A shabby sulzer for Stafford

1 Feb

It’s show time again and I am heading north to Stafford Showground this weekend. Always a great show no matter what side of the barrier you are, we are looking forward to it. 

I have been busy getting a few loose ends sorted in the rolling stock pool so have a couple of extra Sound chips now fitted and have completed the weathering of some more locos including my SLW class 24 / Sulzer type 2. This is now firmly  a shabby sulzer 🙂

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