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SIDEBAR - Yahoo have added a sidebar on the righthand side of each page, you can remove this by simply clicking on the >> by the red Yahoo sign. From the 1915 Lionel catalogue, the centre page spread showing a Lionel Standard (wide) gauge train on a bridge made of Meccano. In the 1930s Hornby introduced the `Silver Jubilee` with streamlined locomotive and articulated coaches. User keywords, or 'tags', are words added to object records by other users to enhance their discovery. The scene was set for the English inventor of Meccano, Frank Hornby, to market his 0-gauge trains in 1920. Two years after Frank Hornby's death in 1936 Meccano Ltd introduced the smaller Hornby Dublo (00-gauge) table top trains which were more affordable and convenient than the 0-gauge.
The London, Midland and Scottish Railway flat truck is one of the items of freight rolling stock made by Meccano Ltd from 1934 for their 0-gauge range of Hornby toy railways. Marsh, Hugo, Miller's Toys & Games Antiques Checklist", Reed International Books Limited, London, 1995.
After the Second World War flat trucks appeared separately again without a load and were also included in the Hornby 601 Goods Train Sets. Graebe, Chris and Julie, "The Hornby Gauge 0 System, New Cavendish Books, London, 2002.History Notes include facts about what has happened to an object since manufacture.
Finlayson's knowledge and love of toys brought him a collection of nearly 2000 items, including highly collectable tin-plate toys manufactured by respected names such as Carette, Bing, Marklin and Lehmann, as well as a variety of other German, English and Japanese makers. The flat truck comprises the standard Hornby four-wheel wagon base with low sides and a lipped top. Featuring both real and model film clips of Oxenhope, Grassington and Victoria Rd (Saltaire) (55min).
Please feel free to ask any questions as I enjoy talking about steam engines as much as I enjoy making them. Railway to Basinbridge Milk Factory, with the River Brue running past it, memories are made that have lasted a lifetime. Trains ore worked into the sidings and are either dispatched down the branch or signalled into one of the storage siding available. The complex trackwork provides for interesting operation but itis not based on any real location.
The depot is responsible for servicing some of the locomotives purchased by the company following a huge ?750,000,000 investment. This includes the recently acquired Class 66 and Class 67 locomotives, as well as those inherited when the company was formed. Locomotives are fuelled on arrival; the depot’s huge appetite for fuel is supplied by rail. Those locos requiring examinations enter the two road maintenance shed; the depot is capable of carrying examinations up to level C. EWS have quickly realised that other fledgling operators have no servicing facilities of their own.
High above the depot, various types of Diesel Multiple Unit shuttle back and forth on an elevated branch line. The main emphasis of the layout is keeping operators and spectators interested in stock movements.
The layout is split into two operating sections, a goods yard which consists of a run round loop, and three long sidings coal, open and closed running stock.
The branch line has a bay platform and a main platform which has a run round loop for three large coaches or four smaller coaches. Other facilities are a private siding that is owned by an enginering company, a two road LNWR shed, with facilities for coal and watering.


