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by jjnewitt
Tue Feb 09, 2016 9:54 am
Forum: Lord Colnago
Topic: Goings on at the Norfolk Wagonarium
Replies: 126
Views: 42650

Re: Goings on at the Norfolk Wagonarium

I'd be really quite pleased with the last one as well! It's turned out rather nicely. There's something quite fun about the 5 plank opens with the LMS clasp brake chassis. I must have a go at one of the steel channel ended opens for myself at some point. They didn't seem to be that common on the LMS...
by jjnewitt
Sun Jan 10, 2016 6:43 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

Hi Jim, I don't mind at all. Your Turbot looks fantastic! I really like the weathering. Hopefully they'll be a similar etch along for the Mainline/Bachmann Bogie Bolster C/Macaw Bs in the not too distant future. Looking forward to that particular project. I like bogie freight vehicles. You get a lot...
by jjnewitt
Sun Jan 10, 2016 5:31 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

Hi Andy, Thanks for you kind words. I'm not sure how feasable it would really be to do the bodies as a 3D print. I've had stuff done by Shapeways and even in extreme FUD the finish still isn't that great. I did the vacuum cylinders as a 3D print before Morgan did those wonderful masters and there is...
by jjnewitt
Sat Jan 09, 2016 7:15 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

Whilst most of my recent wagon output has been virtual (more of that in a minute) there have been a couple of currently noteworthy items that have seen the sharp end of a file. Firstly my desire to add a little variety to what is already available from the trade has led me to draw up a set of etches...
by jjnewitt
Sat Sep 05, 2015 7:38 am
Forum: New Products
Topic: Rumney Models - To Reopen 1st September
Replies: 105
Views: 34996

Re: Rumney Models

New 4mm scale items are available from Rumney Models to tepmt you with! Firstly there is a chassis kit for the BR lifting link brake 21T coal hoppers (kit B.28 - £13). These are for welded body hoppers to diagram 1/146. The full open nature of the underframe is captured and parts are included to mod...
by jjnewitt
Wed Sep 02, 2015 5:05 pm
Forum: Steam Locomotives
Topic: Wheels for GWR 68xx Grange locos
Replies: 20
Views: 6885

Re: Wheels for GWR 68xx Grange locos

The 5' 8" 15" crank throw drivers were interchangable between the Moguls, Granges, Manors and probably the Large Praries. Certainly all four loco classes could be seen with both types though particular wheel types seem to be more prevalant on certain classes. Which type a loco would to a c...
by jjnewitt
Wed Aug 19, 2015 9:27 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

A BR 1/801 fish van. So many options from the trade already for this genus, and none up to scratch? BTW, any chance you'll turn your hand to the SR 4-wheeled NPCS (PMV/BY/CCT) family? There aren't any options from the trade for this particular variety of fish van. As far as I'm aware there has neve...
by jjnewitt
Wed Aug 19, 2015 3:08 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

Well that took a while! Over a year ago I mentioned Plate wagons. Currently there are three on the go and this is the first of them to approach being finished: IMG_2946.JPG The wagon is of course from a Rumney Models test etch. It represents a BR diagram 1/431 vehicle that has been retrofitted with ...
by jjnewitt
Thu Apr 16, 2015 7:38 am
Forum: New Products
Topic: Rumney Models - To Reopen 1st September
Replies: 105
Views: 34996

Re: Rumney Models

Penrhos1920 wrote:Did you sort out the axle boxes for the bogie coil wagon?


Not yet but a recent reasearch trip has plugged info gaps that I had from measuring them up the first time. I do want to try and get some castings done at some point this year and they are on the list.

Justin
by jjnewitt
Wed Apr 15, 2015 4:04 pm
Forum: New Products
Topic: Rumney Models - To Reopen 1st September
Replies: 105
Views: 34996

Re: Rumney Models

Scalefour North is fast approaching and Rumney Models will be there with some new items to tempt you with: Firstly Plate wagons chassis... There are three new kits; B.08 covering BR clasp brake new builds (diagram 1/434), B.09 covering BR clasp braked retrofits (ex unfitted diagrams 1/430 & 1/43...
by jjnewitt
Fri Dec 05, 2014 10:01 pm
Forum: Lord Colnago
Topic: Goings on at the Norfolk Wagonarium
Replies: 126
Views: 42650

Re: Goings on at the Norfolk Wagonarium

There's a picture of an out of the box lot 3391 Vanwide on page 47 of 'Wagons of the final British Railways era' by David Larkin. The lettering is very similar to how you've done the model. The major difference is that the tare weight is under the wheelbase and the 12T is sited centrally above the n...
by jjnewitt
Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:16 pm
Forum: New Products
Topic: Rumney Models - To Reopen 1st September
Replies: 105
Views: 34996

Re: Rumney Models

Tim V wrote:
jjnewitt wrote:Firstly Rumney Models is on the move again. The new address is as follows:

7 Hurlingham Road, Bristol, BS7 9BA

Justin


I think I went to a party there in the 80s...


