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I suppose the first section on this page is almost 'In Memoriam' - as of March 2007 in two respects!  The layout pictures you see below are of a layout no longer in our possession as we have sold Upton Dale on - hopefully to a good new home.  I was tempted to take this page down and replace it with just the list but felt in the end that it would be better if people could see the layout in its heyday.  Scroll down the page for photos.

If you see stock here, it is now no longer in our hands!  Please help us trace it by using the contact page.  Obviously no value is given here and its saleable cost is nothing compared to its sentimental value.  The list is now below the photograhs.

If you know something of this theft, please let us CONTACT US or the local police (Chester 0845 458 0000; North Wales Police [0845 607 1001 - For Welsh Speakers]; [0845 607 1002 - For English Speakers])  

The majority of this layout had its roots in north Devon, although there was never an intention to portray a particular place, just one to provide a showcase for the many varieties of rolling stock that we had. All of the structures around the station were scratch built models of Lynton and Barnstaple Railway prototypes, the station name coming from LYNTON goods shed and WOODY BAY station building! The quarry area, on the other hand, was loosely based on one of the granite quarries, beyond Glyn Ceiriog, on the Glyn Valley Tramway.  

The real station at Woody Bay and shed from Lynton from, Portrait of The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway by Chris Leigh, Pub' Ian Allan.

Please contact me if you do not wish any of the 'real' photos on this page to appear for copyright reasons and I will remove them. Hopefully you will agree though, that they are only here to enhance the model rather than for any unscrupulous reason!

We tried to ensure that each train ran in its correct formation and livery for a given moment in time, though occasionally there are a few cheats when stock failed! There were usually eleven different trains from railways such as the Festiniog, Talyllyn and Lynton and Barnstaple, as well as many others. One train to look out for was the 30 wagon slate train, no mean feat in this gauge. However we were always looking to improve on our existing stock, especially given the excellent etched brass loco kits currently produced by Peter McParlin of Backwoods Miniatures.

The loco 'Blanche' epitomises the benefits of being in a club and grouping expertise - one member built the body, another  scratch built the chassis and I did the detailing work and lining.

All control for the layout was from eight switches, which through relays, operated electrical connections, pointwork and signals. If you watched closely you would have seen these work on the arrival and departure of trains. To avoid accidents these were prototypically interlocked with the points, though there was always the occasional operator error!

Below;  The two versions of Russell, both Backwoods kits, give a good impression of how hacked down the loco was at Boston Lodge.

Below left and middle; We also ran trains from some of the more obscure railways such as the Snailbeach Tramway near the 'Stiperstones' in Shropshire.  Below right; The Ruston diesel lurks behind the goods shed having brought a wagon for minor repair.

There are more photos in the November 1993 and February 1994 editions of 'Railway Modeller'  some of which are available here, courtesy of RM and Len Weal who took the pictures.  These are simply for the benefit of recognising missing stock.  As you can tell from the list, these are just a few of the items stolen, but hopefully you will be able to get an idea of the quality of what was taken.

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Some of us are members of the

  009 Society 

which caters for all 4mm narrow gauge modellers especially on 9mm gauge track.

Please feel free to contact us for more details - CLICK HERE

CHESTER MODEL RAILWAY CLUB

NARROW GAUGE (009)  MODELS STOLEN ON OR ABOUT 29th DECEMBER

Description of Model

Year

Built

 

Make

or manufacturer

Colour

Distinguishing Features/ relevant information.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge) North Wales Narrow Gauge Railway Hunslet 0-6-4 locomotive “Gowrie”

1987

“Roger Chivers Fineline” white metal kit, running on Minitrix mechanism.

Maroon lined out in yellow & black.

Name plates “Gowrie”

Affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge) North Wales Narrow Gauge Railway Hunslet 0-6-4 locomotive “Beddgelert”.

1986

“Roger Chivers Fineline” white metal kit running on handbuilt 009 society South Downs group mechanism.

Maroon lined out in yellow & black.

Name plates “Beddgerert” affixed to each tank side. Winner of 1986 “009 society” prize.

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge) Ashover Light Railway Baldwin 4-6-0 locomotive “Hummy”

1988

“GEM” white metal kit running on Minitrix mechanism.

