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Supplied as a download and print Adobe PDF file, you can build as many of these kits as your layout needs from a single purchase (just print out as many as you require), plus there’s plenty of scope for customisation too. Step-by-step instructions with photographs are included giving great results for modellers of all ages and abilities. Looking For Pre-Printed & Laser Cut Kits?Free UK P&P on all pre-printed & laser cut versions of our kits & texture papers in our new shop. After a lot of hard work by our volunteers the Gardner 6LX diesel engine roared back to life on Saturday 6 October 2012. Glenn and Ray preparing for engine test - primarily run to diagnose any issues with oil pressure, coolant and electrical systems.
A short list of tasks are left to complete before the next milestone — movement under power. Since the article was written we have been successful in obtaining funding from Cossie Club Upper Hutt for one of the two batteries required, and are looking for donations to cover purchase of the second.
Lots of interest was shown in the Trust's display at RailEx, held at the Horticultural Hall, Lower Hutt over the weekend of 27-28 October. The display also covered recent progress with the rail vehicle shed, our shunting locomotive Tr189, double slip and other track work under way, along with plans for development of our Maymorn site.
Keen interest was also shown in a neighbouring display by the Wellington Multiple Unit Preservation Heritage Trust, who are working hard to preserve at least one of the English Electric multiple unit sets that were retired from service earlier this year (see the article below for more on saving the English Electric units). Since August we have continued work on the double slip that we're rebuilding from a kit of parts, including a single slip purchased from KiwiRail, two slip frogs and other components we had to hand. Since the last newsletter we have all but completed the rail work associated with the structure, just one check rail to fit to the running rail to the Upper Hutt mainline end. On 18 August the outer slip rail on the KiwiRail side received attention to ensure a good fit to the switch. Above — the completed checkrail set to left, cut to be exactly opposite the end of the frog to the right. Once the doubleslip is completed we will build another turnout - connecting the doubleslip with the completed road 1 turnout and the two tracks leading into the  rail vehicle shed.
Over the last couple of months we have put a lot of work into a 10-metre length of wall, part of the inspection pit facilities within our rail vehicle shed at Maymorn. The 10-metre length of wall parallels a set of steel columns - both will eventually carry the running rails of road 1. On Saturday 14 July 2012 we placed a further 3.5m^3 of concrete into the inspection pits within the rail vehicle shed at Maymorn.
During June and the first part of July reinforcing has been placed into the second length of inspection pit wall, taking the length to 19 metres - just another 5 metres of wall to go.
Hard fill has also been compacted into place behind the first length of inspection pit wall. A week later on Saturday 7 July we put the final reinforcing steel into position and completed the formwork ready for building inspection. By the end of August we plan to have completed the inspection pit walls and made substantial progress with the upper floor area. The Trust is indebted to the Rimutaka Trust for funding construction materials used for the inspection pits, as well as earlier grants towards the main shed build.
During July and August we have been preparing the inspection pit wall and floor areas for concrete. In early August we placed reinforcing and mesh into the floor areas, and installed reinforcing and form work to another 8 metres of pit wall.

