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Addressing of DCC locomotives: Unless the locomotive address has been set to a specific number that you have requested, the locomotive number will be set to the cab-side number.
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The Midland resurrected singles in 1887 following the Caledonian’s successful introduction of their 4-2-2 with compressed air sanding. Built in 1869-70 to the design of Matthew Kirtley, by Beyer Peacock and Dubs, these attractive yet quaint looking locomotives were to last over 50 years. In 1903 Johnson introduced the enlarged 0-6-0 design Class 3, construction continuing until 1911, when the first Class 4’s were built. This class of just 20 locomotives was the final Richard Deeley design to be built for the Midland Railway. The 1808 class was a development of the Midland’s pioneer 1312 class, From 1888 two batches were built at Derby totalling 25 engines and were coupled to either 2950 or 3250 tenders.
These engines were rebuilds by Sir Henry Fowler of two classes of Johnson engines which had already been rebuilt by R.M.
The Johnson 1400 Class 2-4-0 is probably the most elegant of the wide variety of Midland Railway 2-4-0’s.
As built they had Johnson smokebox doors and boiler fittings but these were later replaced by the Deeley variety, which did little to improve the appearance of these locomotives. Well yesterday and today I finally bit the bullet and tried my hand at weathering a piece of rolling stock. One the Dullcote had dried I started with the roof, first off was a good coat of grey model wash.
I then dried these series of washes with a hair dryer, then it was a coat of rust coloured wash, and finally a black wash to highlight the seam and details. Next was to move onto the sides & ends of the boxcar, I used a similar principle for the sides as what I had used on the roof.
Then once this had almost dry using a fine flat brush the same width of the panels, I soaked the brush in water and thinned out the remaining wash and blended any pools of wash so that they looked like downward streaks from rain.
I then dried this whole step with a hair dryer making sure not to disturb any of the wash that was sitting in the door tracks or areas that need to be highlighted. Lastly I went over the areas that needed highlighting and extra dirt & grime with a thinned wash of black. The trucks were painted with PS Grimy Black and then dusted with AIM Dark Rust & Black weathering powders. Next stage will be to weather the finer details (rust, more grime, and highlights) with oil paints using dry brushing.

I wondered when you were finally going to take the leap and start weathering your rolling stock. You're off to a great start, Jas, The roof looks really nice- a great combination of colors and textures. As for the oils, don't forget what Tom Johnson posted about spraying them with Dullcote in order to get them to dry faster. Always keep the basic idea of working from light to dark, no matter which preferable mediums you elect to weather with.
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Where the locomotive has no visible cab-side number is available, we will leave the address at the DCC default address of 3.
By 1900 they had built 95 4-2-2s in five classes, each increasing in weight and capacity, of which the 115 class was widely considered the best, totalling fifteen in all. The general appearance remained little altered, the cab, originally a typical Kirtley weatherboard, was the most conspicuous addition, put on by S.W.
In 1916 that the rebuilding of the earlier Class 2 & 3 began and is this rebuilt version of the 3F which is represented in this kit. They were originally numbered 1808-1822 (becoming 378-392 in 1907) and 80-87, 11 and 14 (becoming 393-402 in 1907.) The second group of locomotives had slightly deeper frames which protruded above the running plate at the side of and behind the smoke box. Some will also be either sound-equipped or have lighting enhancements, and these will be listed in the description. There is much more of a forgiveness when you work from light to dark should corrections need to be made. Once added to your personalized homepage, just edit widget settings to select your desired view. We need styles that are quick and easy to maintain without having to wake up at the break of dawn every morning to get it right. They were built between 1896-7 with piston rather than side valves and a coil sprung driving axle.

The kit enables you to build either derivative of the1808 class and is supplied with a 2950 gallon tender. The engines were thus rebuilt with G7 saturated boilers and remained in this condition until scrapped in 1953. Originally they had a straight splasher section between the wheels, but this was later changed to the much more attractive curved arrangement featured in the kit.
Regrettably, these changes did nothing to improve the appearance of these attractive locomotives. We always use decoders that also operate well on DC, so all DCC-fitted locomotives are usable on DC or DCC layouts. This was followed by several coats of Dullcote to flatten the plastic sheen, and give the boxcar some tooth for the washes and oils. Heavy, dark colors applied immediately can lead to terminal results that most times, cannot be restored.
The main differences from their Class 3 predecessors, apart from the boiler, was the shape of the cab which incorporated the rear splasher, cab ventilator and boiler fittings. Conversion to H boilers began in 1904 and the whole class received these prior to re-numbering in 1907. Generally speaking the Belpaire boiler versions lasted longer than the original boilered ones. The majority of the cast components are lost wax brass castings, including the driving axle coil spring and bearing assembly.
Deeley modifield the smokebox door and changed the chimney to one of his own standard design. Except for minor details such as lamp irons, vacuum brake fittings etc., they remained virtually unchanged.
Designed for London Road Models by George Norton these kits enable you to build either derivative of the M. Considerable varieties of re-building commenced around 1908, only the original MGNR version is covered by the kit.
A choice of Johnson or Deeley fittings is available and the kit is supplied with a 2950 gallon tender.

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