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Re: Baugley Drewery Loco.

John Garaty
 

Hi Henrik,
All photos are now up. I have tried to set the album up as if you were doing a walk-around.

known visible ILRMS mods,
all grilles on the sides of the engine bay and in front of the radiator were built by ILRMS (both locos arrived with none of the original louvred panels), lights, the steel external roof over the cab has been removed (too badly rusted too be saved). Externally the rest of the loco is visually pretty much we got it from CSR.

I hope that this helps,
Regards, John Garaty
Unanderra in oz

--- In LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au, Henrik Dorbeck <hdhj5862@...> wrote:

John and Scott,

Thanks for your replies. What a fool I was- never even thought of the Cane
Trains book (of which I have a copy). I have now located it and found the
relavent drawings. Thank you everyone who has led me along the path to my
destination. John I would be interested in the photos to peruse as further
details for the loco. In the book there are actually two Baugley's both slightly
different.

Thanks again

Regards

Henrik




Re: Baugley Drewery Loco.

John Browning
 

To clarify about the history of this type of locomotive:

EE Baguley Ltd developed a range of larger narrow gauge diesels from 1946, an 0-4-0DM with Gardner 4LW engine of around 55hp (two went to Fiji), 0-4-0DM and 0-6-0DM types with the Gardner 6LW of around 110hp (three 0-6-0s came to Australia and one went to Fiji) and the 0-6-0DM type with the Gardner 8LW of around 150hp, of which 11 came to Australia.

Drewry Car Co Ltd (DC) were agents who had a special relationship with Baguley. Locomotives supplied by Baguley under the Drewry name carried Drewry plates and were numbered in a separate Drewry series of builder's numbers (in the 2xxx) series. The locomotives not supplied through Drewry were numbered in Baguley's own series, by this time 3xxx.

The Australian locomotives with the 8LW engine were supplied both via Drewry and RMP (Railway Mine & Plantation Equipment). The Drewry versions were designed with different bodywork although mechanically they were very similar.

In 1967, EE Baguley and Drewry Car Co merged to become Baguley-Drewry Ltd. Following this, one 0-6-0DH was supplied to Fiji with a 280hp GM V8 engine, based on the Clyde Model HG-3R. Finally, three 140hp 0-6-0DH with a Caterpillar 3304 engine went to Fiji in 1987. These had been built for Mozambique but had never been delivered there.

I have placed a list of these locomotives n the `files' section of the site.

John


Re: Baugley Drewery Loco.

Henrik Dorbeck
 

John and Scott,

Thanks for your replies. What a fool I was- never even thought of the Cane
Trains book (of which I have a copy). I have now located it and found the
relavent drawings. Thank you everyone who has led me along the path to my
destination. John I would be interested in the photos to peruse as further
details for the loco. In the book there are actually two Baugley's both slightly
different.

Thanks again

Regards

Henrik




________________________________
From: oztrainz <jkgaraty@1earth.net>
To: LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au
Sent: Sat, 4 December, 2010 10:23:12 AM
Subject: [LRRSA] Re: Baugley Drewery Loco.

 
Hi Henrik,
There was a line drawing General Arrangement in "Cane Trains" about the sugar
Industry in Fiji. This book also had line drawings of a lot of the other
equipment that operated in Fiji. There may be line drawings or photos of similar
units in LR66 (australina Sugar) and LR77 (Fiji Sugar).

The ILRMS has a similar unit "Seymour".

http://www.ilrms.com.au/seymour.htm

and in action
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fT6-2EZaqBo

I have taken a lot of detail photos of "Seymour" for a planned 7mm scale model.
I would be happy to put these up in an album for you if you wish.

Regards
John Garaty
Unanderra

--- In LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au, "Henrik" <hdhj5862@...> wrote:

Hi Guys,

I am looking for some drawings for the above mentioned loco for a project. Does
anyone know where I can source a set? I have the Accucraft model and seen one in
the flesh at Woodford on a visit and now have the taste. I think it would make
an awesome 7 1/4" model!! :-)

Thanks

Henrik


Re: Baugley Drewery Loco.

