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  1. Can anyone tell me if the book has any information about the Provender Stores (grain stores) which the Exmouth Concrete Works made? I am looking for info about these - which were also used in other Regions. I don't want to buy a copy then find it's not included. Thanks Thanks Graham. I will get myself a copy now.
  2. Can anyone tell me if the book has any information about the Provender Stores (grain stores) which the Exmouth Concrete Works made? I am looking for info about these - which were also used in other Regions. I don't want to buy a copy then find it's not included. Thanks
  3. Hi Meatloaf Yes, that's just what I did. I was aware of the wires and didn't pull too hard but one is now adrift. The correct screw look like they will be fun to replace too.
  4. Thanks Giz you were spot on. I had undone the 4 screws at the end of the bogies which I now see secured the black body metal to the chassis. I didn't see the other four! Lesson 1: work in a better light. Lesson 2: study the diagrams better. Next problem I have is that one of the black wires is detached from the head code light. I don't think I did that as I never got that far so don't know if it was designed like that ie with just 3 attached and one not connected, or should it have all 4 like the other end? It will be a pain to re-solder though.
  5. Hi. Can anyone tell me how to remove the body from a Bachmann Class 24/1 D5135. I checked Bromsgrove Models website ( http://www.bromsgrovemodels.co.uk/bachmann25dccinstr.htm ) - before buying a loco which tells me to undo 4 screws then just 'pop it off'. The Bachmann leaflet that came with the loco shows there are now 6 screws (an extra one at each end under the cab) and says once all six have been removed just turn it the right way up and lift the body off. I have tried this but it still wont come off. The chassis flexes at each end and in the middle and I am scared that I will break s
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