RAILWAY MANIA PODCAST
EPISODE 11 - STEAM LOCOS IN PROFILE IN PROFILE
WITH CHRIS EDEN-GREEN
Audioboom version is HERE
Thanks for the link, I cycled past this morning and didn't even notice the road closure! Guess we shall have to wait and see what happens. I do...
This may be rubbish, I read it elsewhere, and what I read was that the loco was pulling forward to take on water. The Stove R and the tender...
ahh I had not realised there were only two built, though from Festipedia it says they had been modified to work in multiple, though by the sounds...
Are there no more left in the world?
Two Funkeys working in multiple, maybe? Along the same practice in the USA where to get more power the usual approach is to add another loco.
Hey, I resemble that comment! ;)
From what Huw said in the podcast, the Fairlies do now use a 2" braided pipe.
At 24:25 in video link is when he talks about it:
Maybe, but then again the WHR and FR have the Funkey diesels for smaller trains.
Black's Railway Workshop built a working model of the Fairatt concept, photos are here:...
It beggars belief, how could they not see that, would they drive into a ditch if the road took a turn? Maybe. I wonder if they were distracted at...
I wonder if those Luttermoller O&Ks would have even been a consideration.
Funnily enough the NGG16 vs. NG15 conversation came up when recording the latest podcast (link in signature). Huw told me the SA crews reckoned...
Ah yes, thanks, found some info here:
Showing the frame...
Lovely stuff. Do you happen to know how the gauge conversion was done, were the frame stretchers replaced?
Interesting that the cylinder lagging...
I mean, if I had the infinite money cheat, the two 50550s would probably be top of my list.
Affectionate name given to Hunslet 2411 ex. Corby Steelworks.
Was oil-fired and had the springs relocated due to cracks in the frames. Withdrawn...
Gloria and Gunby are 50550s rather than Austerities aren’t they?
RAILWAY MANIA PODCAST
EPISODE 10 - BEND IT LIKE BEYER GARRATT
WITH HUW JONES
Garratts were one of the most successful...
Nice one Simon - the podcast episode just ticked over 2,000 plays and is the most-viewed one :) Good way to end the year.
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