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Old 12-01-2011, 06:11:50 AM
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Default Christmas present, Antique original German Bing Steamtrain

Yesterday evening we dit a long drive up to the North of Holland.
We went there for an special purchase of an antique German toy stream train to give ours selfs already as a little Christmas present.

The older coople that owned the old train took it from the garret.
The woman told us that is was a gift from there father and must have been there already somewhere before WW II.

The Train is having the ignitiales.

D.R.G.M.
A German company that worked under the company flag of Bing.

And on the front in the red letters are writen.
G. B. and N

Gebruder Bing of Nuremberg !.

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Old 12-01-2011, 06:26:05 AM
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Default Re: Christmas present, Antique original German Bing Steamtrain

These steamtrains where in Holland difficult to find in the past and mostly very high in value.

But times always have other times.

Like some economical things.
There is some antiques already laying under value at the moment.

Another thing is that there is an another generation coming up.
We can see for a while that a large number of the new generation not so much is having intrest in antiques like the kids from 10, 20 until 30 years ago when there was not so much mobile phones, internet/games and very big new tractors.

So there are at the moment treasuries to find.

Watch very good arround you and sure you will find them also.


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Hi, Nice find! Have you fired it yet? I have a bunch of electric trains but no steam. Have fun & Merry Christmas to all.
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Old 12-01-2011, 01:55:32 PM
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Default Re: Christmas present, Antique original German Bing Steamtrain

Rex thanks,

I dit not have run yet because it is missing something little inside to fire it up.
Some kind of little draw to put the asbit coals in.

Enclosing some more pictures.

In picture 2 i have turn it over to have a look under the locomotive.

Does enybody know how this little fire draw looks what belonged there.

I have much more info about this subject so i want to ask the viewers keep on watching here.

I donít know if it is going to run before Christmas.
But sure we are going to place it in front of the Christmas tree.
We have already houses, church, postoffice, lighthouse to place it arround it.
Going to have little America with Christmas in our house and overhere on this chanel.

More to come and happy, merry, Christmas to you also Rex.
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Default Re: Christmas present, Antique original German Bing Steamtrain

beautiful!

Does the "garret" where they recovered it from, mean the trash bin?

Thanks for the pictures.
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Old 12-02-2011, 08:30:01 AM
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Thanks Kevin,
Wel maby they thought it was there trash bin.
Woult be a treasure trash bin.


Ok for a long time i was searching for such a train.
First wondering how dus a standard old train looks.
Dus it have one locomotive and an hole bunch of wagons behind it.
How much wagons.

I have found a very nice original American movie/musical called The Harvey Girls. with Judy Garland

Wel it is a little dusty and old but it shows very good how a standard locomotive looks.

On the front the Locomtive.
Then the coalwagon
And follow by 3 wagons
Two of them to carry persons.
And one for carry animals or cargo like post etc.

Show you this short video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y5F-7r6Iy4


Looking at that then our Steam train looks compleet.




The next video shows the history of the Toytrain manufacture from the History Chanel.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftTZKdKU9vg




About the very old pictures

On the first picture you can see one of the most early castiron toy trains.

You can see on the second old picture that these very special trains where not only made for children but also for adults and already way long before WWII.




And we all have something child in us no matter how old you are.

You are never to old for this stuff !!.
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There is an auction close to me that specializes in toy trains. They don't have steam items very often but this came up and I just had to have it. It is on display in my model room but I most likey will never run it. I belive it is Bing. Ron
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Default Re: Christmas present, Antique original German Bing Steamtrain

Ronald E,

I am super happy that you have post that picture.

I think you are right because i can see in the front the letters G.B.N of the Bing factory.

I can see the fire box system.
So i went searching on the internet again an i have yust found what i am missing on the one of us.

The one of yours is having the Esbit little fire block system with a coople more little wheels in the front.

While the one of us is having another system with fuel and a fueltank.

There must be an adres where i can find such a fuel tank with burner.

