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Messages from Charlotte

As Administrator of the site, this section is for me to post messages to you all.

cartertompaul17
May 28

Long story short I inherited a partially built 5" Boxhill Terrier chassis and the castings, according to Martin Evans plan it should have axle lubrication but it has been built without any? See enc
Charlotte Appleton
Sep 11, 2017

Hi Guys, I left out a couple of things from the tutorial video.Click below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX18CyRobYM If you want to add photos and videos to your forum posts you can do by cli
Charlotte Appleton
Sep 8, 2017

Hi everyone, just a quick update about our website reach since launching (16th August 2017). People from 861 cities spread over 48 countries have visited this website as of today. English US and Engl
Jed Pusczykowski
Oct 13, 2017

Charlotte, I have noticed that your father uses a lot of steam powered boiler feed pumps. I have recently completed a stuart model feed pump with semi-success. Has your father ever built one from Stua
KM6VV Marconett
Sep 8, 2017

On all of the forums I've enjoyed in the past, there was a way to list the 'New' messages. After they are read, they are no longer 'new'. Does this forum have that feature?
Charlotte Appleton
Aug 23, 2017

Due to recent user emails describing problems with the forum's colour scheme, I have changed it to good old black and white. Some users (it seems to be Windows and Internet Explorer users) were viewin