Here is a list of all the postings br has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: BA sizes|
Loads on EBAY
£2.50 0 bids
or Best Offer
+ £2.45 postage
|Thread: In the for sale listings - photo will not load up in advert lssting|
Thanks Jason - appreciated.
Thanks reply Oldiron
Just clicked on 1 photo and it shows on my screen ?
Perhaps I have a computer fault?
Did it ok originally then listing disappered sodid a newlisting .Added photo and after witing a whilei get tis message below
Edited By br on 09/05/2021 17:25:22
Apprecaite this is out of order,
Just will not load to listing for some reason
Any help from a mod appreciated
|Thread: Swindon Wheel Castings|
I have inherited boxes of wheel castings, cylinders etc, nothing labelled, and other castings but would need to know some dimensions.
Diameter, no of spokes and throw would help.
PS I am disposing of my lathes and bits due to ill health so if I have them it will just cost him the postage but shout quick as about to weigh it all in
Edited By br on 07/05/2021 09:25:54
May be worth asking on the M E C H forum?
|Thread: Ebay scam|
Ebay scam ??
Did you accept his offer of £30 officially on ebay as normally once you do, ebay automatically ends the listing.
However, system errors can happen.
|Thread: Traction Talk forum|
Took THREE months.before I could log in. Site owner is Cornish - dreckly come to mind.
|Thread: Which lathe to purchase|
ML7 . There are three in the classilfied section, all suitable. Better than Chinese
Edited By br on 24/03/2021 16:56:25
|Thread: ME beam engine|
Michael Balch - PM sent
Edited By br on 14/03/2021 14:46:57
|Thread: Mystery 2&1/2" gauge 2-2-2 locomotive rolling chassis|
|Thread: A Cornish conundrum|
The 100 inch Grand Junction engine is the largest surviving single cylinder beam engine in the world. Built by Harvey & Co of Hayle in 1869, it first pumped water in 1871.
I think you will find the Cruquius was 144 inch diameter.
Edited By br on 07/03/2021 11:38:36
Edited By br on 07/03/2021 11:56:36
|Thread: Paillon when Silver Soldering?|
A Paillon a sheet of thin metallic foil used decoratively in enameling and gilding.
|Thread: Boiler manufacture|
Your boiler certiicate was issued 3 years prior to them being taken over.
Stuart / Cheddar were involved.
Morewood , as far as I rember was the surname of the proprietor .
Andy Meakin at Stuarts more be able to help
Jerry at Clevedon steam worked for Cheddar so he may be worth contacting
|Thread: Brazing silver steel: any caveats/recommendations?|
Edited By br on 04/03/2021 10:38:34
Edited By br on 04/03/2021 10:40:13
|Thread: TOPIC VARIETY|
Sorry I criticised and now getting fed up with people picking me up on it.
Best I refrain from posting anymore,
Before anybody has anything to say about that, I certainly am not in a huff over it just well disappointed.
When someone calls for more models, CAD, steam locos, or whatever, or wants to crush other subjects, they are criticising the members who take the time to post, not the Magazine Editors, or the Publisher.
Edited By br on 20/02/2021 17:46:40
Edited By br on 20/02/2021 17:55:36
ABOUT makes much more sense Howard, and agree who do need the folk as you say.
Well I certainly commented - you did a brilliant job on sorting the cylinder in particular.
Doc was very supportive of you.
Threads like yours, the more the merrier.
PS. I will be honest and say I have no interest in threads on lathes, and machining.
Yes Gary, you make a valid point.
Mods are very fair, said it before, but happy to say it again to avoid confusion.
Edited By br on 20/02/2021 13:48:53
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