Bleat Wharf

Discussion in 'Entries' started by NHY 581, 21 August 2018.

  1. chrisb

    chrisb Western Thunderer

    Lovely. Thank you!
  2. NHY 581

    NHY 581 Western Thunderer


    Bleat Wharf is being used as a bit of a test track to run a few locos about.........and essentially play trains for a bit.

    In this view an Andrew Barclay worries a few 16t mineral wagons. 20190615_085620.png
  3. Pencarrow

    Pencarrow Western Thunderer

    Mr Barclay looks very sparkly.

    Nice shot.
  4. Captain Kernow

    Captain Kernow Western Thunderer

    Possibly a scene from West Lambton Colliery?
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  5. jonte

    jonte Western Thunderer

    Puts me very much in mind of something from Ian Allan.

  6. Simpas

    Simpas Western Thunderer

    Aye, very nice indeed....

    Mick S.
  7. NHY 581

    NHY 581 Western Thunderer

    An unusual visitor to Bleat Wharf. Certainly not the norm... 20190625_222515.png

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  8. GrahameH

    GrahameH Western Thunderer

    Nothing unusual with the car Rob !

    Loco looks fab too, another one for the album mate.

  9. NHY 581

    NHY 581 Western Thunderer

    Thanks Grahame..

    The Well Tank was running pretty poorly when I got it out to give it a canter.

    However, A tweak or two seems to have resolved matters and order is restored.

    These really are lovely models.

  10. NHY 581

    NHY 581 Western Thunderer

    I can report that Bleat Wharf is mainly being used for testing. ..........and for having a bit of fun.

    Rob. 20190714_084556-01-01.jpeg 20190714_085823-02-01-01.jpeg
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  11. NHY 581

    NHY 581 Western Thunderer

    Very little activity at present but I'm very pleased to report Bleat Wharf appears in this month's BRM.


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  12. Simpas

    Simpas Western Thunderer

    Cracking article - well done.....

    Mick S.
  13. NHY 581

    NHY 581 Western Thunderer

    Thanks Mick.