John Garaty
 

Hi Henrik,
There was a line drawing General Arrangement in "Cane Trains" about the sugar Industry in Fiji. This book also had line drawings of a lot of the other equipment that operated in Fiji. There may be line drawings or photos of similar units in LR66 (australina Sugar) and LR77 (Fiji Sugar).

The ILRMS has a similar unit "Seymour".

http://www.ilrms.com.au/seymour.htm

and in action
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fT6-2EZaqBo

I have taken a lot of detail photos of "Seymour" for a planned 7mm scale model. I would be happy to put these up in an album for you if you wish.
Regards
John Garaty
Unanderra

--- In LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au, "Henrik" <hdhj5862@...> wrote:

Hi Guys,

I am looking for some drawings for the above mentioned loco for a project. Does anyone know where I can source a set? I have the Accucraft model and seen one in the flesh at Woodford on a visit and now have the taste. I think it would make an awesome 7 1/4" model!! :-)

Thanks

Henrik


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Re: Baugley Drewery Loco.

Scott Jesser <scottjesser@...>
 

Henrik,

I understand the Accucraft model closely resembles Baguley-Drewry 0-6-0 DH 3662, built in 1970 for CSR’s Lautoka Mill in Fiji and fitted with a 280hp GM 8V-71 engine. It was sent from Lautoka to Labasa Mill on Vanua Levu but suffered from broken axles and was withdrawn. I saw in it 2008, dumped in Labasa yard without an engine.

Scott Jesser

From: Henrik Dorbeck
Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 4:16 PM
To: LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au
Subject: Re: [LRRSA] Baugley Drewery Loco.


David,

Thanks for your reply. The closest I can find is the Woodford Baugley. I was
there in March and quite impressed with it. So much so that I managed to find an
Accucraft model going spare. I had thought of looking at it in 7 1/4" gauge as a
model. Details I have found are as follows;
Wheel Arrangement: 0-6-0DM
• Built by EE Baguley Ltd, Burton-on-Trent, UK, for Railway,
Mine and Plantation Equipment Ltd, UK
• Weight:
• Build #: 3377 of 1953
• Horse Power: fitted with a 6LW Gardner Diesel Motor
Would love any additional details like a line drawing for a starter.

Thanks again

Henrik


Re: Baugley Drewery Loco.

Henrik Dorbeck
 

David,

Thanks for your reply. The closest I can find is the Woodford Baugley. I was
there in March and quite impressed with it. So much so that I managed to find an
Accucraft model going spare. I had thought of looking at it in 7 1/4" gauge as a
model. Details I have found are as follows;
Wheel Arrangement: 0-6-0DM
• Built by EE Baguley Ltd, Burton-on-Trent, UK, for Railway,
Mine and Plantation Equipment Ltd, UK
• Weight:
• Build #: 3377 of 1953
• Horse Power: fitted with a 6LW Gardner Diesel Motor
Would love any additional details like a line drawing for a starter.
 
Thanks again
 
Henrik




________________________________
From: David Halfpenny (y) <david.halfpenny@yahoo.co.uk>
To: LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au
Sent: Thu, 2 December, 2010 3:12:57 PM
Subject: Re: [LRRSA] Baugley Drewery Loco.

 

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From: "Henrik" <hdhj5862@yahoo.com.au>
Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2010 1:57 AM
To: <LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au>
Subject: [LRRSA] Baugley Drewery Loco.

Hi Guys,

I am looking for some drawings for the above mentioned loco for a
project. Does anyone know where I can source a set? I have the Accucraft
model and seen one in the flesh at Woodford on a visit and now have the
taste. I think it would make an awesome 7 1/4" model!! :-)
Henrik

I've got a book about Baguley-Drewry.

They built large numbers of very varied locomotives.

Could you narrow down the search to a specific type please?
Pictures?

David 1/2d



 




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Re: Baugley Drewery Loco.

John Browning
 

The Baguley loco at Woodford is ex Mulgrave Mill 1, Baguley 3377 of
1953,Type BG6.



