. Found in the new Great Western, 0-6-2 Tank Classes book, GWR 5600, 5611 and 5688 in grotesque livery but in War Black! Also mentioned is 5681. The description it states she is in post-war GWR livery but I think it is GWR green rather than black.
  8. The GWR Ballast wagons we have on the SVR are; 40841 (P5 of 1893) 60562 (P2 of 1900) 60906 (P14 of circa 1915) 80603 (P15 of 1935-7) 80684 (P15 of 1936-7) 80225 (P15 of 1937) 30903 (P18 of 1939) If you need snaps, just browse my Flickr. I do have snaps the Didcot ones too
  9. Yes there is. P.37 of No.1 The 0-6-2 Tank Papers Books (5600-5699). Photographed on 6th July 1947 at Barry Shed There is quite a few 56/6600 in the two books with the Grotesque lettering on them.
  10. As stated previously, the GWR Grotesque livery is one I fully welcome and I'm pleased to see Revolution have decided to add this unique and rarely mentioned livery to it's range. The livery is also making a first time appearance on a RTR model so again kudos to Revolution. Whilst I do not model in N gauge, I do hope the model of 5644 in this livery will encourage other manufacturers to add this livery to their range of GWR locomotives. I have even seen the livery on a Kerr Stuart built GWR Pannier which was surprising. Garethp8873.
  11. And that'll be my Terriers sorted until GWR 5 and a Wartime Black version are done
  12. Please be aware guys my photos are not the best standard. There are people who do better photos of these models. Bar a very tiny nip of metal just under the shirtbutton in my first photo, the model is excellent. I am very pleased with it and I am now looking forward to receiving SR 2644 in the near future.
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