Used to work at Gloucester new yard (88 to 94). Put in a google search just for the hell of it, and to my surprise, a few pictures came up! Nice to see some of this old rolling stock for old times sake. Thank you.
Such a rich resource. I gleaned all the info I needed to build an accurate model of a Diag 1/213 van from a Freightman 7mm kit. Grateful thanks.
Wonderful work my friend...
Your photos are very useful.
The ordering process is simple and straight forward, thanks for sharing your photos.
I have just completed a download of half a dozen (mostly 13T) mineral photographs using your new 'Personal Use - no reproduction' facility. I would just like to say that it was simple and straightforward process, and is an excellent addition to your already superb site. Keep up the good work. And thanks for all your support.
Alas, it is too long since I last visited the EGRM but I'm still too young.
(C.R.B checks on all members would be expensive.)
What a marvellous site. Thank's Paul for helping to identify a railway van in the corner of my garden. It put flesh on the bones so to speak. Your help has made many people happy. God Bless and Thanks for everything. Rob.
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Sorry, too early for me, I'm not quite in my dotage.
A print I have of an LNER one has the bar going straight down on the top lip of the wagon, held in place by the type of tube holder which, on a smaller scale, we use for holding clothes rails in place in cupboards. Each corner has a raised, possibly triangular, plate to stop excessive wear of the tarp.
I hope that helps.
FABULOUS ARCHIVE ,MUCH APPRECIATED...
The printing service was excellent! I bought the 9 x 6 size and the detail is so much better for the larger print - saves peering through a lens to see the detail ! Looking to build some 'different' 7mm scale wagons... and the photos will assist in this immensely. Many thanks for a great site.
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