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A couple of foreigners!

Posted 29-04-2011 at 10:07 PM by chasewaterstuff
Updated 05-05-2011 at 04:46 PM by chasewaterstuff (Images not loaded correctly)
Although strictly not Chasewater Model Railway Group stuff, we did have two very nice 'o'gauge models in our museum over the weekend. The occasion was the AGM of the Industrial Railway Society and the unveiling of the Eric Tonks Collection of nameplates and worksplates.
Hanbury.JPGThe first loco was 'Hanbury' - a Peckett 0-6-0ST with inside cylinders, No.567 of 1894. It worked at one of our local collieries, Coppice Colliery at Heath Hayes, Staffs and for a short period, 1949/1953 at Walsall Wood.
Cranford No.2.JPGThe other loco was'Cranford No.2' a Bagnall 0-6-0ST with outside cylinders, No.2668 of 1942. This one worked at the Cranford Industries Quarry, Northants, where a number of the loco nameplates in the Collection originated.
They were just on loan for the period of the visit and both were built by Pete Stamper of Agenoria Models.
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