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Wheel Set Overhaul for D1013

In order to understand the likely costs for overhauling the wheel sets, a meeting is scheduled to take place at Kidderminster TMD on Saturday, 20 August with South Devon Railway Engineering.

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D1013 Bogie Costings Submitted

A specialist contractor has now provided costings to undertake the bulk of the overhaul for the bogie sets, (in addition to costings already obtained for re-tyring). Including re-tyring, wheelset overhaul and manufacture of new springs, the estimated costs are £325k per bogie, so a total project value of £650k, including contingencies.

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D1013 Retyre Quotation Updated

Updated quotation received from the South Devon Railway for the re-tyre of D1013.

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Site Meeting held at Kidderminster TMD

A useful meeting was held with one of our potential contractors held at Kidderminster TMD on Thursday, 3rd March 2022. The opportunity was taken to inspect the bogies on D1015 whilst on the pit, including the DTG’s spare bogie. The contractor is confident that costings for our project can be provided at the end of […]

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Discussions held with second potential contractor

A good meeting was held in Staffordshire with a new potential contractor on Tuesday, 11th January 2022. A further meeting will be held at Kidderminster TMD, after which a quotation for the project should be received in Spring 2022.

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First exploratory site meeting with potential contractor takes place at Kidderminster TMD on Thursday, 23 September 2021 – guide prices to follow….

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Interest registered from two major potential suppliers!

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New D1013 Bogie Appeal Web Site Launched

The WLA launches its new web site dedicated for D1013’s bogie appeal at https://d1013bogieappeal.uk/

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Project Requirements second draft

Second draft of “Project Requirements Document” produced.

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WLA goes Carbon Neutral!

The WLA aims to be “carbon neutral” by purchasing at least 62 trees per year to help off-set an estimated 15 tonnes of carbon each year. Additional trees can be added at a cost of £6.00 each by CLICKING HERE. https://treesforlife.org.uk/groves/315992/