Today we feature one of three Southern liveried M7 tank engine’s to be found at Locoyard. So let’s look at this 0-4-4 Tank Engine!
Our Model of the Week is the beautiful LSWR T9 class 120. Possibly one of the best looking models available in 00 scale, the locomotive also has an interesting history that we will look at today.
This week’s model star is Beattie Well-Tank 30587. The locomotive behind this model has a very long history, so without ado, let’s find out more!
Today’s model of the week is a little earlier in the week in usual, in anticipation of the joint locoyard/UK Heritage Hub announcement of the most famous steam locomotive in issue 21 of UK Heritage Hub. Today we feature the second of three Southern liveried M7 tank engine’s to be found at Locoyard.
Sir Lamiel was one of the highlights of the Watercress Line’s Great Spring Steam Gala 2013
One of the biggest stars of the Watercress Line’s Great Spring Steam Gala
This week’s model of the week is another regular performer at Locoyard
Today’s model of the week is one of three Southern liveried M7 tank engine’s to be found at Locoyard and is seen running with classmate 42 above. Built from 1897 to 1911, LSWR’s M7 class were
Another addition to the Steam Diary is a brief visit to Bodmin General, early on 17th July 2010, when Beattie Well-Tank 30587 was
Following from my previous thread on my early steam locomotive experiences, here are a few more pictures of the Bluebell Railway from the 1990’s archive. Starting with the picture above of the Aveling Porter 2-2-0 geared well tank – a curiosity indeed! Now based at the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway, it was based for…