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Hi Stephen,

I'm using your Dean bogies on my Clifton Downs auto set and very nice they are too.

Many thanks,

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Hi the Q.  Thank you for the link to 3D printing. The process was interesting too.  Best wishes Kevin 



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81F wrote: GWR Saddle tank 1751 finally finished except for loco crew and possibly head lampsHi Phil,


Hi Stephen,

I was having another look at your excellent model, being in need of a saddle tank from around 1920. Question 1. The splasher spacing doesn't actually correspond to the wheel spacing underneath.Is this because the Hornby 0-6-0 chassis is generic and doesn't actually quite match up with GWR dimensions? Question 2. Is there enough room for EM gauge spacing - 18.2mm versus 16.5mm OO?

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