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Thanks to a lazy postman not bothering to leave a card saying my parcel had been left in the children's playhouse, I didn't realise that my latest ebay purchase had been delivered on Friday. This in turn has restricted how far I could get on this project over the weekend. The aim, conversion of ...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 10 Dec 2018
A very long time after completing the detailing, I have finally got on with painting my autocoach into wartime brown, based on a 1945 photo of 4870. I have bought it forward a couple of years to 1947 (with 4870 now renumbered as 1470) , however the coach will remain muc b the same z  As previo...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 9 Dec 2018
It's been a while since the last blog entry and part of the reason for that has been my having to devote time to a fairly major DIY job at home, which is thankfully now more or less completed. The previous entry had concluded with a virtually operational chassis, which required detailing. ...
Source: Engine Wood | 7 Dec 2018
I know it's only been a week since my last confession, but I've reached the point when I can transit onto the next board. Progress this weekend has seen the point rodding installed to boards 3 and 4, board 3 finished and board 5 duly dragged down ready to start. I still need to break up and detail t...
Source: The Strawberry Line | 2 Dec 2018
A long time ago, I showed that I had conceived a design for a pretty unusual vehicle in the Highland’s fleet, a cradle bolster.   They gave this diagram no 25 and it has a square cradle that sits on the top of a fairly simple body.  The cradle had four bolsters protruding from its corners a...
Source: highland miscellany | 27 Nov 2018
Now I have got the baseboard around out of the scenic section into the corner built I needed to make some track and think about fiddle-yard design. Off-scene I am happy with using ready to run P4 track rather than laying timber sleepers and plastic chairs. I decided that the corner might as well hav...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 27 Nov 2018
After reapraying the roof into light grey this evening, the work on 20302 is now nearly complete.   Tomorrow I need to tidy up the seepage through the masking around the curve on the top of the ends, replace the front wipacs and add transfers. After which it can return to its box with 37612 a...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 26 Nov 2018
Last night I finally made a start on a job that has been awaiting attention for far too long, painting the roofs of coaches.  At last count I currently have 7 Centenaries, a H26, a H33, a Large Window first, 5 Mainline sunshine stock and 8 Hornby Colletts that all need the roofs painting grey. ...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 26 Nov 2018
An excellent day out was enjoyed by the crew at Steam in Beds in the village of Eaton Bray near Leighton Buzzard yesterday. I suggested adding an incorporating 'Diesel's near Dunstable' tag line should have been added to the exhibition flier! The chancel arch of the parish church was once again fill...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 25 Nov 2018
After the distractions of the Triang bogie brake, I've found time to return to the scenics of board 4. I've mocked up the market gardeners cottage based on the limited information I have. I think it's a little too large at the moment but I'll ponder that one. The rest is a repeat of previous boards;...
Source: The Strawberry Line | 23 Nov 2018
Continuing my slow attempts to model a Penzance TPO circa 1998 (still a lot quicker than my attempts at the same train circa 1947 though...)  The next coach is a NUA, basically a break version of the NTA POT vans (rather a redundant concept in the 90s given that the service was top and tailed w...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 22 Nov 2018
This model is driving me insane! I just can't seem to stop making mistakes, all the more annoying when plan a had been to finish it off in 2000s condition and flog on eBay.  So having filled the surplus windows and repainted today I set about adding transfers. The ends were a little proble...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 21 Nov 2018
I have slowly been progressing with my model of 37612. First up the other end has been converted and is now ready for some paint repairs, I have also found the rest of the jumper cables (although they cannot be fitted until the painting is finished and nose numbers have been applied given that one...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 20 Nov 2018
We have managed to get virtually all the signal parts etched once more. Just a couple of bits still unable to find of the previous owners. I will probably draw those up again.There follows a list of all the parts we do have, with prices and pictures of the etches following, although the software to ...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 19 Nov 2018
Hi All, some long overdue updates over the next couple of days:I have been very busy on all kinds of railway related matters as well as satisfying the E.B.Models orders. It has taken quite a time to get everything for that range organised in a manner which means we can see the realistic costs of eac...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 19 Nov 2018
Inspired by PMPs recent blog, I have finally got on with adding an ash pan to my DJM model of 1470. Cobbled together from some black plasticard cut to shape roughly from the etched version on a high level chassis. Stuck to some square section plastic spur and glued onto the chassis.  It was th...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 18 Nov 2018
I didn't get nearly as much done as I hoped this evening, however have at least made progress on a couple of long term projects blocking space on the work bench.   First up 47768, it has got to the point that I can't axxwpt the depot plaques on the cab sides that were removed in 96. So I ...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 18 Nov 2018
So the fifth baseboard got drawn, cut and constructed, together with the cork for the track bed. Then I got as far as sticking down the sleepers and laying 3 feet of track before the temptation to 'play trains' took over. As I now have a little bit of track at either end of the loop I can now pass t...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 11 Nov 2018
Come on the road with us this weekend – we're at Tolworth Showtrain with St Merryn. St Merryn at the start of the show...
