I visited Bluebell and Severn in 1975 and liked it very much.
Tank, not tender engines I would say.
Maximum speed 40 mph?4 feet drivers OK?
What was name of said driver and can one read more?
The P1 was best looking LNER locomotive according to mr Bulleid.
With three inches smaller and five instead of four sets of driving wheels,and...
That is exactly why I propose an asymmetrical two cylinder compound.From one side You can show kids a normal british inside 4-4-0 and the other a...
Another proposal for a better newbuild is the crazy LSWR T7.
Mr Urie considered doing something with it but did not.
Could easily be UKs best and...
The picture with the inside conrod is interesting.
To me it looks like the crankshaft is assembled with the SKF oil pressure method that was...
I like that picture very much.Do You have more?
Single throw cranks often doing ugly things in 1935 would be considered bad engineering many other places in the world.
Yes, but the claimed beauty of built up cranks, is that it can be taken apart and assembled a couple of times.
The picture shows not a pressing...
Is it going to have roller inside conrod big end?
Was it some kind of poppet valve with rotary cams on P2?
The forged ones can be stronger?P2s had crank issues.
I understand very well that grown up men seriously build a new edition of locomotives that was rail disturbing and selfdestructing more than...
I have the book but LSWR loading gauge was wider then as today.(I think)
Am wondering why it was made that way .
Contemporary german doing same job...
If someone has a 3D model of a Maid of Kent or School or Midland compound or LNWR Precursor or Superheater Tank please mail me a copy.
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