Picture of the Month – September 2015 This months picture… N Class 1854, one of two that received malachite green livery after the war, simmers in front of the shed. Share this:TwitterEmailLinkedInFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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A splendid picture, Graham, as always. I’m particularly interested in the water crane with an extra long arm. Was it scratch-built or kit-bashed or does someone actually supply it r-t-r? On Hectorage Road I need to fit a platform-mounted one just like it. Thanks.
PS See you at Gaydon
I scratch built all the water cranes on Fisherton Sarum as Salisbury had two types both the early low ex LSWR style and the later taller SR style as per this picture (needed due to the high raves on the Bulleid tenders) see my post here for details http://grahammuz.com/2012/04/03/a-view-from-the-line-5-water-from-tower-to-cranes/
I look forward to seeing again at Gaydon
Thanks Graham. Looks as though I’ll have to do the same. I’ve already had to scratch-build an SECR-style water column with hoses on either side and large hand-wheels at the top. It was quite a task but I’m very pleased with it.