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Clan Project Related
|Links related to the Clan Project
|Our Facebook Page
|David Hey's Collection
|The late David Hey created a magnificent web site of railway information. Of particular interest to us are the 3 pages related to the Class 7 Britannia locomotive. The various modifications to the Class 7 in service are detailed which are very useful to our project
|Steve Lucas was the artist who created the illustration of 72010 that you can see in the header of our web site and we are very grateful to him. Remember that this of a view of 72010 as it will be built and incorporates the modifications that were included in the (never built) Lot 242 Clans. If you are interested in Spitfires, then Steve has a e-book for sale on his web site which details everything about every single Spitfire type ever built, fully illustrated by him.
|Organisations and Suppliers that have worked with the Clan Project
|CTL Seal are a specialist engineering company based in North Sheffield. They are a strong supporter of the Clan Project and have been responsible for machining a number of components and for assembling the frames
|Links to other organisations restoring or operating steam locomotives
|71000 - Duke of Gloucester
|The website of the BR Class 8 Steam Locomotive Trust, custodians of Steam Locomotive number 71000 Duke of Gloucester - known by many as "The Duke".
|Sir Nigel Gresley
|The website of the Sir Nigel Gresley Locomotive Trust Ltd, a registered charity, dedicated to the preservation and continued operation of iconic A4 'Pacific' 4498 / 60007 Sir Nigel Gresley since 1966.
|The class 7 Britannias are very similar to the Clans. This web site has a lot of excellent, detailed photographs to help us work out where the components are fitted. With many thanks to Nigel Fraser Ker
New Build Steam
|Links to other new build steam organisations
|Building the new Gresley class P2 No. 2007 Prince of Wales
|As the builders of new main line steam locomotive No. 60163 Tornado, we have therefore decided to set ourselves a new challenge: to develop, build and operate an improved Gresley class P2 Mikado steam locomotive for main line and preserved railway use.
|The LMS Patriot Project
|Our project aims:
|The 82045 Steam Locomotive Trust
|The 82045 Steam Locomotive Trust is in the process of building the next member of the extinct Riddles BR 3MT 2-6-2 82000 tank class. Unlike many of the current new build projects, which are aiming to recreate larger main-line types, the new loco is intended specifically for heritage line use.
|61673 Spirit of Sandringham
|The B17 Steam Locomotive Trust is building an LNER Class B17 4-6-0 express passenger locomotive to be known as Spirit of Sandringham