Higgins concrete truck delivering concrete at the side door of the rail vehicle shed, 18 August. We are grateful for substantial funding assistance towards the inspection pit facilities from Rimutaka Trust. On 13 October we rolled rails through to inspection pit area, supported on a temporary structure of sleepers. A length of rail placed on top of columns on 20 October, the second pending completion of concrete floors. Great turnout on Saturday 14 July, with a good number of Trust members, neighbours and friends visiting our Maymorn site. During the brief fine periods people also ventured outside to view the progress we have made with the double slip and track extension towards the pedestrian crossing at the Kaitoke end of our site. It was great to have the chance to host so many people at Maymorn, and we look forward to future repeats in the not-too-distant future! During September we have connected the double slip at Maymorn to our existing mainline track. By 20 October we had just about completed the rail swap-out work, and have become well-practised at prepping rails for use. Over the past couple of months we have made a number of changes to our website, involving an upgrade to the Drupal content management system, and switching to a responsive theme. Ballast wagon Yc 817 is undergoing a rapid transformation, with topcoats applied and signwriting under way.
Ron has also started work on YC1578, which will be transformed back into its original paint scheme and birth number Yc825. On Saturday morning we placed a further 3.5m3 of concrete into the inspection pit facilities under construction in our rail vehicle shed.
Many thanks - the new batch of sleepers arrived this morning for our new allotment project (via friendly, polite haulier) - he dropped them off just perfectly!. The kit makes use of pre-weathered, photo-realistic textures wraps over card base layers leaving no visible cut card edges once complete. Can be constructed using recycled card such as cereal packet.
So much so, that if you're not entirely satisfied with your purchase you can obtain a full refund within 7 days of your original purchase, no questions asked!
A long list of tasks had been worked through to get the engine ready for testing, including electrical systems, water pump, manifold, filters and oil system checks. On display was a sign made by Weta Workshop for the Trust, an interpretative piece based on a mix of traditional railway signal components.
The double slip is an important component of the Maymorn yard layout, connecting the mainline to the shed yard and the connection to the loop alongside the station platform.
By the end of 18 August we were nearing the end of the rail work, just two more checkrail sets to complete.
We have agreed to assist by providing storage for units that the group has targeted for preservation and provided all goes to plan, at least one unit will be on site at Maymorn by the end of Febraury 2013. Three remaining blue liveried ex-Johnsonville sets were used on the Hutt Valley line for a few more months through to June 2012, with a last run on 25 June 2012. The reinforcing and associated form work is fairly complex and requires careful and methodical work. The concrete wall completes off the below-rail portion of the inspection pit area of the shed. All rail-carrying columns have been located in place, holes drilled into the supporting concrete beam and studs epoxied into place.

Compaction was a challenging task at times, with reinforcing protruding into the area from both the shed and pit walls as well as the portal pods. The first top-level floor is to the left of the image, the second length of inspection pit wall in middle distance, paralleled by the rail-carrying columns.
The upper floor will permit same-level access through the rail vehicle shed, which should prove handy when moving heavy equipment from job to job. This nearly completes the 24-metre long inspection pit wall (just 2m left at the Upper Hutt end) and we now have two of the five upper floor sections poured.
The upper floor areas needed a substantial amount of back-filling and compaction, using material that had been stock-piled from the original excavation, topped up with a few loads of base and top course.
We guided people through the rail vehicle shed, showing progress with the inspection pits (funded by Rimutaka Trust) and our ex-NZR Hillside Tr189. 91LB rail for the first trackset was drifted down to the turnout structure, sleepers respaced and fastened down. The 91LB rail is also needed to build another turnout and to complete the inspection pits inside the rail vehicle shed. Put simply, this means that the website adjusts to the screen-size of the browser, tablet or phone used to access it. Trust member Ron Jones has been the mainstay of this project, tirelessly scraping down the layers of old paintwork and crud and painting. Original road numbers have been applied to the locations used in pre-TMS days, a few more to be completed, plus of course the tare weight and test date information. This photo shows progress made by 6 October, which coincidentally was the same day Tr189 was test-started.
We hope to be installing rail on the second road of the inspection pit during the next couple of months. There are pictures of before, during and after = pond, shed base, seating area and border retainers - I hope you like them. The signage area is attached to the main mast with two brackets inspired by McKenzie and Holland semaphore signal gantry designs, the mast topped by a finial from the same era, whereas the base reflects those used with early colour light signals. The outer slip rail then needed a trim of about 300mm, to correctly locate the joint with the checkrail set. After the wall is poured we will be able to back-fill and pour a further length of floor at rail height, linking the high-level floor with the rest of the shed. Quite a depth has had to be filled, thankfully a good amount had been stock-piled from the original excavation. Each corner of the hopper has been highlighted in white, as was the fashion, as are the shunters footsteps and other safety items. They add character, are very stable, and, when transforming a "wreck" into something pleasant, are ideal! This was the first public display of the sign, which will be installed at the Trust's Maymorn site shortly. A couple of screen-shots are included below, showing how the homepage displays on an iPhone.

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