My NMRA-BR spec module 'Wolter Springs'

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Re: My NMRA-BR spec module 'Wolter Springs'

Post by torikoos » Fri Sep 20, 2013 8:10 pm

Last checks done, and felt pads applied to module legs.
Wolter Springs was loaded in the car tonight ready for it's first public outing at the Western Union September meet on Saturday the 21st.

Fingers crossed all goes well :-)

Koos


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Re: My NMRA-BR spec module 'Wolter Springs'

Post by torikoos » Sat Sep 21, 2013 8:29 pm

I've returned tonight from an enjoyable day at the Western Union meet in Plymouth.
It was the first outing of my module Wolter Springs, and a bit of a shake down for it. There were a few minor technical glitches but largely okay.


Below a few pictures.

thanks, Koos

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Western Union 21 sept 2013 by K2K Koos, on Flickr

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Western Union 21 sept 2013 by K2K Koos, on Flickr

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Western Union 21 sept 2013 by K2K Koos, on Flickr
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Re: My NMRA-BR spec module 'Wolter Springs'

Post by BrianMoore » Sat Sep 21, 2013 11:14 pm

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SP MoW train at Wolter Springs by bxmoore, on Flickr
Great to see your module in action, Koos. Here's a snap of the SP MoW train we ran up the branch, and reversed at Wolter Springs.
Brian Moore

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