Thinking caps on again please. Spotted on the same stand I bought my tube train from, who made this rather nice lever frame complete with interlocking?
Bassett-Lowke was the only suggestion the stallholder could come up with, and that was a best guess. The loco behind is certainly from that famous stable.
I had a quick play and the level action is lovely and smooth - testament to quality construction. Interlocking works perfectly too.
Did anyone produce something that would need to be bespoke? Could you buy the levers and set up your own interlocking? Would many people nowadays know how to do this?
Lack of cash and a rare flash of sensibleness stopped me adding this to the collection. I'd certainly have enjoyed playing with it for a few minutes, but what next? Unless your layout conforms to the same plan the interlocking would need re-building completely, which would be a shame.
A fascinating item though, I wonder if it sold?