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  1. Have you thought of using MJT bogies,they do a basic etch for various wheelbases and you can use the existing sideframes as cosmetic overlays as well as the original wheels.Andy
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    Omagh archaeology.

    Definitely a loco type boiler looks a bit small for most standard gauge locos.Andy.
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    Looking for a good book any suggestions?

    Feeling slightly qualified to answer this one,the best coverage is The Railways of West Cork ,Reflections and Reminiscences,its privately published so no isbn or even an authors name.Mine came from the County Donegal people at Donegal Town station.The Bluebell Railway markets a large range of Irish photos with some very good T&C ones in there even better there are thumbnails of the pictures so you can see before you buy. go onto the Bluebell website then their museum link then photo collections the John Smith one is the one to check up on.Andy.
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    Courtmacsherry at Southampton

    Period is mid 30's,but with the odd passenger train.running on 9mm rather than 10mm,so my other 009 stock can have a canter.It is however built to full scale size just because i could.Andy.
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    Courtmacsherry at Southampton

    Courts next outing is to Swindon on the Saturday after Romsey,with Arigna at Ally Pally the end of the month,and the weekend in between slight change of location,i'm taking Llanfair Caereinion to Abingdon.Must pay more attention when accepting invitations.Andy.
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    Arigna Town - this week's scenery

    And then there were three.ANdy
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    Markits Irish Broad gauge axles.

    I'd certainly be up for some.I've never checked the back to back of my stock having relied on my faithful gauge i bought from Terry McDermot 30-40 years ago,its turns out to be 19.7mm,so far i've had no issues with clearances on the 20 odd locos i've built so far.Andy.
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    Warley

    Not next year and thefollowing year i'll my W&L layout there,Andy.
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    ooworks, J15

    Definitely iffy cab fit,tender springs look odd as they don't have any spring hangers.Andy.
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    Etched parts for MGWR Horsebox & Fish/Meat van.

    Splendid pair of kits if look on the last picture of Courtmacsherry at Warley you will see the horse box in the middle of the rake.Don't ask me to explain what its doing there but give some time and i can come up with an unconvincing explanation,Andy.
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    Warley

    Thanks for the photos Leslie,as can seen Courtmacsherry is far from finished,but in my defence i only built the boards last Christmas,and this was only the second time the layout was fully erected.Hopefully by her next show(southampton the end of January).It should be well on its way.The main thing is the row of buildings,a lot of chimneys and slates,still something to potter on with over Christmas.Andy.
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    Warley

    All in the fullness of time Leslie,all in the fullness of time,Andy.
  13. Easy enough to make your own axles.Minidrill, grinding block and a bit of 2mm rod cut to length takes under a minute.Andy
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    A Gaggle of J15s

    Two up and running, with Valencia what else ?,third one to build as a superheated one to complete the set.Andy.
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    Warley

    I might bring the station building along to Warley Andy
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