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23 minutes ago

Letsgoloco

Locomotion
We couldn't resist sharing this video of the final, factory-finished sample of the Locomotionmodels.com/Rapido Stirling Single No. 1 OO-gauge model - in action at Locomotion this afternoon!

Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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17 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Last week, we undertook and pulled off the most daring track renewal scheme that we have ever done. Between the end of the 13th and end of the 19th of May, we renewed 65m of track that went through Horsenden Level Crossing along with further work (realigning) on 50m of track either side of the renewed section. Whilst we successfully completed the track, we was not able to complete the level crossing surface in time due to delays caused by members of the public choosing to inconsiderately ignore the authorised byway closure given by Buck County Council and proceed through the work site putting everyone's safety at risk - thus forcing the work to stop many times. We're working on the crossing surface as we speak in order to lift the closure as soon as we can

Next big P-Way job....track into Princes Risborough Platform 4!!
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18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

John has turned our OO Scale Country Pub kit www.modelrailwayscenery.com/2013/09/victorian-ale-house-country-pub-oo-scale/ into a delightful country fire station. It’s a fantastic adaptation of the kit and another that I’d never imagine would be possible! Do you have a fire station on your layout? Post your Fire Station & Fire Engine photos below. ... See MoreSee Less

18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

1:35 scale scratch build diorama base. ... See MoreSee Less

18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

The Q class at sheffield Park ... See MoreSee Less

18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Resident Class 73/1 73140 made it's return to service today following a period of major works to ensure it remains available for service at Spa Valley for years to come. ... See MoreSee Less

18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

30541 standing at Horsted Keynes as the Fireman looks down the platform... Bluebell Railway ... See MoreSee Less

18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

GNER CLASS 89

We have had several people asking us to do Class 89's in GNER livery. Whilst we are costing up the parts to quote prices on RTR (China Split Chassis) or painted body shells. If anyone else is interested, Please email Andy on aemodelrailways@gmail.com to arrange ordering and payment.
The Body shell will not fit onto the new DCC ready chassis owing to the Pantograph bay fouling the circuit board on top of the chassis.
We do not offer DCC fitting.

Thank You.
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18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

📣📣GWR 1450 to haul the Cavell Van this Friday📣📣
The SVRs resident “auto tank” is rostered to haul the WWI Edith Cavell van from Kidderminster to Arley this coming Friday afternoon, once shunted into place the van will form a poignant centerpiece to Arley station for the next couple of months including our 1940s event.
A welcoming ceremony will be held at Kidderminster on Friday afternoon before local dignitaries, school children and railway staff (including 40s committee members) and the public wave the train out of the station at 1740.
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18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

LEYLAND LNER DAY 2018. ... See MoreSee Less

18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Stirling Single No. 1 on the turntable at the National Railway Museum on the 16/12/2018. ... See MoreSee Less

18 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Julian Heinemann has kindly provided some excellent photos and he reports that progress continues steadily on the CCT van. In the last few weeks, the north and south end drop flaps have been re-attached. Meanwhile, the steelwork is starting to receive coats of top coat paint - black and BR red as appropriate.
Following removal of the drawgear for checking/overhauling, it has been re-fitted to the underframe, which in turn allowed the central floor gutter to be re-instated.
All four buffers are now back on the chassis. Work has continued on the brake gear as well, with the brake cylinder having been needle-gunned recently.
On the roof, a new roof canvas has been ordered, and will be fitted in due course.Production of the replacement side doors continues, with two out of the four sets having been made.
The Society extends its' grateful thanks to all those involved with the restoration of the CCT in the C&W facility at Horsted Keynes on the Bluebell Railway.
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19 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Severn Valley Railway Official Site
The 10:44 service arrives at Bewdley, hauled by trusty home-fleet pannier tank loco 1501.

Sun. Steam. Simple.
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Severn Valley Railway Official Site

19 hours ago

Letsgoloco

It has been a great Worthing weekend on the Mid-Norfolk Railway

Here are a selection of photographs taken between Dereham and Worthing, many thanks to Andy Marrison and Paul Young.
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19 hours ago

Letsgoloco

46447 is the first steam locomotive with a separate coal tender to run on the Island. See her at our Three Ivatt Gala between 26th - 28th May. Visit our website for more details. ... See MoreSee Less

19 hours ago

Letsgoloco

On this day in history – 22 May 1936, the Cheltenham Flyer was hauled by Castle class No 5043 ‘Barbury Castle’. This photograph shows the train passing over the water troughs at Goring, with a new headboard.

The caption on the back of this press release photograph states: “A name board has been fixed to the front of the Cheltenham Flyer crack express of the Great Western Railway. The name board in cream and chocolate colours causes great interest as the giant locomotive speeds along the iron road.”

No 5043 was built in March 1936. In September 1937 the locomotive was renamed ‘Earl of Mount Edgcumbe’ and still carries this name, having been preserved and restored by Tyseley Locomotive Works. The name ‘Barbury Castle’ was later given to Castle No 5095, built in June 1939.
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23 hours ago

Letsgoloco

A quick update on my other Caley loco, the single. The mesh is complete, with the loco being modeled as it was when reboilered around 1924, will be available in it's preserved Caley Blue, LMS Crimson and Lined Red. ... See MoreSee Less

23 hours ago

Letsgoloco

46447 is the first steam locomotive with a separate coal tender to run on the Island. See her at our Three Ivatt Gala between 26th - 28th May. Visit our website for more details. ... See MoreSee Less

23 hours ago

Letsgoloco

To celebrate the Royal Wedding GWR 0-6-0PT no: 6412 is seen at Hood Bridge on the South Devon Railway working the 11.30 Buckfastleigh to Totnes Riverside ‘The Wedding Belle’ auto train on the 19th May 2018. View more of my photographs at www.colinwallace.com ... See MoreSee Less

23 hours ago

Letsgoloco

It's a fine day for a train ride 🚂 ... See MoreSee Less

23 hours ago

Letsgoloco

GWR Fruit Van 2303 has now got all its doors on.
One side of GWR Tool & Packing Van 143 is almost fully signwritten with one coat.
LMS Brake Van 730866 is having new running boards made.
SECR Open 12522 has had a few more bits primered.
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