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Bullhead part required {LSWR}

Discussion in 'Heritage Railways & Centres in the UK' started by Slash, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. Slash

    Slash Member

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    Evening all

    I desperately require a pair 87lb to 95lb junction plate fishplates, any lift will do. The 87lb is from the LSWR around 1920. I can collect.

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  2. Ploughman

    Ploughman Part of the furniture

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    When you say a pair do you mean 1 left and 1 Right or 2 sets?
     
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    1 left and 1 right
     
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    I checked today but we do not have any of that breed of Junction plate.
     
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    Rumour has it this requirement might not be a preservation project so should be priced appropriately!
     

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