Might be of use around 1m 12secs, but the whole is worth watching.
Yes - I used them on various parts of valve gear on a 2ft gauge steam loco. I recalled going to Glacier's when doing my engineering apprenticeship...
The last one I tried to find when staying nearby late last year. The site is a former brickworks now in use by many businesses - as a PSV driver...
Is there a likelihood that the ex-Ravenglass & Eskdale Kerr-Stuart diesel might be working?
I too was looking for stuff from Brush but it seems most of their old stuff was binned. Some was however saved by George Toms in a last-minute...
I would have thought that first port of call for anything Hunslet would be Statfold Barn. Worth asking there methinks.
Effortless through Amberley, and dead on time. And I think (?) the 47 on the back was shut down. Hopefully some good shots for those further up...
Absolutely bland at Yapton bank! Hope others elsewhere got decent shots.
Possibly an email direct to the workshop at Boston lodge might be quicker. The 'old' BS381c series, which I use extensively for prewar work are...
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Thanks for the reply but I can't access it - I'm not a facebook member and it wants me to log in!
Perhaps it's available somewhere else?
I understand there is video of it being shunted along the track on facebook. But as a non-user I wonder if someone can post the clip(s) on here?
The loco left Amberley on Monday July 10th and was delivered by Milners to it's new home at Blyth on the Southwold Railway.
Departed this afternoon from Amberley. Should soon be in Adnamsland.
And also the extra cutaway on the front of the tender.
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