December 2015 Meeting

Several of us gathered for our December meeting at Barsham Village Hall, and there were several new models displayed. 

Geoff brought along a 0-16.5 brass chassis complete with valve gear and motor that is being constructed for radio controlled North British (British style) 2-6-2 locomotive design body, - superb miniature engineering.  Alex was displaying his small industrial 009 shelf layout and a new kit-built Grainge & Hodder baseboard section 900mm x 400mm.  On the test track were several On30 and 009 locomotives some of which are pictured below.  Alan showed a collection of On30 locos that he had recently purchased or had been working on, Phil was showing a 009 scale De Winton 3D loco and Richard brought along a Narrow Planet Hunslet, a 3D printed railcar and a new Minitrains release Baldwin 2-6-2.  Graham brought along the beginnings of a new river side shelf layout and a series of scratch built buildings in 009 scale.  Jim was showing us the additions made to his table top layout "Hubbards Halt" including point controls made using fibreglass rod.

 

Narrow Planet Penrhyn "Pamela" Quarry Hunslet kit displayed by Richard, now the Beccles & Bungay Railway No.11.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beccles & Bungay Railway No.25, a 3D printed railbus by Shapeways running on a Kato 4w tram chassis.  Displayed by Richard.

 

 

 

 

 

A 009 De Winton loco by Tebee running on a Kato chassis purchased from the internet, made and displayed by Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A On30 Bachmann 28799 (Spectrum) 2-6-6-2 DCC fitted Articulated Loco converted to an 0-6-6-0 by Alan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A range of scratch built buildings specifically built for 009 scale displayed by Graham.

More details, see: graylinemm.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

An A1 Models (43d) Freelance Diesel kit displayed by Alex.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An old Chivers Bagnall still running on an Ibertren Cuckoo 0-4-0 chassis on Graham's new river side layout (as yet un-named).  The baseboard is made from an old board built by the late Ray Fothergill and is extended out at the front for the river scene.