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post 19 Apr 2008, 07:00
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Hi folks

I've been seaching the net for a supplier of 45 Ton Bogie Well Wagon GWR or other big four not BR in N gauge, can't seem to find any? Any pointers on where to look please?


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post 21 Apr 2008, 20:28
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Hi Swingcats.

I've been looking for the same thing myself without success. The closest I can find is a 20.5 ton Lowmac or a GWR Loriot, both of which are available via the N Gauge Society.

The only N Gauge 45 Ton Well wagon I can find is a LMS/BR Low Bed Trestrol Wagon, also available from the N Gauge Society.

I'm attaching pictures of the Loriot and the LMS Trestrol wagon but do not have one of the Lowmac.

Attached File  LMS_Tressle_Well_Wagon.pdf ( 216.78K ) Number of downloads: 79


Attached File  GWR_Loriot.pdf ( 197.76K ) Number of downloads: 65


Looks like some GWR transfers and a bit of bluffing might be the only way at the moment

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post 22 Apr 2008, 17:05
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http://www.holtmodelrailways.co.uk/photo.php?code=33900D

N-Gauge?


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QUOTE (Swingcats @ 22 Apr 2008, 17:05) *

OO gauge - 5 digit reference number; Bachy N has a 6 digit reference number.
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post 22 Apr 2008, 17:23
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Thought as much, came up on a search for N gauge, they need to tweek their site me feels. wacko.gif


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