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 Posted: Thu Sep 24th, 2015 06:28 pm
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BIG Hello all:),
           I have just purchased for around £28, two differing 3D moulded chassis for tram style loco's, and, after constructing their respective bodies, will want to purchase stacks domes etc etc etc, BUT, can i find a site to cover these requests:shock:, no i can not:cry::???::roll:.
           Having and paying note as to the scale and size of said locomotives etc, could any of you guys, and galls!!?, please give me some direction as to what and where site wise i should be best looking into/at, thanks people; will be posting in my NG topic very soon my firdst scratch built station building based on Bodian, just need to put down pipes gutters and some little other bits on to finish...

                                                            Very best regards to all...................Tom.......:);-):cool:

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What scale are you modeling in Tom?



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Hi Mike,
           I am modelling in 009, NG.......

                            Regards...........Tom.........:);-):cool:

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Don't know if this is any good Tom.

http://www.lytchettmanor.co.uk/narrow_couplings.html

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Hi Ed,
      Thanks mate, that's ideal, but why they put stacks and dome etc parts in with coupling beats me mate:???::lol::lol:, any way, thanks again...
                                                Very best regards.........................Tom...........:);-):cool:
                                               

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Hi Sol,
       Very nice to, thanks i had forgotten these people, indeed a hell of a lot to use their:shock:;-)......

                                       Many grateful thanks mate.........................Tom.......;-):cool:

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Hi Tom,

You could also try Alan Gibson Workshop or Markits, both have a good selection of stacks, domes, whistles, air pumps, darts, etc. Also Wizard Models, who now have the Comet Models range. Nigel Lawton's OO9 web site has some interesting bits and pieces.  Components from small OO 0-6-0 engines normally look fine, although you may have to file the base of chimneys, domes, etc. to get them to fit the curvature of the boiler. The Broad Gauge Society has the old IKB range, most of the brass fittings including springs are suitable for OO9 (locomotives were relatively small back then with boilers to match). Keykits kits and parts went to Adrian Swain (ABS Models), good luck with that one  (I have his address somewhere, he was answering to snail mail only).

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Thanks Nigel mate, will bookmark these offerings and have a good look; me thinks for now, i have a very good selection to go over so, many thanks chaps for all the great help and advice........

                                               Very best regards to all..........................Tom............:);-):cool:

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