Source: The South London Area Group | 10 Nov 2018
One of my long standing 'round tuit' projects has been a Triang bogie luggage van that was given to me by the late Bob Haskins. As is the way, I was looking for something else in the modelling room when I came across a box containing a number of wagons he'd given me, some years ago now. I knew I'd p...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 8 Nov 2018
Taking a layout to shows is a surprisingly tense experience.  There is the joy of the Friday traffic which typically adds 30% to the journey time (or rather more if the M6 is closed as I experienced once!).  But it is the setting a layout up at a show is always a tense moment; typically there is a...
Source: highland miscellany | 7 Nov 2018
At the recent Brighton Circle AGM, Nicholas Pryor brought along his made up examples of the 4mm Type 15 Craven carriages and the Type 20D Brake Van built by Ian Willets and painted by Dave Studley. I was really please with how these have turned out and it has spurred me on to try and get a train of ...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 6 Nov 2018
After a couple of weeks I've now completed the cross-over and catch point on the fourth baseboard. Following prompting from 'Western Star' I redrew the cross-over using a pair of C8 turnouts which meant I could use the pre-prepared Vs I'd bought from C&L earlier in the year. I'm quite pleased with ...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 5 Nov 2018
A while back I converted a Schudo Mercedes lorry into a covered tipper for use on my clay layout, I say converted but at the time I only did half the job. It remained as a 3 axle and has no detail on the rear door.  Last night I set about sorting that, the first job being that missing axle at ...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 3 Nov 2018
Further work on the chassis has seen a rolling chassis, now powered by a Mashima 1220 and a slim flywheel and the High Level gearbox 'lash-up' that I described earlier.  Pick ups haven't been fitted yet, so the chassis has been tested on the still-embryonic 'Bethesda Sidings' with some very thi...
Source: Engine Wood | 1 Nov 2018
Back in 2010 I made a start on improving a Vi Trains model of 47768 in RES livery, it has had my usual treatment being fitted with Extreme Etchings roof grills, Maygib wheels and screw couplings. It has also been fitted with the pipe which runs across the roof grills on some 47s.  Unfortunatly...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 30 Oct 2018
Work has moved this month onto the 4th board, which has seen the half chairs added, rails painted, ballast applied (correct type first time this time), rodding stool bases stuck on and one of the line side fences posts planted. How to sum up in one sentence what actually took a few weeks to achieve...
Source: The Strawberry Line | 29 Oct 2018
Another old project that I am trying to finish off (in between lettering GWR wagons) is a Hornby shark in Loadhaul livery. If I remember rightly the prototype Hornby released should have flush sides (else another Loadhaul liveries Shark has flush sides)  The sides were smoothed off with fille...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 29 Oct 2018
On to the locos for my Virgin XC loco hailed service,   First up 47853, one of only two Heljan class 47s out of what once was a fleet of over ten (the other is in GWT and was my first complete respray). The loco is too late for 1998 being in XP64 livery names Rail Express (whose limited edition...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 28 Oct 2018
I have mentioned previously that I have an issue with a lack of Kaydee coupling boxes relative of the number of coupling hooks I have available  I think I have come up with a suitable soloution...  It starts with a length of aluminium rod of a suitable diameter, A hole is drilled in some ...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 28 Oct 2018
Video Description....Dingham Auto Couplers - I love them. You can use them with real 3-Link, Instanter & Screw couplings with the minimal of fettling, they provide delayed uncoupling and they use the buffers to propel stock thus giving a very realistic operation and look. Not too unobtrusive either....
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 27 Oct 2018
Although not Highland vehicles, these full brakes have a strong association with the Highland’s branchlines in the post grouping years.  Once the LMS took over the Highland’s system in 1923, they seemed to have been horrified by the state of the coaching stock that they inherited!  Por...
Source: highland miscellany | 27 Oct 2018
I concluded the previous blog entry on this subject by saying that the next job would be to fettle the Perseverance frames to fit the Hattons/DJM body. These are the frames as provided on the Perseverance etch:   And separated from the fret:   The 'topography' of the underside of the Hatto...
