On18 Locos

There are a wide variety of locos and railcars available for use on Allt-Na-Ballt and Muston Sands. Some can be used on either layout, some are too large for the Scottish layout and therefore restricted to Muston Sands, and some look more at home on short freight trains so spend most of their time on Allt-Na-Ballt.

Steam

No. 1, 3D print.

No. 1

Duke, modified die-cast toy.

Duke

Luke, modified die-cast toy.

Luke

Blues (it’s a Climax, work it out yourself), modified die-cast toy.

Climax

Percy, modified die-cast toy (to keep the kids amused).

Percival

Diesel

Freight Motor No. 1, scratch built.

Freight Motor No.1

Freight Motor No. 2, modified die-cast toy.

Freight Motor No.2

Ford, modified die-cast toy.

Ford

Ruston, modified die-cast toy.

Ruston No.2

Rusty, the same die-cast toy as Ruston, but unmodified.

Rusty

Little Emma, modified die-cast toy.

Little Emma

Big Emma, modified die-cast toys.

Big Emma

Thornycroft, modified die-cast toy.

Thornycroft

No. 7, scratch built.

No. 7

Sweet Pea, bits from the scrap box. About as small a loco as you can get in O scale.

Sweet Pea

Jeep, modified plastic toy.

Jeep

Jubilee, modified plastic toy (another one to keep the kids amused).

Jubilee

Battery

Steeple cab, 3D print.

TB Bat

Trammer, modified kit.

Trammer

Freight Motor No. 3, modified die-cast toy.

Freight Motor No.3

Freight Motor No. 4, die-cast toy.

BEV

BR14, modified toner cartridge.

br14

BR in this case stands for Blackcloud Railways, parent company for both 18 inch gauge lines. No14 is an odd looking object but I’ve seen photos of stranger narrow gauge locos!

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