Bachmann 2 6 0 ho,ho scale engines with sound,trainz f7 reskins - Try Out

A complex prototype expertly captured by Bachmann.  There is daylight where it should be and the valve gear looks spectacular.  Excellent stuff! Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Bill and Ben are tank engine twins who work for the Sodor China Clay Company, though they can usually be found at Brendam Docks or at Anopha Quarry. One day, Bill and Ben returned from shunting some trucks to find that some other trucks they had shunted earlier were missing. A few days later, after BoCo took the Express in James' absence, Edward recounted what Gordon had said about branch lines to the twins. In 1988, Thomas was sent to work on Edward's Branch Line while repairs were carried out on the bridge. After Thomas returned to the Yard, covered in dairy from a collision with a farm lorry, the two teased him even more about his new livery. When at last, the enthusiasts did arrive, a photographer with an "instant" camera began harassing Ben by continuously taking pictures of him, even after the remainder of the crowd went to watch Bill tug a boat into deeper waters.
The repairs to the bridge took a long time, and Thomas was still at Brendam when the rainy season came. Later, BoCo could not handle the twins as much as he used to, so Sir Topham Hatt had to bring in another diesel, Derek. When Salty was sent to work with the twins and Mavis with an important job, he impressed the twins with his skills for handling the trucks. In the seventeen season, they teased Percy after he had an accident with a mail bag, unaware the pumpkins on their train were falling onto the tracks, which caused more problems for Percy.
After racing Connor several times (by racing, one would start the race and the other twin would be waiting at the finish) Sir Topham Hatt figured out their tricks. Thomas was sent to work with the twins at the Clay Pits while a bridge on his branch line was being repaired. Bill and Ben are Sodor's mischievous saddle tank engine twins, who have great fun in teasing the other engines of the railway. Bill and Ben are based on the Bagnall 0-4-0STs "Alfred" and "Judy" of Par, Cornwall, who are both preserved and in working order at the Bodmin and Wenford Railway. According to the foreword of Thomas and the Twins, Alfred and Judy are both Bill and Ben's twins. Bill and Ben both have brown nameplates with yellow writing, "SCC" written on both sides in yellow and "Brendam Bay" on the front of their saddle tanks.
Bill and Ben also appeared in the magazine stories, Bill and BoCo, Bulgy's Bridge, Diesels with Measles!, Engine Plates, New Paint, Nice Neville, On Inspection, Railway Open Day, Rock and Roll, Snake Mistake, So Much to See, Special Treats, and The Trainspotters.
A behind the scenes picture of Bill's model reveals that he and Ben were to have numbers on their smokeboxes above their faces, as they did in the Railway Series.
In the television series, Bill and Ben are twice the size of their basis'; Alfred and Judy. Ben's whistle sound is Thomas' in a higher pitch, and Bill's is the same in an even higher pitch. During the episode, 'No Help at All,' Bill and Ben's renders change from their Season 17-18 renders during the first half of the episode to their new Season 19 renders towards the end of the episode. In an interview with SiF , Andrew Brenner stated that Bill and Ben were two of his favourite characters, along with James and Toby. Entering service with the London, Midland & Scottish Railway, construction continued under British Railways after Nationalisation in 1948. Michele Bachmann made her official presidential announcement at the first New Hampshire Republican presidential debate Monday night on CNN. House Tea Party Caucus praised conservative Iowa voters for ousting three justices involved in the unanimous Iowa Supreme Court ruling that brought marriage equality.


