I've been posting occasionally bits about my Andrew Barclay Darent build in the workshop section, but its probably better to have its own thread. although the build is in the detailing stage I'll go back to the beginning. She was built in 1903 for the Provan Gas Works in Glasgow as a wing tank, and worked until the late 50's, some restoration did commence but sat in different locations until we purchased it bits. I started the build after we sold the full size loco in 2012, I was one of four who owned the loco. We purchased the loco in 1999 and spent the next four years restoring her. Originally built as 2' 6" gauge, our restoration was to re-gauge to 2' and add a saddle tank to run on a private line in Kent. With my interest in garden railways 16mm gauge would be the ideal size, and as we had the loco running originally without a cab, then added the cab after a visit to the L&B in Devon I would construct two models. The first bits made was the wheels using cast iron, a pattern was made that had both versions on using a removable section. With the first stage done on the Pantograph and finished on the lathe. Simon The bits after bringing them home to Kent. Construction under way.