There are several in the same series. Usually they have a brown card cover:–
I've picked up three over the years:–
A second vote for Williamson's here. Used by GWS Didcot (and the Severn Valley I believe).
Key though are the "three Ps": Preparation,...
Really? It looks pretty good to my eyes, especially for something that started life 135 years ago.
The roof covering looks OK & there are no...
No need, they already have the body of its twin 6824 (the NRM's one was 6820) which would be ideal for that as it's already been hacked about...
Photo 13 (1369 sporting the "Devil's Hoofprint") is c. 1967 at Buckfastleigh.
The photo shows TGB with top-feed, so likely to be from its 1913 refit. That might narrow the field for the real identity of the 2-4-0.
Photos not showing here, but AIUI the gwr.org article represents the sum total of knowledge gleaned so far. You **might** find an overlooked...
For the sake of, what - 4 planks? I'd replace with new & keep the originals as an exhibit in their own right.
Early diodes were aimed at radio detection, not power rectification, so a non-electronic solution was needed... Friction & cunning:—
Looks like a Parish Boundary marker. "St M S" will likely stand for St Mary Somethingorother.
Photo 56 is of Atbara class No. 3396 Brisbane, & taken prior to 1904.
1: Wheels are too big for a Bulldog;
2: Nameplate is full width...
The NRM 'OPC' list gives these:—
11752 G.A. of 4 wheel std. bogie for 25 ton boiler wagon GWR
11764 G.A. of 4 wheel bogie 4' WB for 35 ton...
Found this shot on Flickr that confirms it:
There used to be one off Paul Street, Taunton, in the yard that backed onto the old County Hotel. Now infilled, but the outline remains:
It is if you can take the covers off & have a look at the metadata:—
1: It's a mechanical system, so they're rods & links, not pipes.
2: 5572 has Auto gear at both ends:—...
The GW had a viable (but complex) steam heat system in use by 1896 & in 1903 conducted a test:
Attached are some pdfs of talks given to the...
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