narrow gauge locos

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macydys
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narrow gauge locos

Postby macydys » Sat Sep 27, 2008 2:30 pm

hi im new to the website and i was just wondering if anyone knows where i can get 009 scale ffestiniog style locos :?:

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Re: narrow gauge locos

Postby Raider » Sat Sep 27, 2008 2:42 pm

I don't think they do a ready to run Ffestiniog loco, but when I was Porthmadog station there was a shop there that sold the kits. You need to get a chassis (N gauge for OO9) to put the kit onto.

You may find some ready built kits on e-bay.

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Re: narrow gauge locos

Postby b308 » Sun Sep 28, 2008 11:00 am

Check out the "009 Catalogue" above all the reads in the Narrow Gauge Model Railway section!!

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Re: narrow gauge locos

Postby Andy_Elms » Fri Oct 03, 2008 5:33 am

'Ello.

Can't sleep - too excited about Krauss-Helmholtz trucks and 0-8-0 tankies... It takes all sorts.

A good start is
http://www.festshop.co.uk
Click "Product Overview" button and then "009 Model Railways"
Most of which are on:
http://www.langleymodels.co.uk/acatalog ... ts_15.html

Else have a look at Parkside Dundas' page on
http://www.scalefour.org/parkside/ngindex.htm - or phone them up and ask for a catalogue. They stock most manufacturers, many of which do FR locos

Or, upping the detail and price range:
http://www.backwoodsminiatures.com/009kits.htm and scroll down

Finally, of course:
http://www.009society.com/
has a cracking sales stand - and model kits (built and unbuilt) pop up from time to time from their members which are advertised through the sales officers column in the monthly newsletter. Recommended.

Speaking of which, had to prise myself away from their sales stand on Saturday after seeing a lovely chunky model of "Conwy Castle" in its 1980s orange and grey scheme

I've no financial connections to any of these, apart from spending my hardearned at PD and being a satisfied member of oo9 soc. Oh, and occasionally clouting bits of PWay on the FR.

Andy
Alternatively, I've a completeish tenderless Blanche that I could be persuaded to part with. But I don't want to sully this forum with p!mping my stuff... ;-)
Andy Elms
Bristol, UK

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Re: narrow gauge locos

Postby Blaqkaudio009 » Fri Oct 03, 2008 8:30 am

andy_elms fist of all welcome to the forums! secondly wheres blanches tender? if macydys doesnt want it any chance of me having a look please?
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Re: narrow gauge locos

Postby Slowly Does It » Mon Oct 13, 2008 1:55 pm

I would suggest that you also might to consider the Narrow Gauge Railway Modellers online forum at http://ngrm-online.com/forum/index.php which will help with any info you need on NG modelling.

Stu

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Re: narrow gauge locos

Postby b308 » Tue Oct 14, 2008 9:25 am

I have e feeling thats where most of us are hanging out these days....

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Re: narrow gauge locos

Postby HenryBlue » Tue Oct 14, 2008 6:51 pm

yep!
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Re: narrow gauge locos

Postby lamy » Sat Jan 09, 2010 3:03 pm

You can get from http://parksidedundas.co.uk/ a chivers Harlech castle and Conwy castle diesels.price is okay.


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