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  1. #891
    O scale shows of the detail, he's a talented builder.

  2. #892
    Just waiting for decals from Studio Scale Models to finish her off
    Flash photos do not do her any justice












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    Is this 7mm or 4mm, Dave?
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  5. #895
    Picked up this Lima set recently
    Check out the contents
    OO Loco and 3 CIE wagons
    HO,with OO couplings,
    Schweppes LONDON
    Texaco, Milford Haven
    Brown steel wagon
    Strange mix for an Irish set!!!









  6. #896
    That's a strange collection things to make up a set. I suppose the Eye-talians were never know for much quality control.

  7. #897
    Six wagons and only a circle of track? Weird!

    Can't believe just how many different sets Lima pushed out with that CIE 33.
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  8. #898
    Bit of a tail chaser alright.

  9. #899
    Interesting the controller labelling is calibrated from 0v to 9v. Were those old locos not designed for 12v?

  10. #900
    I know no one cares except me but the brown BR Long wheel based wagon appears in all the UK Lima catalogues with the Double Arrow logo on the side
    OO catalogue number 303175 & HO catalogue number 3175
    Ramseys British Model Trains Catalogue lists it as Continental LWB Mineral Wagon and says that some wagons in the original HO range were transferred to the OO range in the mid to late 70's Some very un-British wagons were added to sets and were fitted with OO tension lock couplings
    The one in the set has a very continental look about it but I do not have any Continental Lima catalogues so I cannot give any more info on this wagon.

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