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Construction of 3' Gauge Blyth for Southwold Railway Trust by NBR Engineering, Darlington

Discussion in 'Narrow Gauge Railways' started by David Humphreys, May 16, 2019.

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    This was discussed previously and if I recall correctly, the new frames are in fact thicker than the original loco. 5/8 original vs 20mm new I seem to remember.

    Keith
     
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    If people want to follow the construction more closely, along with the other new build 1863 Mountaineer and other locomotive components and boiler constructions, please like and follow North Bay Railway Engineering Services on Facebook.
     

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