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QUOTE (Jeorge @ 15 Feb 2007, 15:21) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>


Indeed, but it's still a useful chassis.

(As an aside 55 my father was evacuated to Tamworth in 1940)

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QUOTE (Jeorge @ 15 Feb 2007, 15:48) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>LMS Loco, BR Number
Jeorge, who is trying to work out what the 56xxx actually was.

Wasn't it a Caley shunter?

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QUOTE (John Webb @ 15 Feb 2007, 19:39) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>My Winter 61/62 Combined Volume lists 56029, 31 and 39 as 0-4-0ST 0F Drummond and McIntosh Caledonian 'Pugs' introduced 1885. A photo in the book of 56029 shows that the Hornby model bears a reasonable resemblance to this class of loco.
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I checked my summer '56 combined volume (I collect them how sad is that) 56025 is shown as being in the above class

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QUOTE (pedromorgan @ 19 Feb 2007, 13:47) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>"Indeed, but it's still a useful chassis."

Here here. and a usefull painting / weathering excercise for anyone unsure of their abilities.

Peter

Very true, a fair few years ago I detailed and weathered one for use on an industrial layout - it looked pretty good.

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