Black with heavy “weathering”

Name plates “Hummy” affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

4 number – 009, 4mm scale (N gauge) North Wales Narrow Gauge Railway Ashbury’s “Summer” Carriages, numbers 11, 12, 13 & 14.

1987

“GEM” white metal Ffestiniog railway coach No 23 kits, heavily modified to resemble original NWNGR appearance. Running on Lilliput bogies. Valued at £30 each approx.

Maroon, with NWNGR gold lettering affixed to carriage sides

Distinguished by brass door handles and hand- rails. Roofs made from aluminium beer cans. Fitted with interior detailing with figures. Kits no longer available.

1 number – 009, 4mm scale (N gauge) North Wales Narrow Gauge Railway Pickering Brake Composite number 4.  

1987

Parkside Dundas etched brass Welsh Highland No 9 kit, modified to NWNGR appearance, running on Lilliput bogies 

Maroon with NWNGR gold lettering affixed to carriage sides

Distinguished by brass door handles and hand- rails. Roofs made from aluminium beer cans. Interior detailing.

3 number – 009, 4mm scale (N gauge) Welsh Highland Railway Ashbury Summer Carriages numbers 26, 27 & 28.

1989

“GEM” white metal Ffestiniog railway coach no 23 kits, heavily modified to resemble original WHR appearance. Running on Lilliput bogies. Valued at £30 each approx.

No 26 – light blue

No 27 – pink

No 28 – light green. Welsh Highland Railway White lettering affixed to carriage side

Distinctive light blue, green and pink colour schemes as running in late 30’s as part of the FR “jazz train” livery.  Brass door handles and handrails interior detailing with figures. Kits no longer available.

1 number – 009, 4mm scale (N gauge) Welsh Highland coach No 9

1988

Parkside Dundas Etched brass Welsh Highland No 9 kit running on Lilliput bogies

Mid Green

Brass door handles and hand rails with interior detailing.

2 number 009, 4mm scale (N gauge) Welsh Higland Railway Ashbury’s corridor coaches, Numbers 35 & 36.

1991

Heavily modified plastic Parkside Dundas Kits of Welsh highland railway modern open coach No 7, running on Lilliput bogies. Valued at £30 each approx.

No 35 - light Green

No 36 – Mid Green

 

Interior detailing includes buffet bar and white coated buffet car attendant in coach no 35.

 2 number - 009, 4mm scale (N gauge) North Wales Narrow Gauge Railway workman’s coaches numbers 11 & 12 

1991

Unmodified standard Parkside Dundas etched brass kits, valued at £25 each approx.

No 11 and 12 both in Mid Green

No interior detailing

8 number - 009, 4mm scale (N gauge) WW1 60cm gauge class D dropside bogie open wagons. Modelled to resemble Ashover Light Railway wagons, lettered in ALR number series.

1988

Unmodified Standard plastic Parkside Dundas kits running on Parkside Dundas bogies as supplied. Valued at £10 each approx.

Grey with Ashover Light Railway “ALR” white lettering affixed to body.

Wagons carry an authentic load of limestone. Couplings are non 009 standard consisting of hook and chains.

Description of Model

Year

Built

 

Make

or manufacturer

Colour

Distinguishing Features/ relevant information.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Locomotive, Baldwin 2-4-2 No E762 “Lyn”

1987

Langley Miniature Models” brass metal kit, running on scratchbuilt mechanism.

Olive green lined out in yellow & black. Full Southern markings

Name plates “Lyn”

affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Locomotive, Manning Wardle  2-6-2 No 759“Yeo”

 

Rodney Stenning whitemetal kit running on

Minitrix chassis

Olive green lined out in yellow & black Full Southern markings

Name plates “Yeo”

affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Locomotive, Manning Wardle  2-6-2 No 188“Lew”

1986

“Roger Chivers Fineline” white metal kit running on handbuilt 009 society South Downs group mechanism.

Olive green lined out in yellow & black. Full Southern markings

Name plates “Lew” affixed to each tank side. Winner of  “009 society” prize.

4-6-0 locomotive “Joan” 1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge) Ashover Light Railway Baldwin

1988

“GEM” white metal kit running on Minitrix mechanism.

Maroon with yellow lining

Name plates “Joan” affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

1 number 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Leekand Manifold Rly Locomotive, Kitson 2-6-2 “J B Earle”

 

Centre Models whitemetal kit on handbuilt chassis

Maroon with yellow lining. LMS crests

Name plates “J B Earle” affixed to each tank side. Good runner, but noisy.

