We would like to highlight that this turntable can also be used with at least the following scales :-
O Gauge, LGB, 16mm and Gauge 1.
Please also note that in 16mm, only a very small number of loco's will not fit, most will.
Measure the distance between first and last axle, NOT over buffer beams!!
PLEASE SEE THE INSTRUCTIONS TAB AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE FOR PDF DOWNLOADABLE & PRINTABLE INSTRUCTIONS
Railway infrastructure has a look all of its own, but some railway
objects transcend beyond the norm, like a beautiful traditional country
station or signal box. A turntable is one of those iconic railway
features that needs no explaining and is a fascinating point of interest
We believe our SWIFT SIXTEEN turntable is a 16mm
first. Although compact in size it carries an amazing level of detail,
like full rustic bricks, stone slab edging, table rail with chairs,
This turntable is built to last. It is a thick
one piece pit casting with thickly cast one piece table. The table is
supported in each corner via Binnie nylon wheels running in stainless
steel axles with brass bushes. The central pivot has a huge 25mm bore.
The resin is fully weather proof and would give many years of service if
Although made with 16mm at the heart of its design, other scales will also work with this table, like:-
Please remember to check your locomotives will fit on this table. Measure the distance between the front and rear axle centres, NOT
the length over buffers! Huge engines like the Roundhouse Leek &
Manifold and Accucraft NGG16 will not fit, but the Roundhouse Alco will,
Sizes for this turntable:-
Maximum external pit diameter 335mm
Maximum internal pit diameter 278mm
Pit wall depth 45mm
Overall pit casting 60mm
MAXIMUM table length 275mm
We thought it would be useful to potential purchasers of this
Turntable if we made a list of all the engines we know of will fit.
PLEASE NOTE, THIS IS AN ONGOING LIST.
If you have one of our Turntables, or have used one to turn your model, please feel free to tell us if it is not below and we will add it to our ever growing list.
Darjeeling 'B' class,
The Old Colonial,
Linda (non tender),
Blanche (non tender),
Charles (no wagon),