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  1. No, I mean searching for "BLA": https://paulbartlett.zenfolio.com/?q=bla Does not return that BLA photo you posted, amongst the photo search results.
  2. How prevalent were the BLAs in Railfreight livery? I can't find any pics on Paul's website. I assume they can be used with BBA, BAA and BDA?
  3. Could we have a sub forum dedicated solely to commissioned/limited edition products? It makes keeping an eye out for such products much easier than visiting every retailer sub forum. Each "thread" should only allow one post, being the opening post with details of the item. If people have questions they can ask in the retailers forum. This ensures the threads are ordered by product announcement, rather than constantly changing sorted on last message.
  4. Tell Bachmann this with their latest TEAs!
  5. I didn't buy any PGA wagons. Am I right these BBAs are going to be higher-detail than say Bachmann's BAAs because they're metal?
  6. Ask them if you can make a payment of £100 and receive 1p refund lol
  7. Yes, it is a double negative. Reworded: It only applies to claims exceeding £100 or below £30,000
  8. No I was just posting it generally
  9. Consumer Credit Act 1974.... 75.3.b says: "(b)so far as the claim relates to any single item to which the supplier has attached a cash price not exceeding [F2£100] or more than [F3£30,000] [F4, or]" It does not say £100 must have been paid, but a price has been attached. Also the act says you can claim costs back for any action you take against the debtor. Personally i'd threaten the credit card company with small claims court. A bank isn't going to attend small claims court for anything less than £500. I hope this helps someone,
  10. This isn't a complaint........ Metal chassis? As in, not plastic? As in, better detail?
  11. Completely agree with you. I sometimes take a step back, look at the models and think "is it really worth that much?"
  12. Anyone know why the Rails website mentions two BBA packs (of 3 wagons), but then only gives the running numbers for one pack and not the second?
  13. I am sure I did read somewhere, years ago, the Eastern entrance was built using cut & cover.
  14. The question is related to the KHF thread, but not entirely...... I have a photo of a tunnel (not at Luton Arches, but nearby and not the air ventilation shaft) and someone working at Amhurst said this tunnel was dug by the railway to remove spoil. I am trying to ascertain whether they did dig a second tunnel to construct Gillingham tunnel.
  15. Hi Mike, forgive me if i have missed something, but those minutes seem to discuss more about the original, discarded route under/near Fort Amhurst, rather than the existing route over Luton arches? Do minutes exist for the construction requirements after they chose the present day route?
  16. There is a tunnel immediately beyond Gillingham (Kent) station, towards Chatham/London. I'd like to find information how this tunnel was constructed. Given the keywords involved "Gillingham" + "tunnel" I get a lot of spurious results from Google, particularly related to nearby road tunnels and other chaff. Is there a better way of finding how this tunnel was constructed? Plans/diagrams etc? The line was opened 1858 so I believe the tunnel was dug shortly before. Any suggestions would be welcome. Any persons who are intimately-acquainted with this particular tunnel, please send me a private message. Thanks in advance,
  17. Thanks! Too late for Railfreight livery then?
  18. I saw earlier about the Colin Craig etched wheel discs, but what other "upgrades" are there for these wagons? Does anyone produce any brass oval/rectangular sprung buffers?
  19. Cheers for the reply. Is that 900064 the second-from-last photo, bottom wagon in the photo?
  20. Found a couple more, so removed them from the initial list.
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