1 number 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Ffestiniog Rly Locomotive, Hunslet  2-6-0 “Blanche”

 

Dundas Models whitemetal kit running on modified Iberten Chassis

FR green with red lining

Name plates “Blanche” affixed to each tank side. Hesitant runner.

1 number 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Vale of Rheidol Rly Locomotive, GWR  2-6-2 “Owain Glyndwr”

 

“Chivers Fineline” white metal kit running on Minitrix mechanism.

BR/WR green with orange/black lining. Post 1958 BR Crest

Name plates “Owain Glyndwr” affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

1 number 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Welsh Highland Rly Locomotive, Hunslet 2-6-2 “Russell”

 

“Chivers Fineline” white metal kit running on Minitrix mechanism.

Brown unlined

Name plates “Russell” affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

1 number 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Glyn Valley Tramway  Locomotive, GWR  0-4-2 “Sir Theodore”

 

“Peco” white metal kit running on Farish mechanism.

Mid green lined black. Lettered GVT on back sheet

Name plates “Sir Theodore” affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

8 number 009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Lynton and Barnstaple railway coaches.

2, observation/brake,

1, composite,

2, 3rd obs (open centre)

2, all 3rd

1, Third/brake

 

Langley Miniature Models or Chris Leigh etched brass with whitemetal bogies

Southern Railway olive green with gold “Southern” and numbers

Full interior detail

8 number 009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Lynton and Barnstaple railway bogie wagons.

4, open goods,

1, Platform wagon

2, Goods vans

1 Brake van

 

Langley Miniature Models (etched brass) or Ninelines (plastic)

Southern Railway mid brown with white lettering “S R” and numbers

One open goods loaded with barrels, platform wagon with ‘logs’.

4 number – 009, 4mm scale (N gauge)

Lynton and Barnstaple Railway 4 wheel wagons 2 open, 2 vans

 

GEM” white metal

Southern Railway mid brown with white lettering “S R” and numbers

 

3 number 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Leek and Manifold Railway bogie coaches.

2, composites,

1, brake third.

 

Centre models plastic body, brass chassis.

LMS maroon with gold ‘LMS’ and numbering

Brass work on balconies very fine. Large for the gauge.

1 number Leek and Manifold transporter wagon with standard gauge wagon.

 

Centre models whitemetal. SG wagon Slaters plastic.

Both LMS light grey with white lettering.

 

3 number Festiniog Railway Bogie coaches.

2, all thirds,

1 first Observation

 

GEM whitemetal kits with Minitrix bogies

Maroon with gold letters/numbers

Obs. Letterd in full ‘OBSERVATION CARRIAGE)

1 number Festiniog Railway Bogie coach.

No 17

 

Langley Miniature Models etched brass

Cream/green with red ends

Fully panelled livery

3 number Vale of Rheidol Railway coaches (1938 closed GWR type)

 

Chivers Fineline etched brass with Dundas bogies

BR (WR) chocolate and cream

Numbered in yellow in the WxxxW series

2 number Vale of Rheidol Railway coaches (1938 open GWR type)

 

Scratchbuilt (from brass square section and brass mesh) on Dundas chassuis and bogies

BR (WR) chocolate and cream

Numbered in yellow in the WxxxW series

1 number Vale of Rheiodol Railway 4 wheel van

 

Chivers Fineline etched brass

BR (WR) chocolate

Numbered in yellow in the WxxxW series

2 Number Welsh Highland Railway  3rd class bogie coaches

 

GEM FR coaches with droplights filed out. Minitrix bogies

Mid green

Lettered WELSH HIGHLAND Rly in full and white

3 number Welsh Highland Railway (ex NWRNG) bogie coaches

2 all third

1 brake third

 

‘Peter Models’ etched brass with Minitrix bogies

All thirds plain brown with white roofs.

Brake third mid green lettered WHR in white.

 

Description of Model

Year

Built

 

Make

or manufacturer

Colour

Distinguishing Features/ relevant information.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge) Ffestiniog Railway 0-4-4-0T Double Fairlie locomotive  “Earl of Merioneth”

19XX

“Langley Minature Models” white metal kit, running on Lifelike mechanism.