Drewry Car Company Ltd (who were an agency) had nothing to do with this
locomotive, which was supplied to the order of another agency, RMP (Railway
Mine & Plantation Equipment Company Ltd).



John






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John Browning

PO Box 99

Annerley 4103

Queensland

Australia









Phone +61 (0)7 3255 9084

Mobile 0407 069 199


Re: Baugley Drewery Loco.

David Halfpenny
 

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From: "Henrik" <hdhj5862@yahoo.com.au>
Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2010 1:57 AM
To: <LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au>
Subject: [LRRSA] Baugley Drewery Loco.

Hi Guys,

I am looking for some drawings for the above mentioned loco for a project. Does anyone know where I can source a set? I have the Accucraft model and seen one in the flesh at Woodford on a visit and now have the taste. I think it would make an awesome 7 1/4" model!! :-)
Henrik

I've got a book about Baguley-Drewry.

They built large numbers of very varied locomotives.

Could you narrow down the search to a specific type please?
Pictures?

David 1/2d


Baugley Drewery Loco.

Henrik Dorbeck
 

Hi Guys,

I am looking for some drawings for the above mentioned loco for a project. Does anyone know where I can source a set? I have the Accucraft model and seen one in the flesh at Woodford on a visit and now have the taste. I think it would make an awesome 7 1/4" model!! :-)

Thanks

Henrik


Perry 0-6-2

Scott Arnell
 

Hi there,
A little while ago I requested any drawings anyone might have for a Perry 0-6-2 steam loco of the Queensland 2ft gauge cane fields. I was emailed a General arraingment from a member who I now forget. If that person is still around, id like to ask if they would mind resending it as I didnt get to make a hard copy from the computer and ive now lost it due to a hard drive crash. Any help?.
Cheers,
Scott.


Port Kembla diesel locomotive listing available as pdf

Frank Stamford
 

As part of this morning's update of the LRRSA website, a roster of the diesel locomotives of the Port Kembla steelworks has been added as a pdf download.

It has been prepared by Brad Peadon, and has 10 A4 pages and 11 photographs.

You can find it by selecting "What's new" on the main menu; or alternatively selecting "Publications" on the main menu, and then "Free downloads".

Regards,

Frank


Light Railways No.216 posted and minor website update

Frank Stamford
 

Light Railways No.216 was posted yesterday (Friday) and a minor update has been made to the website to add details of the magazine.


Regards,

Frank


Walhalla Centenary Photographs Required

John Dennis <jdennis@...>
 

Hi All,

I am writing my regular Narrow Gauge Downunder column on this amazing
event at Walhalla. I was there on the Sunday, in the wet, and my
photographs do not do justice to the day. Although I have made
arrangements with someone to supply some photos, they have not yet
arrived and the deadline is fast approaching.

Does anybody have any high quality photos they are prepared to supply
to me for the magazine, just in case those previously arranged don't
appear? I'm only looking for three or four photos, preferably spread
over both days., and as I said, as a backup.

Please reply off-line if you are able to help.

Cheers,
John
==========================================================
John Dennis jdennis@optusnet.com.au
Melbourne,Australia Home of the HOn30 Dutton Bay Tramway
and the Australian Narrow Gauge Web-Exhibition Gallery
Dutton Bay URL: http://members.optusnet.com.au/duttonbay
WebX http://members.optusnet.com.au/jdennis/ng_webex.html


EMB loco drawings

A C Lynn Zelmer
 

Thanks everyone who responded, both on and off line, I think that Steve has information (and potential further contacts) to make his 7/8" loco erection drawings... even if, like many of us, the model doesn't get built as soon as he would like.
:-)

Incidentally, my apologies if individuals didn't get a direct contact... yahoogroups seems to have had a hiccup at some point so that I didn't get some of the group messages via e-mail, and when I checked the web site one of the group messages I did get wasn't listed. Technology!

