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Lionheart models steel mineral wagons


hmrspaul

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Dear all

 

OK the non disclaimer, I did help with some information for these wagons.

 

I don't think this newish range of 16 ton mineral wagons have been mentioned on here before. The full range is illustrated at http://www.lionhearttrains.com/modeldetails.php?page=models&mid=2 It includes unfitted welded (diag 108) and rivetted (diag 109) versions, the early vacuum brake type (diag 1/114), later VB (diag 108) and rebody without top flap door. Early and later liveries are available. They run very well, with a form of compensation.

 

The rivetted mineral is very fine, and is possibly the first time this prototype has been available in 7mm. http://ebormodelrail.fotopic.net/p68252615.html http://ebormodelrail.fotopic.net/p68252617.html

 

Paul Bartlett

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Paul

 

Impressive!

 

Almost enough to make you go into 'O' guage!

 

Mark Saunders

 

 

Don't be tempted - out of idle curiosity, I bought a Slaters Palvan kit whilst away away on a course to give me something to do in the evening - BIG BIG EXPENSIVE mistake - totally hooked on "O" gauge now too :blink:

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Don't be tempted - out of idle curiosity, I bought a Slaters Palvan kit whilst away away on a course to give me something to do in the evening - BIG BIG EXPENSIVE mistake - totally hooked on "O" gauge now too :blink:

 

I think many of us started that way!:lol:

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