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46 minutes ago

Letsgoloco

Diesels To Order!
Now we are up and running and organised we can now manufacture our exquisite Diesel loco kits to order to your spec.
Wait time is 14-28 days depending on loco ordered / workload, prices vary.
All the popular locos are available Classes 08,17,20,24,25,26,27.33.35,37,40,45, 50 with most variants of these types as an option.
I will be loading these on website over the next few days, meanwhile if you wish to order a specific loco please email me. info@mm1models.co.uk
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47 minutes ago

Letsgoloco

70000 Britannia will be leaving the railway this week after an extended stay. Here are some views captured on a very wet Sunday at Hampton Loade. ... See MoreSee Less

48 minutes ago

Letsgoloco

Homeward bound.

The fireman in this image is 'Ioan Lord' who is an expert on the mining history of the Rheidol Valley, if you'd like to learn more about it yourself he has just had a book of his research published containing a wealth of images from within the mines taken himself along with historical photos to tell the story of their history. It is available for purchase at this link: l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fthe-vale-of-rheidol-railway.myshopify.com%2Fproducts%2Frich-...

Photo courtesy John R Jones
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50 minutes ago

Letsgoloco

"The down Scot" ... See MoreSee Less

56 minutes ago

Letsgoloco

Butterley based class 20 locomotives 20007 & 20205 are currently on the mainline running the Rail Head Treatment Trains for Network Rail.

These trains run daily through the Autumn helping to keep leaves off the track and keeps the trains running!

Our thanks to Steven Boulton for allowing us to share his photos with everyone.
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58 minutes ago

Letsgoloco

30742 Charters
Some of our favourite moments of Autumn so far
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30742 Charters

59 minutes ago

Letsgoloco

Le train de Jules
Le passage d'un X2800 pour aller au boulot !
Réseau Ho - Chalindrais d'André Gay présenté en 2 parties sur la chaine letraindejules :
Partie #1 ➡️ youtu.be/AF5e27b4C2s
Partie #2 ➡️ youtu.be/tleghgcEpEU
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Le train de Jules

59 minutes ago

Letsgoloco

Our Wednesday team are busy working on the 'Birdcage.' This is a, 1872 North London luggage/guards brake van, that came from North Wolwich museum. Once finished it will move on to Platform 5&6 and sit with the other coach body. ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Visiting loco Ivatt Class 2MT Tank Engine no: 41312 is seen passing D6501 (on Diesel Footplate Experience) at Bishops Bridge on the South Devon Railway working the 15.00 from Totnes Riverside on the 14th October 2018. View more of my photographs at www.colinwallace.com ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

A busy scene at the Statfold Barn Railway during the Enthusiasts day, 1930 built Hudswell Clarke No. GP 39 joins forces with 1923 built Peckett 'Liassic' on the goods. To the left is 1933 built Avonside 'Marchlyn' & 1906 built Hunslet 'Sybil Mary' awaiting their next duty. 08/09/18 ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Class Q5/1 0-8-0 No 3303, on a down goods at Norton (Stockton-on-Tees), September 1947.

Photograph: Eric Fry Collection.
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10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Its #stationsday so two pictures of the beautiful Corfe Castle Station. ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Our Autumn Steam Gala kicks off on 19 October, this Friday! Don't miss your chance to save 10% by booking online. Plus a new timetable with all of the loco allocations on it has just become available! 🚂🚃😁

Find the full line-up and prices here: goo.gl/VwLZCD

Thanks Liam Barnes for the pic.
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10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Thats this wall finished (barring some minor details) on the outside, need to paint the inside face black to cover up all the kelloggs graphics, then work out the interior for the office 😁 ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

#WinItWednesday Here’s your chance to win a family day out on the South Devon Railway.

Simply LIKE and SHARE this post and we’ll let the winner know.
Don’t forget to check out our website for upcoming events including information on our popular Santa by Steam services.
www.southdevonrailway.co.uk/
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10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

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10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

233 is on a trip away at the Battlefield Line. Here are a few pictures of it on a damp Sunday at their Autumn Gala in the company of 5542 ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

It's #stationday today, and we are celebrating being the proud owners of five beautiful heritage railway stations!

A lot of work goes into keeping our stations looking good, and preserving the history of our heritage railway, and we're always looking for extra hands. If you're interested in helping out with this, or one of the many other aspects of running a heritage railway, why not become a volunteer? Find out more at deanforestrailway.co.uk/join-us
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10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

I sprayed up the slaters brick sheets For the retaining wall a few days ago and today I’ve started on the individual shades!!!
Humbrol Matt 82 first, Second colour tomorrow!
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10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Last Friday saw more progress on installing the point roding for the new Risborough Crossover ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

The Battlefield Line Autumn Galawas a fairly rare opportunity to find 5542 and Auto 233 together and in Auto mode. Sadly the Sunday weather was not kind but lent itself to making a few Black and White pictures to enhance and brighten the grey day. Buckfastleigh stablemate 6412 along with SVR resident 813 were in attendance giving a nice branchline feel. Those who braved the weather I'm sure had an enjoyable day. Thanks to all who were so complimentary and enthusiastic about our rolling stock. ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Further progress today. ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

We'll soon be adding three new motors to our range. Starting at the rear of the picture is an 1833 size motor which has the same M2 mounting hole size and pitch as the Mashima 1833 motors. These motors are rated at 9800 rpm@12volts no load and put out 2.18 Watts at maximum efficiency. We had been selling manufacturers surplus stock of similar motors at shows however we now have an onging source, manufacured to a high standard, so we can now promote them into our stocked range.

Next we have a 1015 size motor which has the same M1.4 mounting holes at 8.5mm apart, same as many of the small Mashima motors. This is manufactured with a 1mm diameter shaft however a shaft adapter will be supplied for use with 1.5mm bore gears. The motor is rated at 24,000 RPM at 12 volts no load and output of 1.26 Watts at maximum efficiency.

The final motor is a tiny 815 size motor with M1.4 mounting holes at 7.2mm apart. Again this is manufactured with a 1mm diameter shaft however a shaft adapter will be supplied for use with 1.5mm bore gears. Rated at 32,000 RPM at 12 volts no load and output of .84 Watts at maximum efficiency.

The first to be released will be the 1833, hopefully for Reading O gauge show in December, followed by the other motors in the new year. 1833 prices will be comparable with others in our range and the smaller motors should be under a tenner.
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10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

The three surviving Great Western Railway 64xx tanks have all featured on our events . Little composite image of the three at Severn Valley Railway Official Site, Epping Ongar Railway Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway over the last few years ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

www.pendonmuseum.com
This Saturday, 20th Oct will be the last Madder Valley running day of the year. The team have been hard at work getting everything ready. Should be a great day to see John Ahearn's layout in action.
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10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Pendon Museum
The Postal Train leaves the Bristol Line before travelling through Pendon Parva Station. A special train and Pendon modelling at its very best.
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Pendon Museum

 

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A fantastic layout, but some added sounds and smoke etc would transform it.

Fabulous!

10 hours ago

Letsgoloco

Porterbrook is investigating converting redundant Class 350/2s into battery/electric units once they are sent off-lease from West Midlands Trains. The 37 four-car EMUs date from 2008/2009 but currently have no new home. Modelling has been carried out for the Windermere branch already. ... See MoreSee Less

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