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1 hour ago, Adrian Stevenson said:

O Gauge GWR Loco Coal Wagon just about finished last night. Needs the wheel rims cleaning off to complete. Built from a Slaters kit.

 

Cheers, Ade.

 

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I see nothing in this picture that says; its not the real thing, Ade, just superb.

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Another one of my attempts at modeling an era of modeling, rather than modeling an era, if that makes any sense.

 

 

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Figure 1: Work being carried out on a clockwork Bing for Bassett Lowke ex LNWR George the Fifth, circa 1924.

 

The actual engine in the photo is indeed a clockwork Bing for Bassett Lowke George the Fifth, made in late 1911.

 

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2 hours ago, Florence Locomotive Works said:

Another one of my attempts at modeling an era of modeling, rather than modeling an era, if that makes any sense.

 

 

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Figure 1: Work being carried out on a clockwork Bing for Bassett Lowke ex LNWR George the Fifth, circa 1924.

 

The actual engine in the photo is indeed a clockwork Bing for Bassett Lowke George the Fifth, made in late 1911.

 

Douglas


That’s a really interesting take on the subject matter. Very good I must say.

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On a misty morning Banger Blue 37206 brings in a rake of wagons to Bridge End Sidings, Seven Mills. The Driver is already out of the Cab to uncouple.

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12 hours ago, Cowley 47521 said:


I absolutely love that. Without looking it up I think it’s an AEC Mandator?

Mammoth Major. It started out as an Oxford diescast Hoveringham tipper. I repainted it, added my own decals, some details, and the hooklift body, which is a 3D-print.

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9 hours ago, Ruston said:

Mammoth Major. It started out as an Oxford diescast Hoveringham tipper. I repainted it, added my own decals, some details, and the hooklift body, which is a 3D-print.

Silly question when was that type of demountable body introduced? ....

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2P or not 2P...
S&DJR 2P Class 4-4-0 clatters past with a north bound local, consisting of a ecletic rake of S&DJR 4- & 6-wheel coaches.

 

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