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  1. The EM track looks very good, will have to have sum Duncan
  2. thank you David for your complimentary remarks on the tracks appearance. Yes I know about the signal box not being upright but it was just dumped there to fill what looked like a large gap. Duncan
  3. I have worked to 18.2mm EM gauge, 0.8mm flangeway gap with a B2B of 17mm and Alan Gibson wheels. EM wheels on steam locos and P4 on all rolling stock with no suspension!! You can see a big difference between a 1.0mm flangeway and a 0.8mm one it smaller than the top of rail. Duncan
  4. Hi i hope this helps this good photo. SR Duncan
  5. The e-mail for Youchoos DCC is www.youchoos.co.uk ihope this helps. Yours Duncan
  6. Hi - I am coming over from Spain to attend the exhibition and will hopefully be buying quite a few items. I am wondering about security and whether I would be allowed to bring in a medium sized rucksack. Obviously I am quite happy for security to search it. Any advice or comments would be appreciated. Duncan
  7. Seeing your photos brought back many happy memories for my wife and I. We travelled by train around Germany in 2016 and stayed in the same hotel. We had a suite in the annex and had a good view of the station and trains. By the way they "steam" all night. The photo show the doors to the bathroom and separate toilet - the like of which I don't think you will find anywhere else in the world. The photo of the engine was taken at the top of Brocken - a truly wonderful trip and highly recommended to any steam enthusiast. [ Yours Duncan
  8. Merry Christmas & a Happy and Peaceful New Year to you Duncan
  9. Hi Ron, That is go to be a lot of hand made trackwork which is looking good!!! Yours Duncan
  10. Hi, Chris's website is now working for me which is good news. Duncan
  11. I hope this helps with your good photos, a spin of 90° . Duncan
  12. As I have just submitted some photos that do not contain much railway action but represent the miles of country between the main stations here is a view across the railway cutting and farmers field to the blacksmith's forge. The farmer needs to get some cattle in for the long grass or he may be leaving it for a second crop of hay as it has been a good summer in model railway land. Duncan
  13. Thanks Richard for the nice remarks about the water. Your computer was obviously having one of its moments! The water was created with many coats of clear varnish which was stipled into ridges whilst it was drying. This method has been described on the Forum before. Duncan
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