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Discussion in 'Carriage & Wagon M.I.C.' started by lynbarn, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. lynbarn

    lynbarn Well-Known Member

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    Hi all

    Anyone have any textbooks and web sites which they have found to be useful in the restoration of carriages and rolling stock?

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    Colin Rainsbury
     
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    if u need wheel profile info, drawgear ,brake rigging info,let me know and i will check the specks for u
     
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