Source: Engine Wood | 25 Oct 2018
As the title suggests really. I've been planning a few layouts for a while and the big dream layout I have not decided whether to do in 00 or P4. Initially I scrapped the P4 idea for this particular layout because the 'minimum'curve radius of 48" wouldn't fit. However, after spending seve...
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 24 Oct 2018
Followers of this blog will probably be aware that I share some of my model railway escapades with the two authors of the blog OTCM.  Both of the authors are in the process of putting together entries into a competition to build cameo layouts being orchestrated by the publishers Titfield Thunderbol...
Source: highland miscellany | 22 Oct 2018
http://www.railfaneurope.net/pix/gb/car/Mk2/MK2-RFB/1211-10.jpghttp://www.railfaneurope.net/pix/gb/car/Mk2/MK2-RFB/1211-10.jpgAs an interlude to the work on my mk2F RFB, a little background on the formation in which it will sit. The standard Virgin XC formation in the late 90s consisted of a BS...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 22 Oct 2018
Yesterday while visiting the East Somerset Railway, I picked up a Parkside kit for a W7 diagram prize cattle van. Its been a fun build, all be it not Parkside's finest work. The floor is rather below what you would expect (with no location marks for the gas tank or breaks) and lots of parts for the ...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 21 Oct 2018
Today I took advantage of the warm weather to do the majority of the painting on the Mk22 RFB, first priming the buffet area and then spraying the grey.  Typically I have now ran out of masking tape so I can't do the rest. I might just use a set of fox transfers to add the red stripe and tou...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 21 Oct 2018
Onto the home stretch....  The revised approach for the window blanks was a lot more effective, once covered with filler to blend in the corners it is now almost seamless. After the first filler application it looked as below After which it was given a quick dusting of primer over the dark gre...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 20 Oct 2018
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 18 Oct 2018
Things are not going completely to plan on the buffet conversion, I had filled the windows and started sanding back, however the finish was nowhere near good enough. While not immediately visible, after filing back the filler there was a slight indent around the filled windows (I expect paint would...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 18 Oct 2018
A couple of blog postings ago I included a photograph of my Claud in the platform waiting for more track to be built before it could proceed towards Long Melford. Well it didn't have to wait too long before it could go at least a little further. The siding kicks back behind the station master's gard...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 16 Oct 2018
After being woken by the children at a ridiculous hour this morning I decided to make use of the time to do a little pre work modelling. Before I turn attention back to the layouts I want to finish off a quick coach project and get by Virgin Cross Country loco hauled rake finished.  I have mode...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 15 Oct 2018
I got back to building more pointwork today, the first for some time. One job I always feel a bit wary about is getting the joggle in the stock rail where the end of the switchblade fits. One of the recommended ways to do this is to bend the rail twice with a pair of pliers. I've always found this a...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 14 Oct 2018
An hour on the lasercutter this morning allowed me to mark the trackwork for the fourth baseboard onto 6mm cork. The marking out was pretty much perfect but I over-cooked it on the cutting power. Cork cuts really quite badly and you need a lot of power to go any distance into the material with the c...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 9 Oct 2018
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 9 Oct 2018
Don’t worry – this is not announcement of being turned to the dark side of modelling “Green With Rivets” (aka the GWR)!  Instead it is a reference to a week’s trip to the extreme west of Cornwall to support my wife who was appearing in a musical that was running for a ...
Source: highland miscellany | 30 Sep 2018
Now that work is virtually complete on the first two boards (barring the buildings), I've put the first one to one side and begun work on the third one. Although I can erect 6 boards at a time in the garage, they're spanning other layouts and junk meaning they're too high to work on without standing...
Source: The Strawberry Line | 30 Sep 2018
I've been expressing my dissatisfaction with the chassis and mechanism of the Hattons/DJM 14XX for some time now and I have finally started to do something about it. The background to this is that I need a 14XX as the 'signature' loco for my new 'cameo' shunting layout 'Bethesda Sidings', which...
Source: Engine Wood | 28 Sep 2018
A good few hours in TurboCAD, followed by some time on the laser cutter produced parts for the fourth baseboard for my Stour Valley project. This board was a bit more complex than the previous three because it needed to accommodate the small stream which I think was originally part of the moat of th...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 26 Sep 2018
I made a blog here...  http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/blog/483/entry-21325-a-tale-of-two-ducks-5700-conversions-many-pics/  Well here is a video of it!  ...
