I recently purchased a pair of natty replacement brass cab step overlays from Locoworks for my modified Roundhouse Millie. These are simply fixed in place with epoxy adhesive. They are a great improvement on the original pressed steel steps and add some more rivet detail to the loco.
For its opening in 1886, The West Carberry Tramway was equipped with four brake vans built by Dick Kerr and Co. numbered 46 - 49. By the early 1900s, by which time the WCT was renamed to the Schull and Skibbereen Railway, three of these vans were used exclusively for conveyance of goods. By 1906 these vans were in poor condition and so the company completely rebuilt them as goods vans in their own workshop in Skibbereen. The company built two new brake vans to replace them See my number 54 on the coaching stock page. I intend building all three of the vans and I started the first, number 46 in March 2013.
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