The buildings are both scratch built and kit built, with interiors and bits and pieces added. Most of the wagons and coaching stock are either ready to run or kit built; loads have been added to out of the box wagons. The period being portrayed is 1930's - 40's where the LMS and LNER have joint running rights.
Although minimal the layout facilitates a range of shunting and loco movements with a variety of rolling stock. Keiths Model Railways  0116 2778634 A Good selection of second hand and some new items. Graebe, Chris and Julie, "The Hornby Gauge 0 System", New Cavendish Books, London, 2002History Notes include facts about what has happened to an object since manufacture.
The Hornby No.1 engine shed comprises a single train-length building with two internal two-rail (clockwork) tracks and double-opening hinged doors front and rear. Perhaps surprisingly it was at the low end of the Hornby range, using the clockwork motor of the cheapest series. These trucks also came with a load comprising a cable drum or container for meat or furniture. From this time flat trucks were finished in enamelled brown for the SR and LMS, dark grey for GW, bauxite for NE.
The Finlayson collection contains every type of transport toy - cars, trucks, tractors, fire engines, buses, motorcycles, aeroplanes, ships and trains, as well as novelty toys, robots, kitchen toys and Meccano sets.
The Black Road is the name from a long gone colliery railway in Leeds close to where I lived as a child.
This gives us the excuse of having plenty of light engine movements in and out of the fiddle yards.
Wooden pull-along trains were available in Britain from the 1840s, not long after the commercial introduction of full-size railways. In 1932 the E1E and E2E engine shed models were released fitted with electric three-rail track and a single electric lamp inside each shed.
The building features finely-detailed tin printing on the sides, ends, roof, doors, the four chimneys and a large central skylight, and is set on a light yellow enamelled base. Current numbering format comprises the year of acquisition, followed by a sequential number. Whilst every effort has been made to trace the Copyright holders, we would be grateful for any information concerning Copyright of the images and we will withdraw them immediately on Copyright holder's request. Wooden pull-along trains were available in Britain from the 1840s, not long after the commercial introduction of full size railways.
The series developed into finely-detailed locomotives, as well as commercial vans, wagons and tankers together with a range of accessories including stations, goods sheds, signals, crossings, water towers and signal boxes. From the late 1950s no further effort was devoted to 0-gauge trains and by the 1960s their popularity had diminished. They illustrate the move to containerisation of the rail system underway in the early 1930s.. They were available for purchase both separately and with cable drum loads attached in 1934 and ones with containers from 1936. British Rail liveries replaced the Pre-nationalisation ones in 1954 and in 1956 were referred to as low sided wagons.
It represents the type of toys that were available in Australia throughout most of the twentieth century, including ones made here by Boomaroo, Wyn-toy, Cyclops, Ferris and Robilt.
The truck number '219493' and the company lettering 'LMS' (London, Midland and Scottish Railway) appear on the sole bar and automatic couplings are fitted. The Hornby toy trains and accessories are a microcosm of railway social and technological history in Britain during the first half of the twentieth century.


By the 1870s the wooden toy train was replaced with tin-plate locomotives, hauling carriages, which were often powered by clockwork or steam.
The series developed into finely-detailed locomotives, as well as commercial vans, wagons and tankers together with a range of accessories including stations, goods sheds, signals, crossings, water tanks and signal boxes. The detailed brickwork, pointing, pediments, downpipes and large arched and multi-paned windows are typical features of full-size industrial buildings of the 1920s. Production of the rolling stock, but not the locomotive, continued in England during the 1930s.
By the 1870s the wooden toy train was replaced with tin-plate locomotives, hauling carriages, which were often powered by clockwork or steam propulsion.
They were exported from the Liverpool factory to all corners of the British Empire including Australia, Canada, Egypt, New Zealand, Rhodesia and South Africa. Today model railway production is aimed at adult collectors and is increasingly distant from the traditional children's toy railways.
The No.50 low sided wagon was available from 1957 until the late 1960s with a dummy brake lever on each side.
The truck is made of tin plate and finished in enamelled brown and black.The Registration Number of an object is a unique identifying number applied by the museum at the point of acquisition. They were exported from the Liverpool factory to many countries including Australia, Canada, Egypt, New Zealand, Rhodesia and South Africa.
Today model railway production is aimed at adult collectors and is increasingly removed from the traditional children's toy trains. The No.1A engine shed had no skylight, ventilators or chimneys and had doors at one end only. Currently there are five pages of pictures, (to see Page 2 click on `2` below, etc.)plus some additional special pages - links to which are on Page 5.
Altough the spring is a little tired, when running without load it travels 270 feet on a winding. In Australia Hornby trains of the four major British railway companies became as familiar to boys as Australian rolling stock. Many of the original collectors have kept and added to their interwar childhood 0-gauge toy railway layouts with stations, tunnels, landscapes and rolling stock forming an historical diorama of twentieth century land transport. As an adult he began collecting Hornby model trains, and his interest spread to other toy trains and tin toys.
The First World War broke this monopoly and the rise of patriotism in Britain saw an emphasis on local toy production there. In Australia, Hornby trains of the four major British railway companies became as familiar to boys as Australian rolling stock. Many of the original collectors have kept and added to their interwar childhood 0-gauge toy train layouts with stations, tunnels, landscapes and rolling stock forming a historical diorama of twentieth century land transport. The No.2A engine shed had only a single central skylight on the roof, instead of the previous two, and no chimneys or ventilators, but had doors at both ends. The First World War broke this monopoly and the rise of patriotism in Britain saw an emphasis on local toy production.
He increased his collection at auctions, swap meets and market stalls, and through his connections with toy dealers and other serious collectors. Some toys were simply found sitting neglected on the shelves of remote country newsagencies, brand new and never opened.
The engine sheds were available until 1941 but after the Second World War no more were produced.



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