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31/2" Canterbury Lamb building instructions

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Robert Thompson 309/01/2015 07:06:45
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Hi all,

Does anybody have the "words and music" for the 31/2" Canterbury Lamb Invicta that i could purchase As described in Vol 107-108

Many Thanks

Bob Thompson

Weary09/01/2015 12:57:56
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Mr Thompson,

I might be able to assist you. If you want, perhaps send me an email or Message through this site and I will get back to you. It may take me a couple of days to respond as somehow I have allowed real life to get in the way of model-engineering!

Regards,

Phil

fizzy09/01/2015 14:23:03
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I dont, but having used the drawings as a basis for my near complete 7 1/4 I can tell you that there is a dimensional error relating to the line up of the valve chest linkagages/centrline, watch out for it!

Robert Thompson 309/01/2015 14:29:56
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hi Fizzy Thanks for the warning

Regards

Bob

fizzy11/01/2015 00:44:46
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and there's something amiss with the tender brake linkages....

Robert Thompson 311/01/2015 09:50:19
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ok thanks for that

Alan Littler 107/04/2020 06:16:11
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Hi just joined this site [ living in Australia] I am building a Canterbury Lamb does anyone know where I can obtain the construction article by LBSC in ME on this loco Many Thanks Alan

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Alan Littler 109/04/2020 00:40:18
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Many Thanks Bill the trouble is postage costs to Australia for the whole magazine I was trying to get just get hold of the construction notes only I know there was never a book on the loco like some of LBSC other designs so I `ll try some of the casting suppliers in your country.

Very sad about your losses yesterday due to Coronavirus,hopefully things will get better, regards Alan

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Alan Littler 109/04/2020 09:13:37
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Sorry Bill got that wrong if you can help with the scans via email that would be fantastic, Many Thanks Alan

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Alan Littler 110/04/2020 22:58:51
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Hi i joined this forum 3 days ago & asked about construction notes for LBSC Canterbury Lamb.I received an email the next day with help from Bill & a contact for Vic who had the relevant issues of ME , this morning all 17 issues arrived via email from the UK which I have printed.

I would like to express my greatest thanks to these guys for the assistance in my search & my thanks to ME for being able to do so in this forum .

Kindest regards Alan Littler Qld Australia

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