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  1. I would assume 1:160 being swiss. I'll need to go back and check that I think. Chap in the Swiss Railways forum section on this website replied to me.
  2. Hi, I've found out that the sleeper spacing is approximately 3.75mm in N scale. How do I set this up for plain track in templot? I've looked at the timbering data but not sure what to input here. Any further help would be greatly appreciated. Best regards, Jeremy
  3. Evening all, I subscribe to the excellent French YouTube channel called “Aiguillages”. It has loads of great content with their latest entry being of a new model railway shop for N gauge modellers based in Yverdon les Bains. It’s a husband and wife team, both work for the CFF with the shop being run in between their shift patterns, and it has predominantly Swiss items. There’s also some 3D stuff under development and also some nice rhb stuff which you probably can’t get anywhere else. Worth a look. https://www.lavitrinedun.ch/ Best regards, Jeremy
  4. Count me in for one of these when you have the final version ready!!!! Awesome!!! Best regards, Jeremy
  5. Evening all, I’m about to start designing a small Swiss layout on templot and was wondering if anyone knew the prototypical sleeper spacing for Swiss SBB standard gauge track. The layout will eventually be built in N gauge with hand made track but really want the sleeper spacing to look as close as possible. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Beat regards, Jeremy
  6. That’s an impressive fiddle yard! Best regards, Jeremy
  7. Thanks Jim! So that would make it around 3.9mm spacing if I were to go with the continental 1/160 then.
  8. Afternoon all, I was wondering if anyone could help please. I'm going to have a bash at hand building some track for a small SBB swiss layout using Templot and I was wondering if anyone knew what the prototypical spacing was for the sleepers. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Many thanks in advance. Best regards, Jeremy
  9. Looks great Simon. Have a great show! Best regards, Jeremy
  10. Morning all, I was just wondering if anyone could help me please with setting up correct sleeper spacing for swiss SBB practice in N scale on Templot. There is the FS160 setting for french practice (I think) but I wasn't sure if the sleeper spacing on that setting would be correct for swiss practice. I've done some research but can't find anything although there is one chap that has set it up for 1:87 3.5mm/ft. Hope some one can help. Many thanks in advance. Best regards, Jeremy
  11. Ahhhh, should have cropped the Azuma class 800 out. We only need to see the 90! Best regards, Jeremy
  12. Morning all! Not really Kernow today but a bit of nostalgic "Kernow yesterday". I stumbled across these fabulous videos this week and thought I would share. So pop the kettle on, make yourselves a cup of tea, and soak up the nostalgia. Class 37's and 50's galore! None of that Hitachi nonsense! (and not a 66 in sight!) Best regards, Jeremy
  13. Morning chaps! Excellent announcemennt and very exciting. I'll be ordering a set or two. Also, they would look great with a MK3 rake and my Intercity liveried HST DVT. For those of you who are talking about alternative rakes. Here is a selection of videos of them on test in and around Grantham. Incidentally, this guys channel is well worth watching as he has loads of videos of the ECML in and around Grantham mid 80's onwards. Good luck with the project! Best regards, Jeremy
  14. Blimey Simon, you are all over this weathering lark at the moment! Wagons and locos looking awesome and really fitting into the landscape well. Hope to see the layout in the flesh sometime soon. Best regards, Jeremy
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