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 26 Sep 2018
At Scaleforum one of the key purchases on my shopping list was a set of handrail brackets for a couple of Bachmann Toads from MRD. While I was there I spotted the etched replacement doors for Iron Minks, which comes with a brass roof and break gear. Seeing as I have an unbuilt ratio kit in the to...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 24 Sep 2018
Over the last couple of weeks I managed to get the remaining line in the platform laid and wire up the remainder of the track. The result means that I can now play at shunting trains in and out of the goods yard.I tried with a mix bag of stock in terms of springing/compensation/solid axles and my fu...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 23 Sep 2018
Ok, it seems a little odd to start a post on wagonloads with a couple of vans but they do give away subtle signs that they are actually earning money and not just trundling around.  Chalk markings and labels are the give-away here.  The chalk markings are done with a sharp chinagraph pencil which ...
Source: P4NewStreet | 18 Sep 2018
Exhibition season always ramps up this time of year. This coming weekend i’ll be at Scaleforum helping Mr Horn with his baseboard business. Hard to believe a year ago was Brettell road’s exhibition debut at the same show. Scaleforum 2018  A few weeks after will see Brettell Road’s...
Source: P4NewStreet | 18 Sep 2018
After a trip to Duxford for a flight in a 1940s Harvard, last night I managed a little work on the 20/3, I have been trying a technique I have used previously for paint repairs. applying a very thick layer of paint, then cutting back with wet & dry to get a smooth finish with the surrounding paint,...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 17 Sep 2018
This week I have been mostly planting apple trees and making GWR line side fencing. The fencing is made from Evergreen 1.5mm square strip, cut into 20mm lengths to represent the 5ft posts. I worked out some time ago that if you cut this with a pair of Xuron track shears, you are left with one flush ...
Source: The Strawberry Line | 16 Sep 2018
At last some actual modelling! Two Little Ducks; Twenty Two - Quack Quack! You remember my RWS Duck From 2007 right? Of course you do. It was kindly hosted on TRLOTTTE that I am relieved to finally realize has been saved by Ryan and his merry men! http://www.sodor-island.net/railwayseries/http://www...
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 15 Sep 2018
Having now received the missing stock box I have started looking at the next loco completion project, 20302 in DRS livery  The issue is that I started modellingit in 2006 condition and have now decided I want it in 1998.  So I need to remove the centre headlights, multi working box at the...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 14 Sep 2018
As I’ve mentioned in the past I am trying to not add to the wagon roster for Brettell Road, rather just trying to finish off the un-started and partially started kits I already have. Although one or 2 new ones have snuck in to the to-do pile somehow. Heres the latest to find their way off my w...
Source: P4NewStreet | 13 Sep 2018
A while ago I modified a Cambrian Turbot kit with a Rumney Models bogie bolster E underframe. (see here). Ive finally got around to doing the others too. Here they are on a visit to Brettell Road. ...
Source: P4NewStreet | 13 Sep 2018
I have been slowly plodding on with the storage sidings and have now completed turnout 26 out of 39. The main UP and DOWN sidings are finished as far as the track laying is concerned with a number of buffers to be added at a later date. They are not yet operational as the task of wiring and the addi...
Source: barrowroad's Blog | 12 Sep 2018
Last night saw cattle van no3 assembled, this time building straight from the kit rather than adding my usual sprung suspension as the wagon is being built for OO only. Going forward it will just be long wheelbase stock getting the extra suspension units (along with anything with poorly designed pa...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 12 Sep 2018
The current project to grace the workbench is a short rake of cattle wagons, the first 3 wagons will be a pair of Coopercraft W5s and an Airfix kit converted into a W12  The first Coopercraft was built while working away from home a few years ago, in the meantime it has suffered some damage. T...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 11 Sep 2018
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 10 Sep 2018
As mentioned in my last blog I picked up a bargain Mainline Siphon H as spares and repair from eBay. Looking at the photos it looked to include a set of replacement American bogies and metal wheels, but was unclear as to the condition of the rest.  After arrival it was clearly in a pretty good...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 9 Sep 2018
A little more work on the 158 last night, the WIPACs are now fitted with the area either side painted black. The modified lighting units have also been installed.   I think eventually I will replace with a better lighting set up, but it looks ok for now. There is some light bleed (especiall...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 9 Sep 2018
So I've sanded back the road to represent a metalled surface. I do have a bag of mendip roadstone which should be suitable! The retaining wall's been painted in a selection of acrylics and pounced with talc and quarry scenic dust. A bit more weathering and dry brushing is required yet. More hedging ...
