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This is my Weeden #34, the engine is a non reversing one that makes it pre 1920.
It is not original, I have made it up from 2 engines.
It does have an original burner.
I still need a drain tap for it.
It had no plumbing, so I included an oiler in the pipework, the 2 "towers" are home made too.
I'll give it a run, but use gas because it's easier, and hotter.
Wow, what a treat.
Great videos and engines, Bernie.
I really enjoyed watching.
The 34 has interesting valve gear, I've just noticed
Oh! my my, your a bit of a comic Bernie.
That's as good as a small city, and Rum for the workers.
Bernie you've got enogh equipment there to be the first man to land a Cockroach on Mars.
thanks for sharing another great table
The Weeden is a great runner with a lovely tick-over.
That Weeden engine is really nice, great to see you got it running
Bernie, it was great to visit your shed again, it hasn't changed a bit!
Great table, mate!
My Wilesco D 366.
I copped a lot of ribbing at stdu about having this as a "shelf queen", so this video is for Lenny, Geoff and Phil.
LOL. I'm the same with my black and brass Wilesco TE Bernie.
But tomorrow it will be seen in motion for the first time.
Lovely engine mate. Love the water cart as well.
I loves the tour of your shed BK. I didnt know one could get an angle grinder stand, smart contraption. Just ordered one myself. Thanks.
Great Toy Box bernie
It would not seem right for me not to have something about logs or sawmills on my table.
A bit of a mock up what a mill could have looked like.
This one is powered by a Jensen 55 and a Wilesco D455 powers the stiff leg crane.
That saw mill is just awesome.
My fingers were itching to get in there and have a good play.
Great stuff Bernie.
Just love that "Gaselan"
Yes a lot of the German engines are lovely and smooth, and I can well understand the heater being below par.
Very nice No 34 as well.
Thanks for the workshop tour, the birthplace of so many great creatons.
if i had a place like that I would rarely venture out from it
Your sawmill is something rather special,very imaginative.
I better put the log truck in too.
And the jinker for long logs.
Boy, I wish I could come over and visit the Toy Box!
Just like to thank everyone for their comments.
I've had this Bolton compound (ya, this one is a compound) for some time and never steamed it.
I think my crane should make enough steam, so I'll tap into the steam line.
Knock up a bit of pipe to join the pair.
I've left the lower engine on the crane hooked up so I can use the feedwater pump to fill the boiler.
The Bolton has been fitted with a Stevensons linkage (made by Winters, I think).
Ready to go.
Here's a couple of my builds, Big Jim and Egor.
Egor towers over Jim!!
And neither of them should tip over, they're both wide in the track!!
And, yes I do like black and red.
Downesy was here earlier so we did a video of Egor, that's a 5 in 1 grade he struggles over
Great to see Egor in action, looking strong
Darn good show Bernie . Great vids .
Well done Bernie. I especially like that sawmill layout
There's some great stuff there mate, the saw mill and truck etc, is really brilliant. And Egor, what can I say - magnificent.
Great show Bernie, Egors wheelie was a cracker.
Great vids, Bernie! Love that big Weeden and the saw mill. And Egor. And.. you get the idea(r).
Mighty fine show you've put on for us!
Egor is so cool!
I better show my wilescos.
The large and the small.
24 and 20
Another 20, a 455 and a 10
I have never bought an accessory as such, but, these have come with various engines.
Forgot the shaper.
Better include the mobiles too.
Right to left, D 430, D 366, D406, and an old D 40
Great workshop and great stuff. Brilliant, mate
What a great set of Wilesco's.
There's nothing working in this lot, it's some of the "to do" projects.
Back left, SR1 n&b, the front of a SW1, Weeden 903, a tubed boiler.
front left, Fleischmann 120/1, D10 with throttle, TE1
Great pics Bernie.
I really will have to try to acquire a D32.
I just love those big engines.
Bernie, you always please with videos and pics of shop and engines.
Thanks for sharing.
A fine collection of Wilesco engines.
I better post these 2 now as I have to visit my eye doctor shortly.
I took these on my own so please excuse the out of focus shots, also the battery went flat and I ran outa gas, so it's in 2 parts.
That was just mesmerising Bernie.
If I had that crane in my workshop, I'd never come out.