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Stuart Pain09/03/2019 08:20:52
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Morning all, I hope you don't mind me asking this.

A steam enthusiast local to me has sadly passed away and his family are selling the entire contents of his workshop in the form of a sealed auction.

There's a rather beautiful Super 7 and a large quantity of tools and material that I have my eye on. However there are also two semi-complete steam locomotives.









Can anyone identify these kits, or does anyone have any idea of their value?

It's incredibly frustrating that this is a sealed auction and all being sold as one lot. I'm hoping that my bid can reflect the value of these kits so I can pass them on to someone who is willing to complete them, and not just weigh them in.

Apologies if this post is in the wrong area of the forum.

Edited By Stuart Pain on 09/03/2019 08:32:04

JasonB09/03/2019 10:14:59
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Well its a Modelworks kit of a 45XX, put that into google and you should find plenty of mentions, several on Worthpoint if you sign up it will give what they sold for

3404609/03/2019 10:25:24
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Second loco down with the copper smokebox looks like a 3.5 inch gauge Titch, scratch build from castings as per Reeves 2000 ? Cannot help on value.


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