Black with green panels lined red

White wheel rims Good runner.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Tallylyn Railway 0-4-0T No 2 “Dolgogh”

197x

“GEM” white metal kit running on Arnold Rapido mechanism

Black with green panels lined yellow

 

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Tallylyn Railway 0-4-2T No 1 locomotive “Tallylyn”

19xx

“GEM” white metal kit running on Lifelike

mechanism.

Black with green panels lined yellow

Correct sized solid spoke wheels fitted

1 number – 009, 4mm scale (N gauge)

Tallylyn Railway 0-4-2T No 4

19xx

“Meridian Models” white metal  kit

Lifelike mechanism

 

 

1 number – 009, 4mm scale (N gauge)

Freelance 0-4-0ST “Meteor”

 

 

1970

“Peco Varikit” white metal kit Arnolde Rapido mechanism

 

 

 

 

 

Black with green panels lined red

Etched Brass nameplates

Description of Model

Year Built

Make or Manufacturer

Colour

Distinguishing Features/ relevant information

1 number – 009, 4mm scale (N gauge)

Ffestiniog Railway 0-4-0S Tender locomotive “Prince”

1978

“GEM” white metal kit

Arnolde Rapido mechanism

Black with green panels lined red

 

1 number – 009, 4mm scale (N gauge)

Ffestiniog Railway Alco 2-6-2T locomotive “Mountaineer”

1975

“GEM” white metal kit

Arnolde Rapido mechanism

Black with green panels

 

1 number 009, 4mm scale (N gauge)

Welsh Highland Railway Kerr Stuart Deisel locomotive

1980

“Meridian Models” white metal  kit

Lifelike mechanism

Grey

Lettered “Kerr Stuart Deisel”

12 number - 009, 4mm scale (N gauge)

Ffestiniog Railway 2 ton wooden slate wagon

1980

009 Society body kit . Rodney Stenning chassis kit

Grey

Hook and eye couplings

16 number - 009, 4mm scale (N gauge).

Ffestiniog Railway 2 ton steel slate wagon

1985

Unmodified Standard plastic Parkside Dundas kits

Grey

Hook and eye couplings

16 number - 009, 4mm scale (N gauge).

Ffestiniog Railway 3 ton steel slate wagon

1985

“Langley Minature Models”

Etched brass kit

Black

Hook and eye couplings

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Tallylyn Railway bogie open coach

 

1980

“GEM” white metal kit

Likelike bogies

 

Brown with red panels

Hook and eye couplings

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Tallylyn Railway bogie brake open coach

 

1980

“GEM” white metal kit

Likelike bogies

Brown with red panels

Hook and eye couplings

2 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Tallylyn Railway 4 wheel open coach

1980

“GEM” white and plastic  metal kit

 

Brown with red panels

Hook and eye couplings

Description of Model

Year

Built

 

Make

or manufacturer

Colour

Distinguishing Features/ relevant information.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Welsh Highland Railway

Hunslet 2-6-2 locomotive

Russell

1990

Backwoods Miniatures

Brass etch Kit

Maroon

Name plates “Russell”

Affixed to each tank side. Original profile            Good runner.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Welsh Highland Railway

Hunslet 2-6-2 locomotive

Russell

1990

Backwoods Miniatures

Brass etch Kit

Green

Name plates “Russell”

Affixed to each tank side. Cut down profile         Good runner.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Penrhyn Quarry Railway

0-4-0 locomotive

Blanche

1995

Dundas whitemetal body on scratchbuilt chassis

Black fully lined out

Name plates “Blanche” affixed to each tank side.  Works plates to cab sides. OK runner

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge) Welsh Highland Railway            Baldwin 4-6-0 locomotive “590”

1998

9002“GEM” white metal kit running on Graham Farish 1009 mechanism.

Maroon

Transfers “590” affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Welsh Highland Railway                 Kerr Stuart Diesel 0-6-0

1990

Meridian Models          white metal kit

Arnold Mechanism

Green

 

2 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Welsh Highland Railway

Dm49 WHR 4- Wheel van N0 2              

1998

Parkside Dundas

Plastic Kit

Red

White WHR Transfers

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Welsh Highland Railway

Dm50 WHR 4- Goods Brake van              

1998

Parkside Dundas

Plastic Kit

Red

White WHR Transfers

4 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Welsh Highland Railway

Dm51 WHR 4- Wheel 4 ton mineral wagon              

 

 

1998

 

 

Parkside Dundas

Plastic Kit

 

 

Red

 

 

White WHR Transfers

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Festiniog Railway

England 0-4-0 “ Princess”

1979

Gem

 White Metal Kit

Green

Name plates “Princess”

Affixed to each tank side.

