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Quintus

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    North Dorset
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    7mm scale, Standard and Narrow Gauge

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  1. A standard gauge Peckett prepares to go off shed whilst a narrow gauge Bagnall passes an abandoned Austin Ruby with a train of v skips
  2. A Minerva iron mink, straight out of the box and weathered.
  3. Fletcher Jennings Stanley trundling along the Waterloo Tramway
  4. The Bagnall heading past Newton Heath Works with clay for the weathering beds
  5. 34051 Winston Churchill must have been one of the last pacifics to work a regular service train over the S&D. They sent her up from Bournemouth as the booked class 4 had failed. Can't remember the date but certainly late 1965. I was a fireman at Templecombe at the time.
  6. Ex S&D bulldog 43216 engaged in some shunting at Melcombe Magna
  7. A couple of photos of S&D Bulldog 43216 at Melcombe Magna
  8. Newton Heath Works, the Fletcher Jennings by the Foreman's office. The loco is a 7mm scale 3D print by EDM Models and runs on a Dapol B4 chassis.
  9. Not a garage, but in the same vein at Bleanau Ffestiniog. Magic! Photos taken 2013
  10. I have a Dapol 8750 with which I am very satisfied. Running is excellent on DC. I have changed the (rather short) whistle & shield with one from Warren Shephard, and added spare lamp irons on the running plate. If the smoke box plate is not required I would think it easy enough to remove and fill the resulting hole in the smoke box door. There are plenty of photos of panniers in GW livery with a smoke box door plate ( early BR), just depends on your chosen period. The Minerva 8750 looks very nice but has incorrect tank fillers.
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