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Model Live Steam Train Project

Discussion in 'Other Stuff' started by Wyliecoyote, Feb 1, 2020.

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  1. Wyliecoyote

    Wyliecoyote Active Member

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    Thought this may be of interest to some!!!

     
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    TheQ Well-Known Member

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    One of the five guys in my section at work builds 2.5inch gauge, steam locos and wagons. He is working on a Britannia class at the moment.
    I seriously looked at going live steam , but I've just too much else on.
     
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    coincidence I suppose, been tidyin & tripped over an engine....

    15cc sidevalve watercooled 4 stroke petrol engine called the 'Seal'

    http://www.hemingwaykits.com/acatalog/The_Seal___Edgar_T_Westbury.html
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    built from castings & metal stock, was stripped & sometime in the early 90's the crankshaft was case-hardened but never managed to find time or hwyl for rebuild
    maybe if I get some time....
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    calculator shows size....
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    the carbon in the cylinderhead's combustion-chambers should speak a thousand words :cool:

    Rich.
     
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