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Re: Require reference to NZ Public Works Department 1920s Ford loco

Thanks Brian,I have dealt with Montage World Wide previously and found them to be very good. cheersGeoff On Sunday, 3 May 2015, 19:06, "'Brian'
Geoff Potter
May 3
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Re: Require reference to NZ Public Works Department 1920s Ford loco

Here’s a direct link to the page where you can buy it, these mob are very prompt to deal with.
Brian
May 3
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16477

Re: Require reference to NZ Public Works Department 1920s Ford loco

Geoff Model T Locomotives Nov/Dec 1992 issue of the Gazette. Ken Clark GWN
ferroequinologist1
May 1
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16476

Require reference to NZ Public Works Department 1920s Ford loco arti

Dear all, In the NG & SL Gazette years ago there was an article on the tiny T Ford powered locos used on dam construction by the New Zealand Public Works
Geoff Potter
May 1
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16475

Re: Colour photos from US 1939-1943

Pleasure Geoff. I enjoyed your displays at ANGC2015. Can I entice you to make the trip to Geelong in 2017. Regards Rod Hutchinson Australia On May 1, 2015
Rod Hutchinson
May 1
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NGG Progress at Belgrave

Hi All, Puffing Billy have received one of the engine units for the NGG 16 back this week, this follows delivery of the boiler, and forming plates last week!
gould_scott
May 1
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Re: Colour photos from US 1939-1943

Hello Rod, theses are great images, thanks for sharing. They are from the Library of Congress in America. More images from the same Farm Security
Geoff Potter
Apr 30
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Colour photos from US 1939-1943

From Al Sandrini in US. Some photos depicting many different regions of the U.S. from 1939 to 1943. From a modeling aspect, the structures and landscapes
Rod Hutchinson
Apr 30
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16471

Re: Climax Manufacturing Log Cars

Hello David, We have been out of town to see our daughter and just got back. Here is a drawing of the underside of a West Side 24 foot flat car. It does not
jerry via FMW.com
Apr 29
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16470

Re: Climax Manufacturing Log Cars

Dear David, You need to source a copy of "the Climax Locomotive" book from Osorail, drawings of both Climax skeleton log cars body types, and the 2x truck
John Dimitrievich
Apr 27
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16469

Re: Climax Manufacturing Log Cars

wondered if anyone had a set of dimensioned drawings they could share for the Narrow Gauge log cars manufactured by the Climax Manufacturing Company (Narrow
Stephen Cox
Apr 27
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16468

Climax Manufacturing Log Cars

Hi all, wondered if anyone had a set of dimensioned drawings they could share for the Narrow Gauge log cars manufactured by the Climax Manufacturing Company
David Price
Apr 26
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16467

Re: H0 scale CMP trucks

Hi Jeroen, I've just got around to adding some shots of a 1:50 Blitz still available via eBay and other sources for those modelling in 1:48 scale.  The Trax
David Price
Apr 25
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16466

Re: 2015 12th Australian Narrow Gauge Convention, Bowral, NSW

I have just got back from Calgary, a 10 hour drive. August, am planning to drive to Houston Texas to do a clinic at the Narrow Gauge Convention.. That's 2500
Tom
Apr 25
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Re: 2015 12th Australian Narrow Gauge Convention, Bowral, NSW

Or the easy route. Fly to Vancouver then the 14 hour direct flight to Sydney and connecting flight to Melbourne. Only 6 hours time change and a day which is
David & Crenagh
Apr 25
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