Festiniog Railway

9201 Coal wagon

1979

Gem

 White Metal Kit

Red

 

Festiniog Railway

9203 Goods Van

1979

Gem

 White Metal Kit

Red

 

Festiniog Railway

9204 Hearse Van

1979

Gem

 White Metal Kit

Black

 

Festiniog Railway

Quarrymans coach

1979

Gem

 White Metal Kit

Red

 

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Welsh Highland Railway

Dm50 WHR 4- Goods Brake van              

1998

Parkside Dundas

Plastic Kit

Red

White WHR Transfers

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Festiniog Railway

Dm48 4- Wheel Goods Brake van

– 2 balcony             

1998

Parkside Dundas

Plastic Kit

Green

 

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Festiniog Railway

Dm59 Bogie Luggage Brake/Third  coach no10

1998

Parkside Dundas

Plastic Kit

Green

 

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Festiniog Railway

Curly Top Brake Van  Bogie

1998

Worsleyworks

Brass kit

Green

 

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”War Dept 40 HP

1980

Meridian Model

Green

 

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Glyn Valley tramway Locomotive

0-6-0T “ Sir Theodore”          

1982

Peco (Products) GL6

Mechanism Graham Farish 

1109  

Green

 Lining Black & White                 

Name plates “Sir Theodore”

Affixed to each tank side.

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Glyn Valley tramway Locomotive

0-6-0T “Dennis”

1982

Peco (Products) GL6

Mechanism Graham Farish 

1109  

Black

Name plates                   “Dennis”

Affixed to each tank side.

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge) Glyn Valley tramway “GVT”           

WW1 Baldwin 4-6-0 locomotive

1990

9002“GEM” white metal kit running on Graham Farish 1009 mechanism.

Black

Transfer “GVT” yellow affixed to each tank side. Good runner.

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Glyn Valley Tramway Closed First Class Coach

1990

Langley Miniature Models

J13

Green

Transfer “GVT “ to sides

2 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Glyn Valley Tramway Closed Third Class Coach

1990

Langley Miniature Models

J13

Green

Transfer “GVT “ to sides

1number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Glyn Valley Tramway OpenThird Class Coach

1990

Langley Miniature Models

J12

Green

Transfer “GVT “ to sides

2 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Glyn Valley Tramway OpenThird Class Coach “End Balcony”

1990

Langley Miniature Models

Green

Transfer “GVT “ to sides

1number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Glyn Valley Tramway

4-wheel Goods Van

1990

Parkside Dundas DM35

Green

Transfer “GVT to sides

12 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Glyn Valley Tramway

4-wheel 4 Ton Mineral Wagon

1990

Parkside Dundas DM39

6 Red &

6 Green

Transfer “GVT to sides & The Ceiriog Granite Co Ltd Quarry Proprietors

1number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Glyn Valley Tramway

4-wheel Brake Van

1990

Parkside Dundas

Red

Transfer “GVT to sides

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Snailbeach District Railway

WW1 Baldwin 4-6-0 locomotive

1990

9002“GEM” white metal kit running on Graham Farish 1009 mechanism.

Black

Transfer  No 4 on Buffer beam front

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Snailbeach District Railway

Kerr Stuart Skylark Class 0-4-2 locomotive

1992

Chivers Fineline RC39 white metal kit running on Ibertren 0-4-0 Chassis

Black

Transfer  No 2 on Buffer beam front

12 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Snailbeach District Railway

Hopper Wagons

1993

Parkside Dundas DM06

Grey

with black iron work

Transfer in white SDR

On wagon sides all with Nos 

2 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Snailbeach District Railway

Coal Wagons

1989

Parkside Dundas DM07

Grey

with black iron work

Transfer in white SDR

On wagon sides 

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Snailbeach District Railway

Bogie Wagon

1990

Parkside Dundas DM21

Grey

with black iron work

Transfer “ SDR 2

On wagon sides 

1number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Snailbeach District Railway

