I have now ceased to take on any new orders for machining castings apart from plain wheels for diesel locos.

Different machinists have their own preferred methods of mounting wheels:

Walsall Model Industries can machine my castings and mount them on their square ended, self quartering axles. Insulation where required is inserted across the individual spokes.

Both Richard Hersey and Steve Ross use Tufnol hub insulation where required, mounting the wheels on round-ended, telescopic jointed axles quartered and kept in position with a taper pin.
Their contact details can be supplied on request.


January 2020
Austria 0-8-0 BBÖ class 73 at 1:45.

Dutch 4-4-2T SS 700/NS 5500 class at 1:45.

Kitson 0-6-0T with 13 spoke, 4′6″ wheels, also used on Manchester Ship Canal and Coppice Colliery at 7 mm/ft.

M & G.N./LNER J93 for 5 inch gauge.

BR 4-6-2 Britannia, drivers for 5 inch gauge.

July 2020
Dutch 0-6-0 HSM 600/NS 3200 at 1:45.

USA. Virginian Railway. EL-1A, EL-3A driving wheels at 1:32.

GWR 0-6-0PT 57xx for 5 inch gauge.

Australian 4-4-0 NSWGR class Z12 at 7 mm/ft.

Dutch 0-4-0T NS 8100 class at 1:45.

South African SAR 4-8-4 class 25NC at 1:24.

November 2020
Dutch 4-4-0 NS 1700 class at 1:45.

Dutch 2-4-2T NS 7100 class at 1:45.

GER 0-6-0 Y14/LNER J15 for 5 inch gauge.

March 2021
LNWR Webb 2-4-2T 5'6" Tank at 1:32.

NRZ/RR 4-6-4+4-6-4 15th class at 1:24 for Gauge 1.

LMS 4-6-0 Black Five at 1:32.

Courpet-Louvet Metre gauge 0-6-0T at 16 mm/ft (1:19.05).

Dutch 2-4-2T NS 7100 class at 1:32.

LBSC etc 2-2-2 Jenny Lind for Gauge 3.


NER 4-2-2 J class at 7 mm/ft.

South African SAR Electric Bo Bo 5/6E at 1:24.

Australian 2-6-0 NSWGR class Z25 at 7 mm/ft. (Same as MSWJR).

MOS/WD 0-6-0T Austerity tank, LNER J94 at 7 mm/ft.

SER 4-4-0 F class for 5 inch gauge.

NRZ/RR 4-6-4+4-6-4 15th class at 1:12 for 3½" Gauge.

EAR 4-8-2+2-8-4 class 59 at 1:24.

LSWR 0-4-4T class M7, (locos with balanced axles) at 7 mm/ft. (Also suits 4-4-0 L11.)


The last lot of waxes was delivered to the foundry on April 13th. Castings are expected in early May.

Revised 16 April 2021.

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19 Oct 2018