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So I got everything unpacked yesterday, and i finally found out how many Loco's I had brought back from the UK.
All of them are Steam, there is about 40 of them, one of them is a set my father obtained called the Sir Ralph Wedgwood it is a three set Loco covering from the 30s until they came out of service in the late 50s.
I will post pictures when I get around to it :)
 

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I posted a few pictures of some of the Loco's what do you think of the Rob Roy ????
 

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it runs on solid fuel :)
I would love to get it running, it has run on compressed air with no problems
 

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now that is cool,
The Rob Roy took about 4 years to build in total, it caused many fights between me and my father :)
I was thinking about building another one, a 2,8,2 loco but we shall see.
off topic i know but wanted to show it off :)
 

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That Rob Roy train locomotive is really cool, I would love to see it up and running... The tractor was really cool too Shay, I liked how you stuck the camera on the back... Seems that it needs less horse power and more torque though, LOL :D

To top it off you had that wonderful song in there :cool:
Thanks :)....... big grin all over my face now.
When running on its own steam it is strong enough to pull 3 to 4 fully grown adults on a carriage .
 

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Thanks :)....... big grin all over my face now.
When running on its own steam it is strong enough to pull 3 to 4 fully grown adults on a carriage .
Ahhhh...so we're not talking about an Aster or Mamod here, not when it can pull adults around.:thumbsup:
 
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