LNER/GE N7 0-6-2

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LNER/GE N7 0-6-2

Postby gobbler » Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:47 pm

Ok.......

While I'm sorting out the lighting on my Class 109 Wickham (Thanks Clive)..........I'm starting one of these to pull my scratch built suburban coaches.

The N7,
n7 bits 1.jpg

it's taken 15 10a scaples to open out all the spokes
horn1.jpg

horn2.jpg


The chassis and wheel spacing are correct according to FJ Roche drawings....Yippee!!
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Re: LNER/GE N7 0-6-2

Postby gobbler » Fri Nov 25, 2011 11:32 pm

Well,

Here's a couple of shot of the boiler/smoke box.
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Re: LNER/GE N7 0-6-2

Postby gobbler » Mon Nov 28, 2011 1:35 pm

Done some more........

another angle

n7_1.JPG


Working on the plash guards and the curvey bit at the front, also the radius on the coal bunker.

Anyone got any shots of the inside of the cab???? the N7 is preserved at Holt in Norfolk
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Re: LNER/GE N7 0-6-2

Postby gobbler » Mon Dec 05, 2011 3:08 pm

Done a smidge more.......

The splashers, bunker curve, piston cover, boiler bands and a smoke box door.

n7 3-4 front.JPG

n7 3-4 front_2.JPG


Have started on the westinghouse equipment.

lots of rails/handles to do.....a visit to John Dutfield will be in order soon.

Oh, those water tank filler caps.......
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