Designed and described by Chris Els
Head End Motor design by Chris Bourne
Photographs by Anthony Els
I decided to build this model because of my fascination with these huge and powerful machines. The model can be built in two ways:
There are two parts lists:
There are no parts listed for the track, you can pretty much do what you like for that.
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We have provided the instructions for building this model in several formats for downloading and viewing offline. To download the file(s) you want, either follow the appropriate link(s) below or right click on the link and select "Save target as ..." to save the file to your local drive.
Download the "HTML" ZIP file and the two "illustrations" ZIP files to a new directory on your local drive. Use your favourite "unzip" program to extract all of the files. You can then open the file "index.htm" in your browser to view these web pages offline. These download pages have been set to black text on a white background to make printing them easier.
Download the "Text" ZIP file and the two "illustrations" ZIP files to a new directory on your local drive. Use your favourite "unzip" program to extract all of the files. You can then open the "locotext.txt" file and each of the illustrations to view on screen or to print out.
Download the three "PDF" files to a directory on your local drive. You can then view and print the instructions with illustrations using the free Acrobat Reader software from Adobe (if you don't already have this installed, you can download it at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html).
These instructions and the accompanying pictures are copyright material, and all rights are reserved. They are made freely available to Meccano modellers on condition that they are not copied and distributed in any form for sale, whether or not the sale is for profit or merely 'at cost'. Nor may they be distributed in incomplete form. Printed copies may however be made freely for personal use.
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