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I really must get some modelling done - not to mention the fact I must get out more!

 

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IndSt026 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt027 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt028 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt031 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt032 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt034 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt039 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt048 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt065 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt071 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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IndSt073 by PaulBrysn, on Flickr

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I'm starting to think every last one built has been photted by someone somewhere......

 

If only! There are designs which seem to have gone almost totally unnoticed - I've got quite a number of photos that are from others, and Peter Fidczuk worked hard at getting the more unusual for his Modellers Backtrack articles, but there are hardly any photos at all of diag 1/101 version - mine are after years in internal use http://PaulBartlett.zenfolio.com/brmowtmineral/e1c90d53f http://PaulBartlett.zenfolio.com/brmowtmineral/e13aa9b14

 

Paul Bartlett

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This guy who posts as 'Lost Albion' has some great images.

 

 

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A Wellingborough Ruston - 1 by Lost-Albion, on Flickr

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Agecroft Power Station - RSW by Lost-Albion, on Flickr

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Electrics at Kearsley by Lost-Albion, on Flickr

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Snibston Colliery 1977 by Lost-Albion, on Flickr

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In the bleak mid-winter by Lost-Albion, on Flickr

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St Dunstan by Lost-Albion, on Flickr

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Bolsover Colliery by Lost-Albion, on Flickr

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Bedlay Colliery by Lost-Albion, on Flickr

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7029 at Mollington St in March 1967 after turning, with wagons for the gas works on the right.

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I wonder what causes those horizontal rust lines across the wagon when it seems like there's no obvious welding in of repair plates.

 

Andy

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I wonder what causes those horizontal rust lines across the wagon when it seems like there's no obvious welding in of repair plates.

 

Andy

 

Butt welding of part sheets.

 

Mike.

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Interesting clerestory coach in the engineers' train.  Any idea what it might be?

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Interesting clerestory coach in the engineers' train.  Any idea what it might be?

It'll be running with the Breakdown crane. Mess or Tool Van. I think I read somewhere it had a modified open end and housed some hydraulic re-railing equipment.

Probably came from York but equally it could be fron Tees-side.

 

Edit. On a second look it's not the coach that housed the Hydraulic Equipment. It doesn't appear to be a NER loco on it neither so the crane may not be from York Or T-side...

 

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Thanks Porcy.  I assumed that it was present as a mess van but was really thinking more of its origins rather than its breakdown train duties.  I was just intrigued by a clerestory coach still in service, albeit with the engineers, in 1959

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Can someone comment on the appropriateness of images like this?  A guy on Flickr has a photostream jb303 where he's pulled together the works of a lot of people relating to Leeds area pics, and there's a rich seam of pics including 16T wagons.  Where the work isn't his, he's quoted the copyright owner, but there's no link to eg another pic on Flickr where said owner has published his work  Does this fall foul of Forum rules?  The link displayed here doesn't show the original author, but clicking on it takes you to jb303 on Flickr where the author is quoted.

 

 

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East & West Yorkshire Union Railway: Robin Hood. 1959. by jb303, on Flickr

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Really enjoying all these great photos guys,keep it up

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