Happy modelling,
Lynn
--
Lynn Zelmer
Box 1414, Rockhampton QLD 4700 Australia
http://www.zelmeroz.com


Re: Kiama tramway

Terry
 

I was fascinated to read the items about the Kiama blue metal tramway
and thank the several contributors for some very interesting information

As a very young enthusiast in the 1940s I walked the branch line from
the NSWGR yard and the main line from the wharf to the quarry and
although the years have dimmed my memory somewhat I can clearly remember
being fascinated by the sight of a diminutive steam locomotive just
behind a fence but close to the public road and a number of wagons under
the crushers. At that stage the quarry was not operating and lantana had
started to intrude

Being young and in fear of parental or police retribution I resisted the
urge to enter the enclosed area at the quarry although I did walk out
along the tracks above the bins on the wharf - with fear of falling into
the bins. How I wished I could have gone closer to the locomotive and
peeked into the engine shed!

I am intrigued to read remarks about standard guage operations in the
Kiama quarries and even more so about about such a line to a wharf and
hope that someone will write more about the latter and indicate where
the wharf was located

Thanks for enjoyment

Terry


Timbertown Wauchope

John Browning
 

It appears that the new operators of Timbertown have been active in ensuring
that 2ft gauge operations resume soon.


The resumption date is fixed for 15 December.





Apparently they are looking for volunteer involvement, or maybe you would
just like to ride on the first train:





We only ask all volunteers to register their interest or intentions in
coming in 24 hours prior so we can organise ourselves and prepare meal
vouchers, etc.


Many tasks required to complete the railway will be carried out undercover
for obvious reasons. All volunteers are required to sign in and out not only
for insurance reasons but also for our annual reward program.


Finally as part of the re-launch we will run the railway on the 15th of
December to pre booked ticket holders. The railway will operate as a
independent part of the park as a not-for-profit organisation. The very
first run will be limited to 70 persons with some very special guests
invited, everyone will receive a limited edition bottle of port celebrating
the occasion, canapés, food, beer, wine and of course champagne and live
music, entertainment and the list goes on with of course the once in a
lifetime opportunity to take part.


Starting time will be 2.00pm. Train departs at 3.01 pm with the celebrations
concluding at 4.00pm. Very well priced at only $95.00 per person with ALL
PROFIT to be returned to the railway and future work including our planned
2011 ground up restoration of our Hudswell Clarke locomotive.


Public running will commence on Thursday the 16th December..


Huge thank you in advance, park custodians

David & Alison Waite





And here is the announcement about the resumption of operations:





Timbertown - Back on Track!!!!!!


Good evening all. Welcome to all those new subscribers to our November
update.


Very very exciting times ahead in just a few more weeks as we put together
the biggest re-launch in the park’s history, and now I will let all
subscribers in on the big news..................





December 15th 3.01 pm will be the official re-launch of the


TIMBERTOWN HERITAGE RAILWAY


and it has been a long time coming, nearly two years believe it or not, and
the smiles in the park keep getting bigger and bigger!





So far enormous effort has been put in by our staff and volunteers with many
outsiders suggesting we would never have our famous railway running again we
are about to prove them all wrong.


Our fowler locomotive is being lovingly put back together getting a fresh
coat of paint. All machining has been done with lots of painting about to
take place as soon as the rain finds someone else to annoy. The park has
seen some big changes already in the past 5 months since our arrival
starting with a complete new 7¼ inch railway achieved in just 8 days.


WE ARE CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS TO ACTION. INTERESTED PERSONS CAN ENJOY
WORKING IN THE WORLDS BEST ENVIROMENT IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS. Railway
operations, gardening, landcare, steam sawmill operations, customer
interaction, animals, heavy horses, model engineering and miniature railway
running and many other areas including restoration and running of our
extensive collection of early oil engines. Learn new skills, meet new
people, enjoy a lovely lunch and have FUN.





John







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John Browning

PO Box 99

Annerley 4103

Queensland

Australia









Phone +61 (0)7 3255 9084

Mobile 0407 069 199







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Re: Kiama tramway

bjr2105
 

From information that I have, all three steam tram motors were scrapped in
1938, but I have no idea in which month(s).



