I am glad you liked the photo of "Met". If you e-mail me at William.Shelford@btinternet.com, I will send you the other photos taken that day.
I have recently bought a 10 1/4 inch gauge Locomotive. It appears to be based on a 3 1/2 inch tich.
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Anyone have much information on 2'6 gauge locomotives around the world??
Today I found that my subscription had expired, and I had an alert to upgrade my account.
I decided that since I lose track of renewal dates I would take up the life membership option. I found however that this does not seem to be set up judging from the response frame.
The option for annual seems to be available, but before proceeding with that I would prefer to use the life membership If it is possible.
It's been a while since iv done one of these and I do wish the programme for 2019 was announced soon as wanna try and plan things out.
6023 @Pntn Dart.460 tons.Rock solid steaming,steady 25-26 mph on climbs to Churston(line speed) 15*@Brittania.50%cut off 7/8 regulator
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" when I stoke the fire on the big steel wheel..."
Hi Ken. How are you getting on with the Gangway rubber. Our need is becoming quite urgent . Norman Aln Valley Railway.
Arrived in Kyrgyzstan this morning and now engaged in a small part of the planning of a 374 kilometre new cross border 1520 line.
Train spotting man from Doncaster
Pmrc - Meatman's construct alluding to a dictatorial leadership of the L&B Trust - not a style I personally have seen any evidence of in 20+ years.
Another bridge job on the horizon. This time on the China / Kyrgyzstan border. Ten weeks work with good dividends. Take up end of August.
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