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That looks very much like a Lilla i used to know, although a lot smaller.. Love the railway.

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Nice one Berry! "Today we are looking through the square window"  :no: Is this loco based on an existing Roundhouse chassis/boiler set up or is it a new one?

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Very nice.

 

I remember when the real thing was a garden locomotive, through tye1960s, when her then owner, Mr Latham, restored her outside his front door in suburban Woking. He was kind enough to let me explore the loco, and his other one (William Finlay? Townsend Hook? One of those two), early one Saturday morning, when I prevailed upon my family to get off a passing bus to see them, thereby delaying my grandmother's weekly shopping trip "into town".

 

Kevin

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Bob, it's completely new. The valve gear is the proven internal VG Roundhouse have used on previous internal VG models but all new parts to create a scale chassis. The loco is small compared to its stablemates in the current range. A scale fully detailed model and a superb runner to boot!

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Does anyone know how to remove the saddle tank so it can be lined?

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