|John Alexander Stewart||19/05/2013 17:56:41|
|732 forum posts|
Got back to Canada a few days ago; did manage to see the Q1 in York, and did get to the Harrogate show for a few hours on the Saturday. (Saw 4 of the A4s during my trip, and a 5th, have been through it here when it was in Canada - none nearly as interesting as the Q1, IMHO)
Did not see any Q1s on the stands at Harrogate. Looked at the Polly stand, but did not talk to anyone - they were busy enough with paying customers.
Did I miss one? The exhibition was very busy when I went, so possibly I did miss something on one of the club stands.
Working through the CNCing aspects of my model engineering - have re-drawn the wheels in 2D CAD; also some parts that will be water jet cut.
When current workshop projects come to completion, the Q1 may pop up onto the top of the list - have boiler materiel to make 2 boilers, so possibly 2 Q1s will be made in my workshop? (It'll be documented on http://cnc-for-model-engineers.blogspot.com, along with other aspects of my CNC education)
|Jon Lawes||12/06/2018 20:47:44|
245 forum posts
All the Q1 models I'm currently aware of (I took the first names from another website, it didn't often list full names):
C6 - Nick Feast (and he has a couple more I don't know the numbers of)
C17 - Made by a gentleman named Harry
C20 - Peter
C41 (Fictional number) - Len
As a point of interest the Hornby model is of C1 and C9, and C10 was on Thomas the Tank Engine under the name Neville...
EDIT - Zombie thread resurrection! Sorry, I thought the date said 2018, not 13...
Edited By Jon Lawes on 12/06/2018 20:48:20
|nick feast||10/12/2018 16:53:32|
74 forum posts
OK, here is an update on a very old thread! 2 Q1 tender engines completed and a tank engine that never existing now running as well. It's an 0-6-4, successor to the SECR j class and feasible alternative to the Leader. See photo. More info to follow, perhaps something in the magazine if the editor agrees.
|martin perman||10/12/2018 17:55:07|
1397 forum posts
I photographed this Q1 at The Bedford Model Engineering Society track earlier this year, sadly no owner details.
|Jon Lawes||10/12/2018 18:53:13|
245 forum posts
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