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welsh narrow gauge locomotive design

any 3.5" or 5"

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nipper28/12/2010 11:01:01
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Hi . I am looking for a suitable design and available castings for a Welsh narrow gauge preserved  railway locomotive. I know about Dolgoch from Reeves. Conway, Charles, Lilla, Edward Thomas from Blackgates but no others.  Any suggestions.  Thanks, Nipper 
Steve Purves28/12/2010 11:08:48
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I'm building 'Hunslet' by Don Young in 5" gauge , based on the Dinorwic Alice class. Its a nice beginner loco, 4 coupled with stephenson valve gear and builds into a very capable powerful loco. There's plenty of support, laser cut parts etc. See my photostream for progress and inspiration... http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevepurves/
Regards,
Steve 

Edited By Steve Purves on 28/12/2010 11:09:30

nipper28/12/2010 11:19:15
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Hi Steve.. thanks for the prompt reply.  I had forgotten about this engine and it does make a good chunky model. I am not a beginner but am looking for something simple and a tank engine. My days of leaning over a long tender to drive are about over. Thanks again and the best of luck with it. Nipper.

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