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Irish Narrow Gauge

 

        3D printed Irish 5ft 3in Broad Gauge

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County Donegal Railway Ford railcar nos 2 and 3

Ford chassis with body built by C.H.Roe of Crossgates (Leeds). Operated 1924-1926 when road bus competition saw them sold to County Donegal Railways.
They were modified by County Donegal(body lowered), to fit 3ft gauge, but were not uccessful and were scrapped in the mid 30s. 

Colonel Stephens wanted to buy them, but was outbid by the County Donegal. 

Requires chassis, and finishing etc.

County Donegal Railway(ex Dublin and Blessington Tramway) railcar no 3

The Dublin and Blessington Tramway ran from 1888 till 1932, mainly using steam engines but started to use internal combustion in its final years. This railcar was supplied by Drewry, and on closure was bought by the County Donegal Railway and converted from 5ft 3in gauge to 3ft gauge, and continued in use until the line closed, having been converted to a trailer coach in the 1940s. It has been preserved in this final condition. 

Requires finishing off, wheels and mechanism etc. 
Cavan and Leitrim Railway composite coach

Built for opening of the Cavan and Leitrim Railway in Ireland. Various modifications done over the years. 
This is with some modifications. 

Some survived into 1950s.

Requires finishing off, wheels etc
Cavan and Leitrim Railway composite coach

Built for opening of the Cavan and Leitrim Railway in Ireland. Various modifications done over the years. 
This is with some modifications. 

Some survived into 1950s.

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

Balcony ends required
Cavan and Leitrim Railway Brake conversion coach (ex composite)

Composite built for opening of the Cavan and Leitrim Railway in Ireland. Various modifications done over the years. 

The CIE modified 2 of the composite coaches into brakes and in this condition survived up to when line closed.
This is with some modifications such as plating over some paneling.
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Requires finishing off, wheels etc

Cavan and Leitrim Railway Brake conversion coach (ex composite)

Composite built for opening of the Cavan and Leitrim Railway in Ireland. Various modifications done over the years. 

The CIE modified 2 of the composite coaches into brakes and in this condition survived up to when line closed.
This is with some modifications such as plating over some paneling.
.

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

Balcony ends required
Cavan and Leitrim Railway All 3rd coach

Built for opening of the Cavan and Leitrim Railway in Ireland. Various modifications done over the years. 
This is with some modifications. 

Some survived into 1950s.

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

Cavan and Leitrim Railway All 3rd coach

Built for opening of the Cavan and Leitrim Railway in Ireland. Various modifications done over the years. 
This is with some modifications. 

Some survived into 1950s.

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

Balcony ends required
Balcony railing ends for CLR bogie coaches
Cavan and Leitrim Railway 4 wheel passenger brake van

Version without birdcage roof extension. 

Built for opening of the Cavan and Leitrim Railway in Ireland, as bogie coaches had no provision for guards. Various modifications done over the years. 

Originally fitted with birdcage roof, which was removed prior to WW1. Other modifications done over the years, finally sides being covered with sheet aluminum during 1950s. 





Requires finishing off, wheels etc
Cavan and Leitrim Railway 4 wheel passenger brake van

Version without birdcage roof extension. 

Built for opening of the Cavan and Leitrim Railway in Ireland, as bogie coaches had no provision for guards. Various modifications done over the years. 

Originally fitted with birdcage roof, which was removed prior to WW1. Other modifications done over the years, finally sides being covered with sheet aluminum during 1950s. 





Requires finishing off, wheels etc

Requires balcony end railings

Pictures are just for reference, not of specific scaled model. 

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All 3D printed designs by Simon Dawson (Rue d'Étropal) , currently produced to order by Shapeways. Just follow links to Shapeways pages.

 

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