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[quote=studdo]

PS, as for engines overall, out of the 38cl I worked on, the worst of them was 3801 and the reasons have been posted previously.Could 3801's performance have improved since its various ...

[quote=Valvegear]I always respect the comments of M636C, however the Germans didn't build exactly as designed. There were manufacturing errors, and trouble came from both sides. I have given my word t ...

[quote=michaelgm][quote][quote][quote]The work carried out on the boiler to get it back in service is a credit to the people at Goulburn, and I would say that the 01 that rolls out for its next career ...

[quote][quote]The work carried out on the boiler to get it back in service is a credit to the people at Goulburn, and I would say that the 01 that rolls out for its next career charge would be as good ...

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PS, as for engines overall, out of the 38cl I worked on, the worst of them was 3801 and the reasons have been posted previously.Could 3801's performance have improved since its var ...

[quote=nswtrains][quote][quote][quote]I generally agree with the above. As long as the RTM has existed there has always been the question as to what was the true shade of green for a 38. Because paint ...

I have a LokSound decoder but my S sounds more like a G Class. Does anyone know an easy way to make it sound more like an S? I don’t have a programmer
Scott
What sound is listed for th ...

[quote=Graham4405][quote]I generally agree with the above. As long as the RTM has existed there has always been the question as to what was the true shade of green for a 38. Because paint fades, is da ...

[quote=petan][quote]On another note regarding the coupling and positioning of loco's on double heading was when a 32 was used, they were not to lead, and must be marshalled behind the leading locomoti ...

[quote=michaelgm][quote][quote]It would be better if the paint had a manufacture's colour code but it seems this may be lost, or never existed.[/quote]A great pity the recent NSWGR in Colour book didn ...

[quote=neillfarmer]I generally agree with the above. As long as the RTM has existed there has always been the question as to what was the true shade of green for a 38. Because paint fades, is darkened ...

Looking in my book case today, I found one put out by the RTM in 1970, simply titled FLYER.  While there is some history aspects of the book, I would say its more a photographic tribute to the train,  ...

[quote=M636C][color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto, wf_SegoeUI,][i]Thanks for posting those links, don't know why I forgot that it was 3810 on the official opening train for the bridge. For some reason ...

[quote=georges]It’s not easy seeing green. A few samples of green non-streamliners. Courtesy of Phil Belbin and others.

The final one shows 3810 pulling the train for the official opening o ...

[quote=Valvegear][quote]I'll be interested to hear what you find out, I wonder whether the darker paint will be like 3830's. From my time at Enfield (1971-74) I recall some of the older volunteers say ...

[quote][quote]I'll be interested to hear what you find out, I wonder whether the darker paint will be like 3830's. From my time at Enfield (1971-74) I recall some of the older volunteers saying that t ...

[quote=CraigW][quote]I see numerous people in the comments saying that the new shade of green is special green, can anyone who worked on the 38s possibly confirm if it is indeed special green or anoth ...

[quote=Transtopic][quote][quote]And some more shots, deep in enemy territory:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6FqgGfondc/quoteAfter just watching this video, I rest my case regarding the sound of ...

And some more shots, deep in enemy territory:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6FqgGfondc
steamfreak
After just watching this video, I rest my case regarding the sound of a 38cl whistle ...

[quote=DCook][quote]How many of the people suggesting false rivet heads on the tender and painting the loco grey are ( or have been) active volunteers with preservation groups?

Do any of you know wh ...

[quote=studdo]THNSW has just emailed to its members a picture of a repainted 3801. It looks fabulous, almost too good to be true. The whiskers on the nose cone and side of the boiler seem to be a deep ...

[quote=M636C][quote]Is it a beefed-up Lima model?

Brave or foolish?[/quote]

The Lima model used the frame (and particularly cylinders) of a German Class 18.5 and the tender from a French 141R.

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[quote=2LaGrange]Fletner vents were a much later addition than 1965, the Mk2 44's were just coming out and did not have them fitted and even the mk4 48cl arrived without them. They started to be fitt ...

[quote=bevans]Would this be the new example of the NSW 44 Class?

[img]http://dams.omni.com.au:8080/razuna/assets/2/9041B99F821E43EFAE4262B7F61D77CE/img/964123F5AD084ECCADAD154470282D4F/IMG_ ...

[quote=2LaGrange]Concerning the Auscision 44 Class.

On Auscision Website 44 Class product page and on order forms it lists that they are doing 8 body versions and obviously not all those versions w ...

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