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    G(one) W(ith) R(egret) Hall Class Loco 3 1/2" Gauge

    Hi,
    Someone asked me to post a few pics of my models/clocks so here's a couple of this loco, it's a scale model of a GWR Hall Class engine. It weighs close onto a cwt (in old money!) and is currently hanging on the wall of my lounge so as you can imagine the brackets are quite robust.
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    Weighted,mounted with pride and wonderful engineering,full marks Neil.

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    That is just a fantastic piece of workmanship. Really well done, Neil.
    If that weighs a hundredweight you certainly need good brackets and make sure that it doesn't fall on your toe.

     
     
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    That is one fantastic model Neil, a great achievement, Wow!
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Very nice indeed. What gauge is it
    "The only people who never fail are those that never try"


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    Three and a half inch, in steam it will comfortably pull 8 men.

     
     
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    Most impressive Neil.

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    That looks most impressive Neil, what a beautiful model.

     
     
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