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For sale! Pair of 10¼ Gauge Cromar White bogies

As previously advertised a pair of 10¼ Gauge Cromar White bogies. Bought by me for a possible wheelchair coach project at Ingfield but now not needed. Originally used under a Severn Lamb coach, wheels are wide but profiled to 9.5/8″ … Continue reading

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London Model Engineering Show

The Society will be exhibiting at the London Model Engineering Exhibition 2020 at Alexandra Palace in North London from Friday 17th until Sunday 19th January 2020 Exhibition opening times are 10am – 5.00pm Friday and Saturday and 10am – 4.30pm on Sunday. … Continue reading

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Sold! Mardyke Wheelchair Wagon

Mardyke constructed solid steel 6m plate bogie wheelchair wagon with parking brake at one end. Anchor holes for two wheelchairs (possibly takes three). End and side loading. Separate loose aluminium loading ramp. 13½ feet long 14¾ feet over buffers which … Continue reading

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0-6-0 for sale 10 1/4″

0-6-0 for sale, stripped down. Continue reading

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First Society visit

The first Society visit was to the Barn Well Hill Railway. Continue reading

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For sale – Torquay Manor start

Some years ago work started to build a GWR Torquay Manor 4-6-0 class loco using the Model Engineer as a basis. I have now decided I would like to sell the parts to make room for my present project. The … Continue reading

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Missing stock

It is very rare for 10 1/4″locos and stock to be stolen, although it does happen, because most locos are well known to enthusiasts. However occasionally stuff does disappear either through theft or more often through just dropping out view. … Continue reading

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