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15mm C Class in the garden!

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I love the sound of the crossley engine sound chip...i wonder what loco it is out of


I do believe it diesel R/C engine coupled to a generator.

The generator is connected to a set of maxon motors on each bogie and the speed is controlled by a electronic speed controller (ESP) in series with the motors.

The ESP is connected to a R/C reciever.

This small diesel engine/generator set up has been done on the 16MM narrow gauge site a couple of years back of which Neil is a member of.


I had the pleasure of meeting Neil a few years back at the Narrow Gauge show at Birmingham and seeing his large scale collection of Irish narrow gauge loco's / railcars.

Have a look at his live steam Pheonix on you tube.



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Amazing. I always thought if I ever got time, a 00 gauge West Cork layout would be a dream come true, but a G scale West Cork in the garden.... wow. Live steam Bandon tanks, ex-MGWR 0.6.0 tank engines, No. 90, C class diesels, AEC railcars and elderly 50ft bogie coaches and six-wheelers, all against a backdrop of beet wagons in sidings......

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