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Two Tri-angTC Bo-Bo’s in Freightliner colours.
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Two Tri-ang Switchers in EWS colours. I think it suits them! They have been re-wheeled to run on PECO 100 track.
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Tri-ang Switcher in fictitious colours. Health & Safety would love it!
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Tri-ang TC Bo-Bo’s in EWS colours.
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Tri-ang TC Bo-Bo’s in EWS colours. No yellow warning panel.
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Tri-ang double-ended Bo-Bo in EWS colours.
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The Canadian Pacific in EWS colours and simplified valve gear,
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Two snowploughs. The furthest has its side doors missing..
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In a sorry state when I bought it. One of the earlier versions. Added the trailing pony truck that accepted the later LNER tender. Simplified value gear.
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Another 3 Pacifics in black. Why? Well two were being sold very cheaply at a Woodgreen Toy Fair. I felt sorry for them and I have the technology to repair and restore. I have 5 now; 3 black and 2 EWS colours.
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All the Dock Shunters having a day out. The one with the 06 cab leads..
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A Tri-ang TC afternoon on the Garden 6-track Railway..
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The over-head Tri-ang TC Bo-Bo is still very expensive. This model cost £7.50 as its roof was just a piece of plasticard. The dummy pantographs are off one of the toy trains I bought recently. The yellow needed to be repainted. I chose BR cream as it looks like the photos of the Australian locos.
TRI-ANG TC
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What if the UK Blue Pullmans were powered by American GM’s?
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Tri-ang Davey Crocket loco about 1962. There was a red wheel version and this yellow wheel version. Bought it with damaged cab and head light missing. Repaired cab roof with card and found a headlight off an American engine I haven't used in years. There was no tender so painted up a Tri-ang Fowler LMS version. The engines burned wood but in the Motley universe, this one burns coal. After a service chassis runs really well. 

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All change! The proper tender coupled on. I bought this before the engine some time ago. It was behind the American Nellie I created. That now has the Fowler tender - see below.
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A Tri-ang Nellie 0-4-0 with am American body and now the Fowler tender as of May 2019. Looks powerful!.
This is the created doubled ended TC diesel which is in EWS colours seen earlier on this section. I have been creating a train to go behind Big Boy. It has a diesel to help it along. It's painted up in EWS gold. I took the raised numbers off..I think the silver bogies give it a new lease of life. No 35 as of December 2019.
Tri-ang fictitious loco for one of the Big Boy support trains as of December 2019
Tri-ang switcher for one of the Bog Boy support trains
Tri-ang switcher in Union Pacific similar livery for one of the Big Boy support trains. No 42. The answer to everything!
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