OK, thanksfor the response.
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- Thu Oct 26, 2017 5:37 pm
- Forum: Competitions & Challenges
- Topic: Winter 2016 Challenge - Jim Botten - Breakheart Trestle
- Replies: 28
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Hi Jim, Good to see your still progressing, or it would be if the photos were there! Even all your earlier shots seems to have just been replaced by script that takes you to flicka but not the actual shot. Anyways keep up the good work. Kind regards Dean Not on my computer, all images there..
- Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:37 am
- Forum: Narrow Gauge SIG
- Topic: Dual-Gauge operations
- Replies: 4
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The track on the turntable would have to be 4 track, i.e., the narrow gauge in the centre of the broader track. It has to be like that to keep the turntable properly balanced. The narrow gauge track would have to be diverted from one side of the broader track to the centre of the broader track on th...
- Thu Oct 27, 2016 2:22 pm
- Forum: Loco & Rolling Stock
- Topic: DJH USRA Light Mikado - which Romford wheels fit?
- Replies: 2
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You could also ask Paul Doggett.
- Mon Aug 29, 2016 6:46 pm
- Forum: General modelling topics
- Topic: Civil War Layouts
- Replies: 5
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Hi, the only other locos I can think of would be the Rivarossi 4-4-0's, also available under other manufacturers labels. I think that the Roundhouse locos are to late for your period. John (toad) Spratley used to specialize in 19th century locos, don't know if anyone could provide any contact detail...
Hi, looking on Google Maps under 'accomodation in Derby', it indicates a budget hotel, the Portland Hotel, near to the convention venue. Again looking on Google maps under 'hotels and b&b's in Derby', it indicates 2 b&b's, Braemar Guest House and The Maryland B&B, just down the road from the convent...