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Adam Roper wrote:In the meantime it needs a name - can anyone think of a good name for a mongrel? Mutley perhaps?
Adam Roper wrote:Polymorph is an excellent suggestion.
Listers don't tend to drain emotions but they can excite them.
This was particulatly the case when I nearly got my fingers caught under one of the end ballast weights - these weight an awful lot and will happily crush any body parts that happen to get trapped under them.
There's nothing subtle about Listers - they had a foundry and knew how to cast. If it can't be made from girders, cast iron or wood then the locos didn't have it.
Incidentally Listers were also famous for wooden garden furniture which you can still buy (Neill's got a coffee table) - the link is http://www.listerteak.com.au/.
Do I get any points for getting further off topic than anyone else?
Although it would add a new dimension to the idea of a table top railway....
Adam Roper wrote: ... If it can't be made from girders, cast iron or wood then the locos didn't have it...
Cross Kitter wrote:So what does the number on the photo I posted relate to?
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