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 Posted: Sun May 24th, 2015 03:14 pm
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Hi, do,es anyone know where I can find drawings for a Johnson 060 1f tank engine? I would like to have a go at building one in O scale for my Wheeldon Mill layout. I am in no great rush to start I have more than enough to do this year but I would like to get prepared. I have tried googleing for info but without success, Isinglass don,t appear to cover this loco, and I don,t know of any other sources so any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.


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I have had a look at a couple of sites that index model railway mags, and I have found a couple of references to half cab 0-6-0 locos, in Model Railways magazine, one for Jan, 1975, the other for Oct, 1975. Of course it doe,s not follow that the drawings are for what I am looking for, other companies built half cabs the G.W.R, to name just one such. Any way if anyone has either or both mag,s in their library would you consider copying the relevant articles for me? or if anyone knows where I may buy them I would be very grateful.
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Have a look in Historic Locomotive Drawings in 4mm by Roche. You might find one in there that you can upsize.



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Thanks for that Mick, I will keep an eye open for that mind you I may try the library first and see if they can get hold of one!
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