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Phils Workbenches
« on: August 23, 2019, 02:08:21 PM »
Hi all,

OJK - to try and keep things tidy I will be posting about all the stuff in progress on my real workbench.

Having a virtual workbench is something I can do without!

Just trying to keep the real workbench progress going is bad enough!

Anyway - to start soon, so watch this space!

Thanks
Phil H
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Re: Phils Workbenches
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2019, 09:45:29 PM »
OK - First up on here will be a completly new project.

Frieghtliner flats wagons - FFA/FGA in N gauge

For reference I mainly am using Paul Bartlett's photo site

https://paulbartlett.zenfolio.com/brfreightlinercontainer

Still some research to do as I also intend doing the double ended single wagons as well as 4/5 flat sets

Basic model to start from?

Worsley Works - FFA/FGA

=C=Rail= Containers - all types as available in kit or RTR.

Photos to follow once I get on with the modelling.

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Phil H

Update 1 - etches now arrived.

Update 2 - the three wagons used on the Far North Line are some of the wagons I will be making in this build.

A new post on Facebook has confirmed what I thought I had seen back in the early 80's.

Arran has confirmed the wagon numbers as well - thanks....

Quote - "there were 3 wagons in the pool coded FGB then later FJB No 610999 / 602206 and 602331 all converted from inner wagons"

Now just need to find photos

Update 3 - more info on the double ended ones for the Far North Line.

Crredit to Porcy Main on RMWeb.

B601999 FGF                                     1966

B602206 FFB Converted 1977          1967     Renumbered B601997 on conversion.
B602231 FFB Converted 1977          1967     Renumbered B601998 on conversion.

RDB602548 FFB-Research Dept.     1969    Renumbered B601996 on conversion. (FJA) To revenue traffic circa. 1980.

Conversions carried out at Temple mills.


 
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Re: Phils Workbenches
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2019, 09:55:48 PM »
those the type that ran to coatbridge phil that you intend to model ?

 

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