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Offline AllWight

LBSC Horse box
« on: Nov 26 2014 13:38 »
Hello does anyone here have the technical drawings for an LBSC short wheel based horsebox.

Cheers

Mark

Offline 454

Re: LBSC Horse box
« Reply #1 on: Nov 26 2014 14:53 »

Offline AllWight

Re: LBSC Horse box
« Reply #2 on: Nov 26 2014 17:08 »
No Dave its not that early. will put a pic up later of the vehicle

Mark

Offline Andy B

Re: LBSC Horse box
« Reply #3 on: Nov 27 2014 07:43 »
The 14'  (built 1871 to 1889) and 15'6" (built 1896) designs were in Model Railways december 1989.
I can scan a copy of the article if it's any use.

But I think the 14' design is what Dave's link shows.

Andy

Offline AllWight

Re: LBSC Horse box
« Reply #4 on: Nov 27 2014 08:17 »
Yes please Andy or email it to my personal email directly so that I can print it off.

Cheers
Mark

Offline Andy B

Re: LBSC Horse box
« Reply #5 on: Nov 27 2014 13:01 »
Mark - email sent.

A while back I was given a lever-arch file full of carriage and wagon drawings from magazine articles (Model Railways, Model Railway Constructor, Railw Modeller, etc) circa 1980's & 90's.
This is the only LBSCR item in there.

Andy

Offline 492

Re: LBSC Horse box
« Reply #6 on: Nov 27 2014 16:16 »
Ragstone appear to have a quite attractive  (7mm scale) model of a 6 wheeler with 2 grooms compartments. Looks nice (DIA 142/274)

Robert. 492

Offline Jon Nazareth

Re: LBSC Horse box
« Reply #7 on: Nov 27 2014 16:26 »
Dear Mark
I've only just picked up this thread but, I have a drawing from the old MSC 7mm LBSCR Horsebox kit and it has drawings of the 9'  and 10' wheelbase boxes, 14' and 15' 6" long respectively.  If you would like a copy, I can send it if it's different to Andy's.

Regards
Jon

Offline AllWight

Re: LBSC Horse box
« Reply #8 on: Nov 28 2014 08:36 »
Thank you Andy for the two drawings. It was the 15',6" version that I wanted.

I now realise the van needs some 3',6" maunsell wheels and I have two 8 spoked 3',1" in my box of odds and sods. Does any one have some 3',6" maunsell wheels they would like to do a swap with.

Mark