Tram motor 11A was sent to Railways Bombo Quarry, ex-Newcastle, in December
1926

Tram motor 53A was sent to Railways Bombo Quarry, ex-Newcastle, in May 1927

Tram motor 118A was sent to Railways Bombo Quarry, ex-Newcastle, in November
1926



It is interesting to note that these would have steamed from Newcastle to
Sydney to Bombo under their own power, but the usual maximum speed was 4
m.p.h., especially through points and crossings due to the tramway profile
wheels, which would have made for a VERY long travel time indeed…!



From my knowledge of the Weekly Notices, there is nothing in them for the
periods in question, as they stopped giving transfer info for steam trams in
them around 1917.



As you say, more for the bigger picture.



Bruce Rankin



From: LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au [mailto:LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au] On Behalf
Of saundersbruce78
Sent: Friday, November 19, 2010 9:16 PM
To: LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au
Subject: [LRRSA] Re: Kiama tramway





Further to the comments on Bombo Railway Quarry I can confirm that the three
steam trams were in service at Bombo by a document containing fusible plug
change records being boiler numbers 11A, 53A,118A. The dates in service(at
least the fusible plugs were being changed was from April 1927 till August
1929 then shows out of service from then till the document finishes December
1935.

Also Vulcan locomotive 1022 was on loan to Bombo November/December 1927.Then
to Enfield Then back to Bombo Quarry May 1931 till December 1931.

Vulcan Locomotive 1023 from January 1928 till August 1928 then out of
service at Bombo before being transferred back to Thirroul as spare.Then to
Enfield before back to Bombo for April 1931 only.

It would be interesting to know if there are any documents showing
locomotive transfers or weekly notices etc for this time period.It would
also be interesting to find out when these steam trams were eventually
scrapped. It all adds to the bigger picture.
Regards
Bruce Saunders

--- In LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au <mailto:LRRSA%40yahoogroups.com.au> ,
richard horne <rthorne475@...> wrote:

Further to my previous comments on the Kiama quarry's internal combustion
locos, I've now spoken to Bruce Macdonald. He confirms that on a visit to
the quarry c1947, there were traces of standard gauge track in the upper
quarry (further along Terralong Street, to the west of the quarry in which
the 2'0" gauge locos worked). It was several hundred yards from the quarry
face to the crusher so he felt it was quite plausible that a (standard
gauge) loco was used,

Bruce said that there were two standard gauge Purcell/Caldwell Vale i.c.
locos used at Minnamurra Quarry on the South Coast, so one could conceivably
have ended up at Kiama. Bruce discovered one of this pair 'quite recently'
(i.e. about 40 years ago!) among the junk in the quarryman's yard of Cleary
Bros., Bombo.

Re the standard gauge quarry line at Kiama, using ex NSWGT steam tram
locos, that Mark refers to, there were in fact two such operations. They
were not actually in Kiama, but just to the north at Bombo. The Bombo Old
State Quarry used ex NSWGT motors 51A and 54A. The Bombo Railway Quarry
used ex NSWGT motors 11A, 53A and 118A (originally 17, then N20), as well as
NSWGR Vulcan Iron Works 0-4-0ST 1218 (later 1023).

Although Bruce has some works photographs and other information on Gibson
Battle, he has no record of all the i.c. locos produced, nor knowledge of
where or if any company records survive.

Richard Horne.

--- On Wed, 17/11/10, Mark Kendrick <trainbrain@...> wrote:

From: Mark Kendrick <trainbrain@...>
Subject: Re: [LRRSA] Kiama tramway
To: LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au <mailto:LRRSA%40yahoogroups.com.au>
Date: Wednesday, 17 November, 2010, 10:28







Â









Hi,

Just further to the original query, in case this detail was missed,

there was more than one tramway in the Kiama area. Aside from the well

known ~2' gauge tram, one was standard gauge between another quarry and

wharf and used an ex NSWGT steam tram motor, perhaps others. What gauge

was used at Avon Dam?

Cheers,

Mark K



On 13/11/2010 4:16 PM, Neville Conder wrote:

Afternoon all
Been visiting the local museum in Kiama today and have a query.
It had a list of locomotives that worked on the tramway and the time
they were there. A interesting one was as follows: 1927, Gibson Battle,
petrol electric Ex Avon Dam, built in April 1921.

