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  1. Tesco should get their area manager down to the bridge site each day to ensure the Network Rail crew are well stocked up with sausage rolls and doughnuts. A few quid spent would do wonders for company PR.
  2. She is still anchored just off Port Said. Probably undergoing underwater inspections. https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/home/shipid:5630138/zoom:9
  3. Hi, a couple of quick questions. - When using the points in "cut down mode", what is the track centre line spacing in mm? Are the blades sprung and do they remain in place when "switched"? Thanks.
  4. For anyone thats interested, Heljan have responded to an email and said the Redland version "will probably have wasp stripes".
  5. I like the CCT. Might "need" one of those at some point.
  6. Excellent news, I was considering the Tower Models kit, but this might be a better option. Does anyoine know the proposed release dates for the O gauge version, or if the Redland Khaki version has wasp stripes?
  7. https://www.railpictures.net/showimage.php?id=615031&key=9711762 https://www.railpictures.net/showimage.php?id=624940&key=9711762
  8. Indeed, that is a good choice. There is a good kit market for this scale but limited ready to run options. If you were entering this market, it would seem prudent to operate at a scale with limited competition. Hence why I suggested G1. 10 years ago, RTR O gauge at an "economical" price was unheard of. There is no reason why G1 couldnt progress the same way, apart from space constraints of layouts, hence why small sized prototypes would need to be chosen. Your choice of 7mm NG helps immensely with the space problems though.
  9. Shame they dont know the difference between carriages and wagons.
  10. Toy or model, at 11 years old any liability from Dapol has long since passed. However, from an engineering point of view, I expect they would want to investigate to ensure there are no manufacturing issues that could affect future models, or to enable an improvement in processes and materials.
  11. RNAD Dean Hill had a comprehensive narrow gauge railway as well as a standard gauge interchange.
  12. Love the livery that Aberdeen, Carolina and Western Railway uses.
  13. Indeed. He even made me a storage unit to go in the back of the 4x4.
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