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 Forum: Breakdown Crane Modelling   Topic: Gauge 1 R&R 45T crane

 Post subject: Re: Gauge 1 R&R 45T crane
Posted: 22 May 2020, 16:55 

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Hi. I used Solidworks with the aim to teach myself parametric modelling, I think I have done that. I spent hours at the Bluebell with my tape measure and camera getting lots of drawings and photos of both the inside and out. I got permission to crawl all over it. The Bluebell Railway is only 10 min ...

 Forum: Breakdown Crane Modelling   Topic: Gauge 1 R&R 45T crane

 Post subject: Re: Gauge 1 R&R 45T crane
Posted: 21 May 2020, 21:08 

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Hi
Just picked up your post. This has taken me over a year to finish for my o gauge model.
I used the one at the Bluebell Railway

 Forum: Technical Matters   Topic: R & R 45 ton boiler

 Post subject: R & R 45 ton boiler
Posted: 24 Nov 2019, 18:11 

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I have two areas to do to complete my O Gauge model of the R & R 45 ton breakdown crane. These are the vertical boiler with controls and the gears. The gears are not a problem but the boiler has become a sticking point. Has anyone got any drawings or pictures showing the position of the fittings...

 Forum: Breakdown Crane Modelling   Topic: Detailed drawings

 Post subject: Detailed drawings
Posted: 05 Feb 2019, 21:56 

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Hi. I am new to breakdown cranes but not at modelling in O gauge. I want to make a detailed 3D model of either a Cowans Sheldon or Ransome & Rapier 45 or 75 ton breakdown crane. I have got some drawings from the Cumbria archives which go a little way but they are missing a lot of details. Does a...
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