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I write children's  books about The Magnificent Dancing Circle Snails. As of Nov 19 there are four books available on Amazon. I am a Railway Modeller and so decided to name some locos after the main characters. The stock runs on Motley Preserved.
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Tri-ang saddle tank in EWS gold and black. Named 'Circle Snails'. Home made name plates. No 11 as there are eleven Circle Snails.
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Hornby pannier tank. 'Snail Guardians'. No 3 as there were originally only three SG's
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Was as Hornby James the Red Engine. There are five Thunder Snails so No5 on the tender was ideal! SAG! (Thunder Snails Are Go!)
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A Tri-ang Nellie.. 'Lady Ida' or Lady I. She is the Boss of the Thunder Snails and flies a bright pink Thunder Snail 7. The pink is a Network South East colour.
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Tri-ang Dock Shunter. Re-wheeled, 'Sniffer Snails'. Of all the characters I have invented I love the Sniffer Snails.
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Hornby 4-wheel coaches in NSE pink.
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Tr-ang coaches NSE pink.
Tri-ang caboose but shortened. To be used a brake van for Circle Train stock.
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Lima Mk I brake. Change brown to pink.
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The 'Parsley Family' with 'Snail Guardians' on the tender. European loco.
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Lima loco. I named it 'Harvey' some years ago. Now becomes a Circle Rail loco.
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Lima. Nala although you will see I have corrected the name plate. No r in it! Again names some years ago and now a Circle Rail loco.
Mainline loco. Britannia 70047 was never named. It is now and is a Circle Rail loco. Ancient Tri-ang version.
Britannia 70047 Circle Snails
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Circle Rail's Flagship loco; Flying Scotssnail in Circle Rail gold as of January 2020. Needs some Glue & Glaze in the windows.
Circle Rail caboose
Snail emblem on coach
Added Snail emblem to two coaches as of January 2020.
Circle Rail loco Whittlesea 2020
Whittlesea, spelt the original way as the Fen town was situated by a large lake before the Fens were drained in the 16th century. The number is the SDT dialing tone for Whittlesey. 
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