4-wheel Brake Van

 

Parkside Dundas

Grey

Transfer in white “SDR” to sides

1number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Corris Railway Bogie Coach

1984

Mikes Models  44

Brown

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Corris Railway No 3

Hughes Locomotive 0-4-2 locomotive Saddle tank

1992

Rodney Stenning MM7 Brass etch &  white metal kit running on Ibertren 0-4-0 Chassis

Brown

Worksplates on Cab Sides

3 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Corris Railway Slate Slab Wagon

1992

Rodney Stenning  C21

White Metal Kit

Grey

 

5 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Corris Railway Two Plank Wagon

1992

Rodney Stenning  C29

White Metal & plastic Kit

Grey

 

5 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Corris Railway End Door Wagon

1992

Rodney Stenning  C31

White Metal & plastic Kit

Grey

 

5 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Corris Railway Tie Rod Slate Wagon

1992

Rodney Stenning  C23

White Metal & plastic Kit

Grey

 

5 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Corris Railway Two Plank Wagon

1992

Rodney Stenning  C29

White Metal & plastic Kit

Grey

 

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Corris Railway Brake Van

1992

Rodney Stenning  T07

White Metal & plastic Kit

Grey

Transfer “8754” to sides

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Hunslet 0-4-0 Quarry Tank Loco “ Maid Marion

1981

Chivers Fineline RC4

white metal kit running on Arnold 0-4-0 Chassis

Red

Nameplates on saddle tank

“Maid Marion

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Avonside 0-4-0 Quarry Tank Loco “Ogwen”

1981

Chivers Fineline RC10

white metal kit running on Arnold 0-4-0 Chassis

Black Lining Blue & white

Nameplates on saddle tank

“Ogwen”

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Hunslet 0-4-0 Large Quarry Tank Loco “Cackler”

1981

Chivers Fineline RC38

white metal kit running on Ibertren 0-4-0 Chassis

Red

Nameplates on saddle tank

“Cackler”

1 number - 009 4mm scale (N gauge)”

Ruston & Hornsby 27/32 HP 0-4-0

1990

Meridian Models  MM3       white metal kit

Arnold “Koff” Mechanism

Red

Frame Black

Work worn White Dust Covered

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Hunslet 0-4-0 Quarry Tank Loco

1981

Chivers Fineline RC4

 on Arnold 0-4-0 Chassis

Brown

 

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Hudson Hunslet 0-4-0 “Mudmaster”

1991

Brass Etch kit

Green

 

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Fowler Diesel 0-4-0 “Resilient”

“ Peldon”

1991

Nonneminstre Models  Cast white metal kit Graham Farish 8129 mechanism.

Green

Nameplates on Cab sides

“Peldon”

1 number -009 4mm scale (N gauge)

Ashover Railway

Large Bogie Coaches Nos 1-4

1991

Meridian Models  MPM1      

Red

Transfer “Ashover  Light Railway” to top sides of coach

Description of Model

Year

Built

 

Make

or manufacturer

Colour

Distinguishing Features/ relevant information.

Slate Wagons

10 number FR 2 ton type

5 number FR 3 ton type

 

Parkside Dundas

Grey weathered

Either with brass loop couplings or rakes of 5 – bemos coupling at end, chain the rest.

Granite wagons

5 number FR  3ton type

 

Parkside Dundas

Grey weathered

Bemo coupling at ends of rake of 5 – connected with chain

1 number FR Brake van

1 number FR Quarrymans coach

 

Parkside Dundas

Maroon

 

5 number GVT open wagons

 

Parkside Dundas

Grey weathered

With Blackhams transfers

4 number quarry tipper wagons

 

Mercian models

Red oxide weathered

 

Penrhyn Quarry Wagons

10 number slate wagons

2 number fullersite wagons

3 number coal wagons

 

Mercian Models

Grey weathered

All hand numbered.  Fullersite wagons have load with drawn Penrhyn logo

4 number Penrhyn Quarry coaches

 

Mercian Models

Red

Open coaches with passengers

1 number Penrhyn Quarry Brakevan

 

Scratch built

Grey

Loco cab for brakeman. Brakeman hanging out

V tipper

 

Parkside Dundas

Grey

 

Various spares

Top hat bearings 100

Bemo couplings 60

 

 

As described