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This wonderful selection of pictures were sent to me by Ulrich Moll and show an
O&K and a Simplex, both beautifully assembled and painted, on his layout,
These are exactly the sort of images I would like to create on my own layouts!
Industrial railways at work!
Salvatore Spinelli has built this N(1:160) gauge Draisine of Italian Ferrovie dello
Stato in 1970. He used a 4x8mm micromotor (not yet in my range) with my steel
worm and brass gear and finds it runs at a nice pace.
The two photos show comparisons with a European cent and German Kof.
Steve Burborough from UK says that this 7mm scale Simplex is his first attempt at a brass kit - it
looks pretty good to me and shows that this kit is not just for the craftsmen modeller types. As a
keen Simplex fan Steve plans to build the 4mm scale version next.
This selection of models and diaramas are by Ian Wynn who uses my mechanisms and parts in some. The
photos are described from top left to bottom right in Ian's own words.
#1 - My latest, -although i had to lose the picturesque piping & toolbox clutter on the sides, - as it prevented
disassembly, -i still think it has a look of O&k about it. #2; -with the little 040 saddle tank Bagnall i
built last year from a meridian kit. (the only non freelance loco, based on pictures i saw of engines working
a coal mine in india) #3 -showing the shim brass covers i made to stop hairs & crap getting wound into
the gears . #4 -same two again with some Parkside rolling stock. #5 -same 2 again, showing how the
meridian arrangement allows realistic cab detail, #6 -7 years worth of loco building, -chassis by LIMA, (440)
FARRISH, (060 & 060 PT) & HALLING, (040 T) #7, 8, 9, -some 'retro' shots using some mostly scratchbuilt
vehicles dating back to the time i was going to do a WWI narrow gauge trench layout, - then i found out that
not only had it been done, but several firms offered kits for this subject. -about the same time, i had an idea
for a hypothetical North West Frontiere line, (Rawalpindi to Kabul) with rickety trestles, vertical
landscapes, redcoat hill forts wily pathan snipers etc, -topical nowadays, -i wonder if anybody has done that
one? #10 -shot against the light to show how much light shows under the boilers -does'nt show up too well
on this. #11 -comparing the latest loco with the oldest, -the 440 started life as a Lima Deltic power bogie
(knackered) that someone gave me in the late 1970s, it's on the 3rd or 4th rebuild now.- oddly, when i did
the last rebuild it was freelance, like most of the others, but a couple of years later i came across a picture
of a cyprus railway Naysmith-Wilson 440 that bore a striking resemblance, -even had the cow catcher that i
was going to make, but rejected as too american.