Easter post

Posted on April 22, 2014. Filed under: Project progress |

A knock on the door today brought me a GW Models 6” Mini Roller.

I’d ordered this little gem to help make a taper boiler for my next Black 5, 44722 of Inverness shed. I’ve had a little experience with a borrowed roller (not that sort) and enjoyed making 54458’s parallel boiler and smoke box wraparound. And it got me thinking, especially when I came across this 2009 photo, showing rivets produced with my GW Models superb index riveter.

??????????      5961 Toynbee Hall aka 4983 Albert Hall

Maybe I should use Albert Hall’s plastic boiler to make the mock-up for a GW Models nickel boiler for 5961?

And now back to Kyle of Sutherland.

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