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  1. Thank you very much. You are undoubtedly right about the livery. I have to confess I bottled out of that particular challenge!
  2. That's a wonderful piece of work. And a really innovative way of tackling the job(s). Must have needed a fair bit of fettling to get it to fit!
  3. And here is a 4mm approximation of No. 16 using a Hornby 0-4-0 Caledonian Pug as a starting point. Alan
  4. More photographs of No 16 online here: https://mikemorant.smugmug.com/Trains-Railways-British-Isles/Irish-railways/Irish-steam-archive-1/i-kdWSBk7/A https://transportsofdelight.smugmug.com/RAILWAYS/IRISH-RAILWAYS/ULSTER-TRANSPORT-AUTHORITY-1/i-dcvG7hg and Five Foot Three Issue number 4 online here: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/38250914/five-foot-three-number-4-railway-preservation-society-of-ireland Regards
  5. No I hadn't - I'm clearly not trying hard enough! Many thanks for this.
  6. That's very useful. Many thanks. And a good reason to get out and about rather than just staring at photos!
  7. On page 36 of "Rails Around Belfast" (Crockart & Patience, Midland Publishing), there's a photograph (from the Charles Friel Collection) of a 0-4-0ST locomotive, built at York Road Works in 1914 and used around the Belfast Harbour lines until 1951. Can anyone point me towards further information or photos regarding this loco?
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