GWR and BR (WR) Models 2

 

An Armstrong 'Standard Goods' 0-6-0 from the Victorian era. This model was made from a Nu-Cast kit.

 

A Hornby 2721 class 0-6-0 PT, given a late-1940s BR livery, some judicious weathering, and a fireman cooking his breakfast!

 

The famous "City of Truro". Sporting the Edwardian-period livery, which it still carries in preservation, of indian-red frames and wheels. It was constructed from a Nu-Cast kit.

 

The ubiquitous Dean Goods. This one was built from a Nu-Cast kit too.

 

No.36 is another William Dean design, this time the unique 'Crocodile' outside-framed 4-6-0 in the beautful indian-red-framed livery from the early 20th century. This model was constructed from an Alan Gibson kit.

 

Indian-red frames again (what makes you think I like this livery?), this time adorning 'Duke of Cornwall' Class 4-4-0 No.3280 "Falmouth", built from a Nu-Cast kit.

 

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