Source: The Strawberry Line | 7 Sep 2018
One of the last passenger projects needed for Wheal Imogen is a Class 158 in Regional Railways livery, working a Wales and West Alphaline service from Bristol to Newquay. I have a lot of Class 158 parts, I was in the process of building a Wessex Trains 3 car and 2 car in picture livery which are in...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 7 Sep 2018
Having got the Marks Tey bound platform road laid together with the remainder of the track on the second baseboard I thought I'd celebrate with a bit of stock and some photographs. Having 4 coaches pass the 'Wheeeeeeeee' test along the main line was most satisfying! I've got enough rail to finish th...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 4 Sep 2018
A lot more wagon work this evening,  First up a bunch of wagons from my Cheddar valley project that have now been rewheeled for Brent, most of these were missing buffers (given that they were originally going to get sprung buffers.) I have now temporarily fitted them with fixed steel buffer he...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 1 Sep 2018
After a break for a relaxing holiday away, I've turned this week to the first board at the Axbridge end. I'd mistakenly put the stone loading siding up adjacent to the wing walls of the over bridge so this was corrected and the groundwork adjusted to suit. Then I've tried playing about with the loca...
Source: The Strawberry Line | 1 Sep 2018
After a couple of evenings working on "modern" stock if you can call 1998 modern, it was back to the 1940s last night and some stock for Brent. First up some engineers wagons, I am not to up to scratch on my 1940s engineers knowledge so I will need to do a lot more research in order to nail do...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 31 Aug 2018
I am pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of volume 3 of my father’s series on railway cranes. This will be available from mid September and on the 23/24 September it will be formally launched at Scaleforum with my father in attendance if you want to speak to him.  This will be on ...
Source: highland miscellany | 31 Aug 2018
I've managed to get a fair bit of modeling in over the last week working on a variety of projects.  The major project was getting the Stour Valley P4 layout back up on its own new legs. It was previously on the legs used for Fen End Pit so I had to dismantle it every time I went out to a show. ...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 29 Aug 2018
I’ll admit I wasn’t planning on the back scene post being a 2 parter but thanks to some helpful feedback I’ve had another look at what I did before. Changes are to add detail to the windows and make them more yellow/darker. Ive taken some magenta out of the prints and added some bl...
Source: P4NewStreet | 28 Aug 2018
After the computer randomly decided to close the page, try agian..... Continuing the approach trying to clear out the WIP boxes, a couple more wagons (and a lot of work on the bridge for Wheal Imogen which I will touch on later). First up was the VIX ferry van, I have removed the working d...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 27 Aug 2018
In the process of this weeks tidy up I have managed to finally find the majority of the parts required to finish off 50002. Untitled by The Fatadder, on FlickrAt the start, the contents of the storage box (including the missing bodyside door for 50007)So last night I set to work reassembling it, unf...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 26 Aug 2018
A little more progress on this long term incumbent of the workbench, I have now built and fitted the bogies. So the coach is now ready to be painted it might be about time I bought a tin of LMS coach maroon...  Eventually the coach will be included in this formation http://www.rmweb.co.uk/com...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 26 Aug 2018
I consider myself to be very lucky to live in a town which still has a shop with a worthwhile model department. Ely is lucky to have City Cycle Centre as it holds a very respectable range of paints, raw materials and tools as well as the usual RTR/RTP models. Also relatively locally a day of shoppin...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 19 Aug 2018
Although no one has said anything I’ve never been that happy with the back scenes on Brettell Road. Back scenes are a bit of a quandary as you dont want them to be naff but then you dont really want the viewers of a layout to notice them either. They kind of need to be there but not there at t...
Source: P4NewStreet | 18 Aug 2018
A while back I started work on building a TPO rake, as part of my continued efforts to tidy up old half finished projects I have dug it out to finish off.  Researchfrom when I first started on the project gives details for formations:Penzance > Bristol NFA, NSA, NTA, NSA(t), NFA, NBA, NBA ...
Source: The Fatadder's Modern Workbench | 17 Aug 2018
I was doing a demo at the recent Railwells show and was pleased that I managed to do virtually no modelling. Always the sign of a successful 'demo' weekend. I did get as far as dismantling an Oxford models AA3 ex GW Toad in BR livery. Several people pointed out the errors in the model (apart from th...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 16 Aug 2018
Today I have been trying to tidy up the workshop today (which has become a total state over the past few months). As part of this I have been trying to sort out unfinished projects, one of which was the D14 break van needed for my workmans train on Brent.  After painting it last year it has sat...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 15 Aug 2018

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