Enjoy the show, but let's make sure homophobes like her never get ANYWHERE NEAR the WH! Their drivers, after examining a puddle of oil on the ground, concluded a diesel was responsible. The next morning, after Gordon ended up at Brendam after a series of events involving poor preparations and a large floppy green hat, the twins sneaked up beside him and loudly recounted what Gordon had said about branch lines.
When Edward brought them to Brendam, the twins took them to the China Clay Workings in a brakevan special. The twins were quick to tease him about his colour, but Edward was savvy enough to send the twins away before an argument broke out.
This continued until Edward announced a party of enthusiasts were coming, and threatened that he would not bring them to see the twins. At last, the photographer prepared to take one final picture, just as Bill's driver arrived to ask for assistance.
At the "Drain", a hollow in the land where rainwater collected, the water even began to come near the rails, although no one took much notice. When Salty handled the trucks with songs and tales of the sea, Bill and Ben became jealous. After Sir Topham Hatt ordered one twin to act as a back engine, Bill reluctantly went to push from behind. So people would not confuse the two or think they were the same engine, Bill was repainted blue. They also teased Timothy for being an oil burning engine, but when the Clay Pits ran out of coal, Timothy went to pick up some more. So when they found out that the Fat Controller was looking for an engine to help at Brendam Docks, they volunteered Timothy.
In the Railway Series, they have number plates reading 1 and 2 respectively above both the back of their cabs and their faces.
In the episode from the same season, Bill or Ben?, the twins were painted dark blue with blue wheels, yellow lining and yellow lettering, but they returned to their normal livery soon afterwards. Light axle loadings allowed them to be used on branch line passenger and freight duties and their almost enclosed cabs made them ideal for working tender first when no turning facilities existed.
After learning so much from the first layout, a new 5' x 12' was made to improve on the first.
After the twins argued over who brought the "diseasel" into the yard, the drivers suggested they go looking for the diesel. The "diseasel" claimed the trucks were his and ordered Bill to "go away"; Bill pretended to be frightened and slunk away, remarking, "You'll be sorry".
Concluding that the engine beside them could not be Gordon, the two declared he was nothing more than a pile of old scrap-iron, and began to contemplate what they should do (Bill was all for sending Gordon to be scrapped, while Ben favoured the more humane option of dumping him in the sea), all the while ignoring Gordon's protests, until at last, BoCo arrived. The twins, excited, decided instead to worry about their own paint - for example, how clean it was - although one day, when the drivers remarked that "the enthusiasts would not eat their dinner off them", Bill quipped that "They might if we were Thomas". Ben's driver turned on the steam just as the photographer took the picture; disgusted with the poor quality of the shot, he abandoned it on the floor and left. One particularly wet day, as Ben returned from the Workings, the wind whipped the rainwater into a wave which swamped Ben, dousing his fire. But Bill and Ben were accidentally sent down the same track and they ended up buffer-to-buffer. Ben ended up derailing near an embankment, and Percy, although he was nervous because he had lost his new lucky charm, helped Bill pull Ben back onto the tracks. I also started to become interested in detailing and weathering of both the trains and structures.
The twins were horrified at the possibility that the "diseasel" might magic them away like he did with the trucks, but their drivers quickly persuaded them otherwise, and so they set off.


With that, Ben ran up and accused the "diseasel" of being a "truck stealer", before running back so Bill could run up again.
Gordon begged him to save him, and so BoCo threatened the twins to leave with the trucks he had brought. Fergus pushed them out of the way, but the twins returned the favour when they helped him out of the rocks. Thomas began pulling them, but did not realise that Timothy was on the other end, jerking the little oil-burning engine backwards. However, they later sent Timothy on what the Fat Controller referred to as a "fool's errand" to search for a rainbow-coloured truck. Luckily, once Timothy was no longer required at the docks, he came back to the Clay Pits to help them clear up the mess.
The introduction of diesel multiple units and branch line closures resulted in the class being withdrawn between 1961 and 1967, a year before the end of steam on British Railways. On the right, I added yet another industry - the Agro Grain siding will accommodate two railcars. This continued until the "diseasel", under the impression that there was only one very swift and annoying saddletank, became so giddy that his eyes "nearly popped out", just as the twins puffed up beside him. Timothy brought back a green truck with several colours of paint on it full of dockyard waste. They take trucks for engines on the main line and ships in the harbour and are regularly seen around Brendam Docks. The last corner includes an oil tank to complement the refinery.This occupied my time for a while, but I had to expand. When at last the water subsided four days later and Bill returned to Brendam, the two made a pact to never tease Thomas again.
Bill and Ben were sent to take it to Whiff's Waste Dump as a punishment, as well as being on waste duty.
When Edward arrived moments later, inquiring as to why Bill and Ben were not shunting, the twins angrily claimed that the "diseasel" had sneaked into their yard and stolen their trucks. They tend to work together, like most twins, but even this youthful pair can have their arguments among themselves and can squabble with one another. Bill and Ben sometimes find it dull up at the clay works and they wanted something exciting to happen.
The twins, embarrassed, apologised to the "diseasel", who asked to be called BoCo, and then left to shunt some more trucks, leaving Edward and BoCo to laugh about the incident. Luckily, Bill and Ben had taken all of the workmen and the foreman out of the quarry before the rockslide.
Later in the week, when Thomas asked if they were playing a trick on him by scaring him with fake footprints, Bill and Ben, offended, puffed away. The next morning at dawn, when Percy went to the clay pits to prove his bravery to James, Bill accused Ben of making puffing noises in his sleep, and when Thomas came looking for Percy, the twins assumed that they could literally hear what Timothy was dreaming.
Edward and BoCo are the only engines who can really keep them in order enough to put a stop to their games and make them scamper along and behave. When they went to work for the day, they were almost hit by a landslide, and after Marion found a fossil, Bill and Ben were both very intrigued by the concept of fossils.



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