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 Posted: Tue Mar 20th, 2018 07:06 pm
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" Si..........Only New Zealand could have a loco like that........LUV IT..........Peter "


" AG Price did a couple of 16 wheelers as well - also in NZ logging use on 3'6" gauge "



Hi Peter & John :wave:



If anyone happens to have a stash of 16 'curly-spoke' DRIVERS !? laying about. ???

I'm gonna check out AG Price on the 3'6" as well.



I think this is another Johnston. L:





Dig that diagonal cab-siding ... mmmaaannn !  :cool:



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Seeing the Price 16 Wheeler,
reminded me I have a 6 page article on modelling one, from a long time back.
It was published in a New Zealand MRly magazine 'Flimsy",
no idea how long ago.




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Tinplatest wheels ever?

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... and LOTS of 'em !



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From the original Johnston patent.







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This one still survives



https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pays_de_Waes_(locomotive)

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Another 'Johnston' geared 16-wheeler locomotive from N.Z. again ...







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Yet another 'Johnston' 16-wheeler from New Zealand.





" Tinplatest wheels ever? "


Keep saving those ol' tinplate wheels Jose !  :P


" Junk is something you throw away three weeks before you need it "


I know you'll prefer this much more than an 0-4-0 !  ;)



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I know you'll prefer this much more than an 0-4-0 !

Of course!!!.

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Modern take on a steam dummy ? Davenport compressed air loco.


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Or how about one of these? You tell me what it is !



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