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    : Gtr Manchester
  • Interests
    Bury Bolton St Station 1959, EMGS, Copper clad turnouts
    also working on Stubbins in "slightly" modified N gauge

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  1. I do not know about coach overlays but I have photos attched to mount board that are 30 years+ old.
  2. About a year ago I reported on here that Silhouette were no longer supporting Win10 for earlier models, lovely. Edit: I use a Win7 laptop as a work around.
  3. Is it just me? I have never filled gaps in pointwork or track in EM, makes a lovely clickety clack as the trains pass. Layout built in the mid year months, lives in a garage and been there for over 10 years with no issues.
  4. Just a little tweak needed of the alignment between the curved switch rail and the common crossing. Love it though.
  5. Cannot be harder than these surely https://www.britishfinescale.com/category-s/1841.htm
  6. I have forwarded to a Board member, he has forwarded the link on. Hope you get contact soon.
  7. I have a portrait, so not sure how it relates: Blade 10, SP1, Force 33, 2 passes; for 10thou plasticard
  8. Sorry, there are gaps to the rails around the crossing to enable polarity switching.
  9. There are pins in the moulding that locate into holes in the sleepers (if they are the same as in n gauge)
  10. @AY Mod thanks for fixing this. (couldn't work out how to create a mention)
  11. Being discussed here, often worse than your experience.
  12. Not about aesthetic reasons for these people; note the price is only for two matched valves! Have a look at the amplifiers, no prices listed. https://audiocounsel.co.uk/product/audio-note-4242e-valves-pair/
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