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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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