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Bulleid Pacifics - Past or Present

Discussion in 'Steam Traction' started by 34007, May 13, 2008.

  1. martin1656

    martin1656 Resident of Nat Pres Friend

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    anyone else notice another engines number in that shot?
     
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    Spamcan81 Nat Pres stalwart

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    Yep.
     
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    i wonder if they want it back ?
     
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    Back when there was the small incident with Tangmere and a dropped connecting rod, I dug out a picture I had of the crosshead on 35028. Clearly stamped on the gudgeon pin ... 35005.
     
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    When we stripped 34081 back in 1977, we made a list of the numbers stamped on components of the motion. Quite a few early WCs had donated parts over the years. I wonder if any original components from 34081 exist on other preserved examples.
     
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    With 35005 we found half the motion and the rear drive wheel were all up as belonging to 35019 French Line CGT


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    Let's face it, parts moved around during overhauls and when lots of the same class were together anywhere. Not much different from Routemaster buses when they went into Aldenham Works.
     
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    Oh yeah. Doesn’t even have to be from a Bulleid a couple of the nuts were labeled as coming from a standard


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    With 1/3rd of the class still with us, (is that right?), I wonder if some little (or big!) bits from all of them are still kicking around. :cool:
     
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    Well just taking into account the boilers your looking at least half the class having at least surviving component.


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    Hi there

    Posting this great clip from youtube:)



    regards,
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    Saw a rebuilt B of B heading south on the A34 at Sutton Scotney yesterday morning.
    Presumably ' Sir Keith Park' returning to Swanage?
     
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    Also saw it near Bournemouth, does anyone know where it had been? Crank axle repairs I believe.
     
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    South Devon Railway I believe. Can only assume it is felt better to use motorways and trunk roads rather than the narrow Devon and Dorset lanes.
     
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