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Released today is Sheet BL188 - BR Diagram 1/063 CONFLAT LD wagons and Diagram 3/400 LD hopper containers for dolomite traffic.

 

Full details are on the Cambridge Custom Transfers website.

 

As to the reason for this new release - watch the model railway press; all will be revealed !

 

John Isherwood.

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3 hours ago, Michael Hodgson said:

Or maybe this ...

 

There's quite a number of oddball containers described in this 

http://www.igg.org.uk/rail/5-unit/unitload1.htm

including some drawings of type A containers loaded at 90 degrees from normal - did they really do that ??

 

 

Suffice to say that I take the content of that site with a modicum of caution.

 

CJI.

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Just now, cctransuk said:

 

Suffice to say that I take the content of that site with a modicum of caution.

 

CJI.

 

Having seen the item in question, I can assure members that we are talking about the CONFLAT LD and LD containers.

 

The transfer sheet is available to purchase now - see the CCT website.

 

John Isherwood.

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3 hours ago, cctransuk said:

 

Having seen the item in question, I can assure members that we are talking about the CONFLAT LD and LD containers.

 

The transfer sheet is available to purchase now - see the CCT website.

 

John Isherwood.

Nice to see the transfers available. Putting the ones together for the prototype "kit" was a bit of a struggle i believe. 

Too see how to get the wagon, go to this months EM70's up date here.

 

http://www.emgauge70s.co.uk/model_omwb183.html

 

Paul J.

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4 hours ago, cctransuk said:

 

Having seen the item in question, I can assure members that we are talking about the CONFLAT LD and LD containers.

 

The transfer sheet is available to purchase now - see the CCT website.

 

John Isherwood.

 

I have just been authorised to publish this photo, which will provide a little more idea of the form of the model.

 

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Regards,

John Isherwood,

Cambridge Custom Transfers.

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On 15/09/2021 at 18:24, cctransuk said:

 

I have just been authorised to publish this photo, which will provide a little more idea of the form of the model.

 

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Regards,

John Isherwood,

Cambridge Custom Transfers.

 

A further authorised photo of the completed model with Cambridge Custom Transfers applied.

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John Isherwood.

 

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A link within a link, published on RMweb, led me to this : -

 

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4960216

 

...... and that caused me to research the prototypes - LMS Diagrams 1669, 1893/4 & 1941/2 iron ore hoppers; (also used by BR at least for limestone traffic).

 

As a direct consequence I present my latest addition to the Cambridge Custom Transfers range :-

 

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I will be posting full details at https://www.cctrans.org.uk/products.htm  within the next few minutes.

 

John Isherwood,

Cambridge Custom Transfers.

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  • 2 weeks later...

More new sheets of transfers; again prompted by the release of 3D printing design files.

 

BL190 covers BR diagrams 1/163, 1/165, 1/166 & 1/167 25.5T and 33.5T iron ore hoppers.

 

Sheets BL191 to BL194 are dedicated sheets covering just one diagram, for those who wish to build block trains.

 

Full details can be found at https://www.cctrans.org.uk/products.htm

 

John Isherwood.

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