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This may be a long shot but I am looking for a drawing of the 600mm gauge Deutz Benzollok that was ubiqiuitous on the German Trench Railways. I have lots of good photos of several different locos. And also drawings of the Ruston Proctor loco that was based on a Deutz. The oil engine was originally developed by Herbert Ackroyd Stuart. Hornsby Ackroyd had developed the first paraffin fuelled oil engine tractor and locomotive by 1896. Deutz took the oil engine and developed a locomotive that was then copied by Ruston Proctor. 442 oil engine powered locomotives were supplied to the Russians during WW1.

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Hello Neilmoss,

you might already know this: www.diefeldbahnsinnigen.de ?

regards, Kieffer

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Niel
A big welcome to the Forum. As to your request "hens teeth" come to mind!!! However if you want I will get in touch with RCL if anyone will have something he will.

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Nice images of the Ruston Proctor here - saw a model railway at the Royal Gunpowder Mills, which used the Ruston's, and had models of these locomotives, don't know where they got them from though

http://www.oldengine.org/members/ruston/History3.htm

http://www.djr12ecg.demon.co.uk/ruston/

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.... I am currently building this loko in 1/32 scale. The most time consuming issue is the motor itself. What is it you want to know ?

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Hello All,

I didn't have any luck getting this web link to work;

www.diefeldbahnsinnigen.de

I am also looking to build a Deutz C XIV F benzollok in 1/35 scale. Any info on the Deutz would bb deeply appreciated.

Regards,
Mark Stonbraker

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Narrowmilitaryrail wrote:
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I didn't have any luck getting this web link to work;

www.diefeldbahnsinnigen.de
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It is just missing one character - try http://www.die-feldbahnsinnigen.de/



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Hi all,

sorry guys....I have to wear glasses..which I hate. Their always lying around somewhere, and looking after them is a bit of a problem..

regards, Kieffer

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Thanks guys for the help. It is mostly all new information. Do you have any drawings? As I am only modelling in 1/76 then the engine does not matter too much, but I am interested in the Cab. If I obtain sufficient information then I will most likely develop an 009 kit. My current projects include a Schneider LG1916, A Dick Kerr Petrol Electiric and lastly a Westinghouse PE. The latter is based on photos and some remains found in France in 2008.




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Nielmoss -

You may contact me offlinedirectly: <jmueller@htc.net>

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If anyone is interested in some good Deutz Cinfo info., contact me off list.

Regards,

Mark Stonbraker

stoney17111@yahoo.com



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Hello All,

Anyone interested in Deutz C information, contact me off list.

Regards,

M. Stonbraker

stoney17111@yahoo.com



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Tried contacting you off list and email bounced.

Intersted in drawings and/or photographs of WW1 vintage deutz or similar

Regards

Neil Moss

neilmoss at tinyworld dot co dot uk

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Neil, i'm very interested in the Dick Kerr and Westinghouse kits - when will they be available, and from whom? Also, are the remains of the Westinghouse on display anywhere?

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The Dick Kerr will be released this year. We have all the parts and I will be sending off the final artwork this week. The the instructions will be created whilst building the pre-production etches. We are also creating a casting for the radiator as my colleagues were concerned that the etched version, although very authentic, would be too difficult for most modellers.

Regards

Neil M



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Hello All,

It seems someone has also started a similar thread with some nice drawings of a Deutz Benzollok...

http://63528.activeboard.com/t42213044/ruston-proctor-narrow-gauge-loco-deutz-waltham-abbey-gun-pow/?page=1&r=454705

Regards,

Mark Stonbraker



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Hello All,

I have some great drawings of German Deutz, Montania and Oberursel Benzolokomotiven.

Enjoy,

Mark Stonbraker



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Corporal

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After a year my project to create an 009 (1/76) scale kit for the Deutz is nearing completion. The prototype is shown below.

Many thanks to those who provided me with drawings.

Neil Moss

009 Deutz Prototype

009 Deutz Prototype



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As to be expected,brilliant.



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Hello All,

Here is more info on the Deutz X CIV F...

http://gillbachbahn.de/wiki/index.php5?title=FWM_Lok_35#Technik_des_Fahrzeugs

 

Enjoy!

Mark

 

 



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Hello All,

 

There are a number of places offering a reprinted copy of the Deutz catalog...

http://bahnbuch.de/neuheiten-vorankuendigungen/neuerscheinungen-2015/deutzer-motor-lokomotiven.htm

Also, I found this drawing online.  It is similar to the other one I posted some years ago except it has a little more detail and lots of additional measurements.  

Enjoy,

Mark Stonbraker



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Hello All,

 

It's been sometime since I last posted.  I was able to locate some information on the Deutz Dreiachsige Lokomotiven used during WWI.  Here are some drawings and photos...

Enjoy!

Respectfully,

Mark Stonbraker



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