Thanks Chris
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Here is an another fueltank model.

This one looks older and coult be made before WWII.

The pin on top off the tank is also more placed in the middle like it belonged in the one of us.
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Ok here are the first views of the Christmastown Little America.

We have made the rail bigger and layed it arround the tree.

On picture 3 you can see the old tin T Fordís standing outside the church.
The reveran is waving to the first vizitors.

Picture 4 the old farm with an old Oil Pull laying outside in the snowfield.
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And some more.
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Picture 1 the Restaurant

Picture 2 3 and 4 the old Bing locomotive, Postoffice and the lighthouse
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Ok here are the last ones from today.

The plan is to make the train run before Christmas.
I have to make a new fire box self because the parts of the old bing train are almost not to find enymore.

Going to the hobby shop in the end of the week to have the parts that i need.

Hope i am going to make it, otherwise it is going to be next year.

If it is going to run i am going to start it outside because i am to scared to have fire inside the house.

I have some rail left to try it outside.

Keep you all up to date.
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Beautiful steam train you got!

I think you will find the correct burner burns alcohol spirits and not esbit.

Over here denatured alcohol is readily available in a hardware store.
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Thanks Gil,

You are right it needs to have a alcohol burner.

I have talked with many people that know a lot about a old Steam toy trains and also went with the bing to a coople of hobby shops.
Some told me they never have seen one before.
And lots of people where starring with huge eyes to it.

Also found out that if you have missing parts on an original bing train then they are almost not to find enymore.

So the next days we are going to try to make a burner self.
I not sure it is going to work but i am going to give it a try.

So this chapter is called : making a Bing Steam Locomotive burner.


What we are going to need is a piece of tin brass blade arround 8 by 8 feet/ 20 cm.

2 brass pipes.
One 1/4 inch and one 1/8 inch inside

And an sock of cotton what they used in the old Grandmother cookerange lights.

More to come.
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Worked another hour on the locomotive today.

Was forget to say yesterday that i have taken 1 mm thicknes for the tin brass plate.

Have taken measurments from the train to make the fuel tank.

The wick tubes must be made arround 26/27 mm high.

So i am going to make the fuel tank arround 23/24 high so the fuel can not role out of the tubes/burners.

Going to use the old workmate to help me.

Have cut out the brass parts and bend them in possition to make the tank model.
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New updates for today.


First picture.

You can see the burners placed on the mother fuel pipe.

Picture 2 the Air intake and fill plug for on top of the tank.

On picture 3 and 4 you can see the lathe working from me today to make the Air intake.


Tomorrow we are going to solder the parts in each others.

We also going to clean up the locomotive.
She will be going to become a real beauty.
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Ok some very huge updates today


And here is she is Rata tata : the new and missing burner for the Bing Locomotive !.

We had to silver solder it because this burner coult become very hot in and under that locomotive.
The silver solder i dit not do self but went to a specialist.
The front work i have done self.

The friend of mine that have done the silver solder told me that i have to cook and boil it to take the dirt and sand from the solder work out as you can see on picture 3 and 4.

More to come.
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More new updates today


The locomotive had some heavy demage on the front section.

We made an new front hup for the left side as you can see on picture 1 and 2

We also made 2 wheels for for the back side of the coal tender because it was missing them.

Went for searching on the internet but only found a coople for 50 bucks each.
So we dit not buy them and made a coople with my friend.
They are not original Bing because they have round holes in it but its almost not see when its on the rail.


Wil paint only the little/smal flat front part between the hups of the train tonight with the new hup to take the demage away and clean the train with a little polish to the dirty chrome parts.
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Ladies and Gentlemen we have lift off !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!

Live on Smokstak the first start of the Clemens Brothers German Bing Train.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlVmf...ature=youtu.be


And watch the pictures isnt she handsome/pretty/nice/ beautiful etc.

Ok what is next

With Christmas we are going to lay the rail in a circle and watch this on the stak.

Have found out this is no childertoy stuff but more made for adults.
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