I'll get around to fettling the bogies on the 'Fell' diesel at some point as it did stretch my sanity somewhat, though those who know me might question that anyway! As a bit of light relief, I decided to make a start on this 'Antique' Keyser kit which I've had kicking around for over 2 years now, bought in a daft moment on Ebay for a cheap price, so really I've not much to lose by having a crack at it. It's mostly white metal, with some brass fret for the chassis and nickel for the valve gear, comes with motor, gearbox (well, worm and drive cog anyway!) and a full set of wheels, all shrink wrapped onto 4 cards, so I'm pretty sure it's all 'present and correct'. plus there are transfers (which I won't use 'cos they're pre-nationalisation) and a nice set of number/nameplates for "Lord Nelson" and "Sir Francis Drake", so can't be bad. I posted pics of this kit many moons ago when I first bought it, but can't find the pics to repost now, so you'll have to use your imagination! I normally start with building the tender, so began with the bogies. The pinpoint axles were intended to just fit straight into the white metal casting, but I'm not keen on that idea, so drilled the axle holes deeper and fitted proper pinpoint Romford bearings (may as well do it properly!), glued in place with Superglue. Next, axles were fitted into the wheels to make the 4 sets (it's a 'Watercart' type tender, 8 wheels, 2 bogies), this was a bit tricky as you need to solder one bogie side to the centre, fit and hold the 2 pairs of wheels in position and solder the other bogie side on, all the while trying to keep it all in place and square. Oh what fun! Here they are fitted to the basic tender body.