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tinkerbell steam dome

Ian

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Posted: Tue 28th May 2013, 11:45am
tinkerbell steam dome

can anyone tell me where i can purchase a steam dome for a tinkerbell loco im building
 

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stoneleigh

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Posted: Wed 29th May 2013, 10:14pm

If you don't find any M.E.stockists of castings for your loco., you could try Jim Haylock at the Moors Valley & see if he can help. (He builds & operates a fleet of Tinkerbell variants). However he's a very busy man running a Commercial operation, so please don't waste his time should you find one elsewhere.
 

Narrowgauge7.25

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Posted: Thu 30th May 2013, 12:51pm

You could also try Rod Burnley I know he has one for Thomas II not sure if that is a similar size or not
 

paulash

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Posted: Fri 31st May 2013, 8:23pm

Jim at Moors Valley has supplied me with Tinkerbell dome covers in the past, they are made from fiberglass resin and you need to cut the top off for the safety valve/whistle to clear. I drill and screw mine into the cladding to keep it secure. Not sure if he has any in stock at present.

Paul
 

Ian

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Posted: Sat 1st Jun 2013, 11:19am

Hi paulash can you get me a contact number or email address regards IAN (AUST)
 

paulash

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Posted: Mon 10th Jun 2013, 8:11pm

Ian,

Contact details are as follows:

MOORS VALLEY RAILWAY: Horton Road, Ashley Heath, Ringwood. BH24 2ET. Tel: 01425 471415

Ask for Jim Haylock or Tim Woron.

Cheers

Paul
 
 
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