6 thoughts on “Picture of the Month – August 2018”

    1. grahammuz – A railway modeller with a keen insterest in all things Southern Railway especially the 1946 to 1949 period. I can often be seen on the exhibition circuit with my Layout Fisherton Sarum or assiting MIke Wild the Editor of Hornby Magazine with his layouts at shows. I am also long time member of the High Wycombe and District Model Railway Society
      grahammuz says:

      Hi Gerry
      3441 was allocated to Salisbury between the early 1940’s until 1951 when she was indeed transferred to Guildford, hence appearing on Fisherton Sarum.

  1. Nice picture Graham, I’ve always had a soft spot for the 0395’s and hopefully someone will do a RTR version (cough Hornby cough).

  2. Graham, Whilst modifying the brake hangers on my N class tenders, I observed that the buffer separation on the slope sided version was 1.5 mm less than on the straight sided one.Only having drawings for the latter, I am wondering if this is correct, or a Bachmann design error.Your advice would be appreciated. Regards Peter Crawshaw ( Australia )

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    1. grahammuz – A railway modeller with a keen insterest in all things Southern Railway especially the 1946 to 1949 period. I can often be seen on the exhibition circuit with my Layout Fisherton Sarum or assiting MIke Wild the Editor of Hornby Magazine with his layouts at shows. I am also long time member of the High Wycombe and District Model Railway Society
      grahammuz says:

      Do you mean the distance between the centrelines of the buffers?

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