Interesting. You'll have to tell me about it next time I see you. :)
by jjnewitt
Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:14 pm
Forum: New Products
Topic: Rumney Models - To Reopen 1st September
Replies: 105
Views: 34996

Re: Rumney Models

Justin, I wonder if it was related to the change in position of the body mounting springs on lot 3082, which were on the internal longitudinals, not the solebars? Lots 3232 and 3275 to the same diagram reverted to external springs but the brakegear sets for one [or both?] of these lots could alread...
by jjnewitt
Wed Sep 03, 2014 8:10 am
Forum: New Products
Topic: Rumney Models - To Reopen 1st September
Replies: 105
Views: 34996

Re: Rumney Models

Firstly Rumney Models is on the move again. The new address is as follows: 7 Hurlingham Road, Bristol, BS7 9BA I have three new wagon chassis that are now available to order: There are two kits for the distinctive LMS clasp brake chassis as found under various vans, opens, Medfits, etc with either B...
by jjnewitt
Sun Mar 23, 2014 1:24 pm
Forum: New Products
Topic: Rumney Models - To Reopen 1st September
Replies: 105
Views: 34996

Re: Rumney Models

Justin, I now have 5 x Lima bogie bolster E...is it possible to bring 5 of your etches for same to Scalefour North (bogies included please). Dave 5 put aside for you. No bogies I'm affraid as I don't do my own. You've probably thought about this before, but would Brassmasters brake rigging work on ...
by jjnewitt
Fri Mar 21, 2014 3:17 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

Hi Colin,

Yes all the chassis can be purchased. They can be found via Rumney Models. I will also be at Scalefour North in a few weeks and Scaleforum in September.

Justin
by jjnewitt
Fri Mar 21, 2014 3:12 pm
Forum: New Products
Topic: Rumney Models - To Reopen 1st September
Replies: 105
Views: 34996

Re: Rumney Models

Hi all, Firstly Rumney Models has moved. The new address is as follows: 3 Admiral Close, Stoke Park, Bristol, BS16 1WN Lots of new products have been released recently to tempt you with! These include lots of wagon chassis for things such as: Riveted and independent braked 16T minerals. 16T Mineral ...
by jjnewitt
Fri Mar 21, 2014 1:48 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

iak wrote:Found one box of two bolster E's but as to the other two... :?

Perhaps they're hiding in an overgrown siding somewhere? :) I'm sure that's where most of the stuff I can't find is...

Justin
by jjnewitt
Fri Mar 21, 2014 1:07 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

Well this is rather tasty. Now how many of those auld Limas are upstairs??? Thanks Iain, If you can't find any upstairs then they can be had second hand with a little patience! ;) Wow. Your etched brass chassis look more like the work of a jeweller than a modeller! I am aghast at the thought you ar...
by jjnewitt
Wed Mar 19, 2014 6:14 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

BR Diagram 1/479 30T Bogie Bolster E Bogie Bolster E 02 F.JPG So how this came about went something like this... I showed my bogie Strip Coil to someone at an exhibition who mentioned that the vacuum brake arrangement looked very similar to that under the BR bogie bolster E and would I be interested...
by jjnewitt
Sun Jan 12, 2014 8:36 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

Some nice work going on with the wagons Justin...I'll be in touch about some milk tank underframes soon. Thanks Dave. I'll look forward to hearing from you. Truly works of art, Justin. I am disappointed though over the 10ft wb petrol tank chassis you were asked about earlier as this is a conspicuou...
by jjnewitt
Sat Jan 11, 2014 4:16 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

Diagram 1/102 16T Mineral 102 16T F.JPG Having given up on the idea of doing chassis for the Cambrian steel minerals (the bodies are all over the place) I thought I'd have a go at carving a Parkside body into a 1/102. This was similar to the welded body 21T mineral conversion seen on the previous pa...
by jjnewitt
Sun Dec 29, 2013 8:35 pm
Forum: Standard Gauge Workbench
Topic: Starting From Scratch - SGW meets Inglenook
Replies: 87
Views: 41745

Re: Starting From Scratch - SGW meets Inglenook

In the search for the simplest possible method of springing buffers, plastic or white metal, may I suggest it is preferable to drill right through 0.5mm first. You will find it is quite practical do this by hand with a drill in a pin vice(for methods see below). So long as this first hole is accura...
by jjnewitt
Thu Dec 12, 2013 11:20 am
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

If you a looking for another interesting prototype that needs an etched chassis, how about the 'Presflo Cement' wagon. What like this? F Quainton 2013 108.JPG F Quainton 2013 100.JPG Quite possibly the most complicated vacuum braking system yet devised by man! Perhaps with the exception of the late...
by jjnewitt
Wed Dec 11, 2013 11:08 pm
Forum: jjnewitt
Topic: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons - Anchor Mount Tanks
Replies: 109
Views: 52676

Re: JJNewitt's Wonderful World of Wagons

Hi David, I have thought about it and have one of the Bachmann models around here somewhere. It is certainly a possibility at some point though it wouldn't be in the immediate future. I'd need some more information first and I've also got a fair list of things that I've either etched or started draw...

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