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″ Back to Back dimensions. One wheel on each axle is loose and rotates smoothly in an oilite bush (very clever) but could easily be made fixed using a steel bush in its place. At the same time the bogies could be made into powered bogies or regauged to 7¼” easily enough.
Major dimensions are:- Length – 600mm Overall width – 400mm over bearings, 475mm over de-railing bars (could be cut down) Overall Height – 210mm Wheelbase – 400mm Height to bolster – 175mm Bolster Pin Dia – 21mm Wheel Dia – 150mm x 40mm Axle Dia – 35mm Bearings – 25mm Take Up Bearings with die springs.
Collection from Eastleigh but could Pallet at cost. £600 ovno Phone or message 07974 928014.
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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 are attached to bogies, pivoted 18 inches from ends. 10¼ gauge. 26 inches wide inside, outside 28½ inches over side bolt catches.
Heavy as can be imagined from size and plate thickness. Buyer collects from Mid-Sussex. Superfluous rust and needs complete repaint. Therefore £950 or near offer.
Originally an 0-6-4 tank engine built by Mr Murcott senior in approximately 1965. It was purchased by RVR in 2014, with the Curwen Atlantic and Bullock which all came from Wales.
I brought the loco from RVR in late 2014, stripped it down for overhaul and that’s as far as I got.
The loco is available in strip down form. Motion still on chassis. The boiler has a new valid 10 year hydraulic on it. Has an axle pump and buffalo injector. Cylinder bore is 4″ by 4.5″ stroke. 9″ wheels. Wheelbase is 2ft overall.
It is not to scale proportions but will make a very nice over scale loco.
Asking £8000. Please contact Adam Jeffrey email@example.com
The Ten & a Quarter Inch Gauge Railway Society’s first visit was to the Barn Well Hill Railway in North Oxfordshire. The railway is in a private garden which negotiates a steep slope by a series of zigzags and steep inclines and eventually will include two rack sections.
Motive power is provided by a 2-4-2 petrol loco ‘Glyder’, which used to operate as ‘Bella’ on the 12 ¼ inch gauge Nickelodeon Line at Ashorne Hall. Rolling stock includes a number of goods vehicle and whilst there is currently no working passenger vehicle two carriage bodies await refurbishment.
The railway is currently being constructed and Colin Hill first started work on the line around six years ago, however following the arrival of ‘Glyder’, the line has been partly relaid and extended. The original rail came from the Great Torrington Railway, which has been supplemented with heavy-duty rail from the Rhiw Valley Railway in Wales. The original section of line was laid on steel sleepers, but the extension uses plastic sleepers.
Pictures by Jonathan James and Rick Osman. Further visits will be announced in the Society’s occasional newsletter.
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 beginnings of a 10 1/4 gauge Torquay Manor comprising Piston Valve Cylinders, SS Valve Gear, Front Bogey, CI Wheels & Patterns, CI Firebars, Rolled Steel o/s Smoke Box, Lubricator.
This would make an ideal project. Offers around £2000.
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.
We want to set up some system for identifying and tracking down missing locos and will be trialling ideas on this website.
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