I thought I knew a lot about the tramway but this a new one for me. Does
anyone have any information on this loco. Did it actual work on the tramway.

Any information would be appreciated.
Neville
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Re: Kiama tramway

saundersbruce78 <bjsaunders1@...>
 

Further to the comments on Bombo Railway Quarry I can confirm that the three steam trams were in service at Bombo by a document containing fusible plug change records being boiler numbers 11A, 53A,118A. The dates in service(at least the fusible plugs were being changed was from April 1927 till August 1929 then shows out of service from then till the document finishes December 1935.

Also Vulcan locomotive 1022 was on loan to Bombo November/December 1927.Then to Enfield Then back to Bombo Quarry May 1931 till December 1931.

Vulcan Locomotive 1023 from January 1928 till August 1928 then out of service at Bombo before being transferred back to Thirroul as spare.Then to Enfield before back to Bombo for April 1931 only.

It would be interesting to know if there are any documents showing locomotive transfers or weekly notices etc for this time period.It would also be interesting to find out when these steam trams were eventually scrapped. It all adds to the bigger picture.
Regards
Bruce Saunders

--- In LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au, richard horne <rthorne475@...> wrote:

Further to my previous comments on the Kiama quarry's internal combustion locos, I've now spoken to Bruce Macdonald.  He confirms that on a visit to the quarry c1947, there were traces of standard gauge track in the upper quarry (further along Terralong Street, to the west of the quarry in which the 2'0" gauge locos worked).  It was several hundred yards from the quarry face to the crusher so he felt it was quite plausible that a (standard gauge) loco was used,

Bruce said that there were two standard gauge Purcell/Caldwell Vale i.c. locos used at Minnamurra Quarry on the South Coast, so one could conceivably have ended up at Kiama.  Bruce discovered one of this pair 'quite recently' (i.e. about 40 years ago!) among the junk in the quarryman's yard of Cleary Bros., Bombo.

Re the standard gauge quarry line at Kiama, using ex NSWGT steam tram locos, that Mark refers to, there were in fact two such operations.  They were not actually in Kiama, but just to the north at Bombo.  The Bombo Old State Quarry used ex NSWGT motors 51A and 54A.  The Bombo Railway Quarry used ex NSWGT motors 11A, 53A and 118A (originally 17, then N20), as well as NSWGR Vulcan Iron Works 0-4-0ST 1218 (later 1023).

Although Bruce has some works photographs and other information on Gibson Battle, he has no record of all the i.c. locos produced, nor knowledge of where or if any company records survive.

Richard Horne.

--- On Wed, 17/11/10, Mark Kendrick <trainbrain@...> wrote:

From: Mark Kendrick <trainbrain@...>
Subject: Re: [LRRSA] Kiama tramway
To: LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au
Date: Wednesday, 17 November, 2010, 10:28







 









Hi,

Just further to the original query, in case this detail was missed,

there was more than one tramway in the Kiama area. Aside from the well

known ~2' gauge tram, one was standard gauge between another quarry and

wharf and used an ex NSWGT steam tram motor, perhaps others. What gauge

was used at Avon Dam?

Cheers,

Mark K



On 13/11/2010 4:16 PM, Neville Conder wrote:

Afternoon all
Been visiting the local museum in Kiama today and have a query.
It had a list of locomotives that worked on the tramway and the time they were there. A interesting one was as follows: 1927, Gibson Battle, petrol electric Ex Avon Dam, built in April 1921.
I thought I knew a lot about the tramway but this a new one for me. Does anyone have any information on this loco. Did it actual work on the tramway.
Any information would be appreciated.
Neville
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EMB DH loco erection drawings

A C Lynn Zelmer
 

G'day

I have a US modelling colleague who is thinking of building a Baldwin DH such as Coolum in 7/8" scale and is looking for the equivalent of erection drawings... particularly drawings of the bogies as they aren't terribly visible in most photos.

Any suggestions? Or good photos with some field dimensions?

Ta, Lynn
--
Lynn Zelmer
Box 1414, Rockhampton QLD 4700 Australia
http://www.zelmeroz.com

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