Discussion in 'Heritage Railways & Centres in the UK' started by ilvaporista, Aug 13, 2010.
Thats my Euromillions win project (Two in fact, one in Furness Livery!)
Indeed a batchbuild of these would bring some savings!
Edit: The boiler for one of the 'small' versions is about the size of a medium / large traction engine.
The team at Llynclys are continuing with the restoration of the DMU set made up of DMCL 51512 and DMBS 51205. There are a few mechanical and electrical niggles to sort out and the usual bodywork bits.
Any help with locating sources of spare parts would be appreciated. If you fancy coming along to drink tea and eat cake this is also appreciated and you will be given a paint brush to lend a hand.
Thanks to CHR Facebook for the picture.
Track laying in the sidings at Weston. I will post on the blog later when I have a better connection.
I drove down on the 2nd of November and took a few pics.
It's that time of the year when everything goes quiet before the mad season that is Santa Specials.
The inside jobs prevail as the outside turns cold and wet. There was even a dusting of snow!
Hardly surprising that inside jobs are preferred. Work carried on with the suburban coach and we look forward to the day when it will enter service.
There is a lot of planning going on for 2020 with plenty to be excited about. Once these events are fixed we will be able to give more details.
Fundraising continues and all donations are appreciated. The shops have on sale CHR merchandise including our 2020 calendar.
We would love to see you to share our progress and future vision, why not make a plan to call in on your way to other events?
Pictures are a bit thin on the blog this time as Guy's camera fell out of it's case and tested the strength of the shed floor. No prizes for guessing who won!
Another important day for CHR. The suburban coach breaks cover for a run to the station.
Here we see the coach paused by the signal box on it's way to the beauty parlour.
Details on the blog.
The one on my work bench at the moment is a Gauge 1 Cambrian 4-4-0. Though I think it will be a while yet before it's finished. I have a 7 1/4" petrol mechanical loco and a bogie well wagon to finish first. The picture shows the current status of the loco.
The latest CHR Newsletter has just been published with more news about Weston. Due to the weather there weren't any pictures from this week but work inside is ongoing.
You can sign up for the newsletter on the CHR homepage.
More work on site at Weston. There really is lots to do before we can complete the station. The Tuesday team were moving parts and materials around whilst also continuing to clear the site of general waste.
Tracklaying of the main line and run round loop can only start once the sidings have been completed.
Details on the blog.
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