On Sandy's Workbench-NER Engineers Petrol Inspection Saloon

Discussion in 'Workbenches, including workshop techniques.' started by Sandy Harper, 26 February 2018.

  1. If there are any other angles on this class, let me know I have a erm, small collection of Stanier tank negs
     
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  2. Sandy Harper

    Sandy Harper Western Thunderer

    Hi Duncan, Your photographs were invaluable and I have now made a couple of injectors from them. Or at least my interpretation of what I think they look like! These will now be sent to the caster for inclusion in the forthcoming kit.
    Many thanks for your kind help.
    Regards
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  3. Your welcome, glad to be able to help
     
  4. Sandy Harper

    Sandy Harper Western Thunderer

    'Twee' is the word you're looking for!

    New kit from Walsworth Models.

    Still awaiting the castings for the interior arm chairs and couch. Very plush.

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  5. Barnaby

    Barnaby Active Member

    Hello Sandy taking you back to post #11 the near side trailing wheel looks as if it is before the buffer beam or is it just optics gone wonky?
    Best
     
  6. Sandy Harper

    Sandy Harper Western Thunderer

    ????? You have got me confused there. There is no photo in post #11! Post #12 is a photo of an actual loco and not a model. Is that the one you are referring to?

    Sandy
     
  7. Genghis

    Genghis Western Thunderer

    Hmm......the numbering of post 11 looks like it refers to the picture of the real tank in post 12 and there does seem to be an optical illusion that the trailing pony wheel could be nearer the camera than the buffer beam. As it's the real thing it clearly is an illusion.
     
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  8. Barnaby

    Barnaby Active Member

    Yes on my pc that photo is at 11 too. Does look odd though