So rules as always and closing date for entries will be 7th September.
'Neptune', which ran on the Far Tottering and Oyster-creek Railway. A 15" gauge passenger carrying line designed for the 1951 Festival of Britain exhibition.
My scratch-built model is fitted with RC Trains equipment and runs on my SM32 garden railway. The livery is taken from postcards sold at the time.
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Couldn't top that if I wanted to, but to contribute something:
"Still-Unnamed Fictional Sugar Milling Company" livery. The roster is unusually well-maintained for a sugar mill, and crews expected to take pride in their charges and keep them reasonably clean.
With few exceptions over the years, steam locos were always green with red trim. I/C locos shared this livery in the inter-war years, changing to yellow at overhaul from the late 1940s..
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However, here is my entry, the BWLR engineers train in its fetching blue livery along with Goliath and its wasp stripes.
The Engineers Train:
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