Greetings, Like Baggo, I am confident that this is not a Martin Evans design. I am curious why you think it is, I know that martin produced several private, or unpublished designs, so it might possibly be one of those, but I doubt it. Also, I do not think it is a Neville Evans design., and I think the current ME editor (also Martin Evans) has not yet produced a published loco design. Might it be a name for a particular loco to one of Martins design, say a Simplex? Regards Brian
The opportunity to acquire an almost complete rolling chassis arose so I took it, mainly because of the appeal of the model and also that it was something I could manage the weight wise. Size is approx 18 inches long
Apologies delay in reply,but pictures will follow - still trying to get the hang of how to do it.
Very pleaseant surprise today in the mail.
A member spent some time researching this loco and in so doing discovered the original construction notes and drawings by Henry Greenly which were published in The Model Engineer and Practical Electrician on October 13th 1932.
I am more than grateful to this member for his interest and helpfulness.