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Great Central Atlantic in old ME

Volume 28, Issue 622, 27th March 1913.

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Bazyle15/01/2021 09:54:49
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We are trying to identify a club member's 2 1/2" gauge loco and have found reference to an article in ME from 1913 by Aynsworth Harrison about a 1/2" scale Great Central Atlantic model.
Volume 28, Issue 622, 27th March 1913. starting page 289

Does anyone have this issue and would be able to make a scan of the article to see if it is pertinent to the investigation please?

Bazyle17/01/2021 13:50:34
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Any offers?

John Baguley17/01/2021 14:41:11
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I may have that issue Bazyle. I'll have a look.

John

John Baguley17/01/2021 14:49:24
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No, sorry. My collection is a bit thin around that time.

John

Just looked up Aynsworth in the ME Index and found a photo of the loco that appeared in Volume 29 Issue 656. I'll scan it for you.

Edited By John Baguley on 17/01/2021 14:55:18

Here you go:

? inch scale gcr atlantic small.jpg

I can email you the full size image if it would help

Edited By John Baguley on 17/01/2021 15:07:28

David Senior17/01/2021 16:55:45
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I have the issue you want. I will scan it for you

Dave

Bazyle17/01/2021 20:11:09
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Thanks for finding that John. David, that would be most helpful.

David Senior17/01/2021 20:29:53
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Pages are in reverse order, but hopefully still useful

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Bazyle17/01/2021 21:28:26
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That's fantastic, thanks a lot. I can pass the link to this page on to the club for anyone who doesn't see it anyway.

edit: by the way the 4in lathe mentioned on teh first page is the one also known as the 'Roundbed". A straightforward screwcutting lathe that didn't even have a topslide (although often added in the following 100 years).

Edited By Bazyle on 17/01/2021 21:32:09

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