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  1. Layouts - https://www.world-of-railways.co.uk/information/the-london-festival-of-railway-modelling-layout Traders - https://www.world-of-railways.co.uk/information/the-london-festival-of-railway-modelling-exhibitors
  2. It happens when an earlier blog/gallery/calendar entry is edited and re-posted so it's nothing to worry about. If it appears at the bottom of an Activity page such as View New Content it can cause subsequent posts to be from the earlier date (a software bug) and normally ceases to be a problem when you re-run whichever activity feed and it's not at the bottom of the page.
  3. It's only products released in 2019 that qualify. Nominations for other categories such as Innovations or Customer Service were open in December and closed before the actual poll.
  4. That statement is very naive and any response would take a lot of work to be informative. In lieu of that I would suggest you head off and research it for yourself.
  5. The identified issue only relates to Boxhill. The other items are awaiting final inspection/approval before shipping so dates will depend upon the outcome of those checks. I'm sure Oliver will keep us updated.
  6. If it's the Pocketmags digital subscription unfortunately we do not have the subscriber details to be able to issue a subscriber number so that discounts can be applied.
  7. Now moved; someone from Yorkshire will be along soon to say why their coal was better. I'd say, generally, that there was a greater amount of coal on the east of the hills and greater consumption on the west.
  8. Really Useful stuff comes in really useful here. The A4-ish drawer tower works for me for paints, roughly 70 pots per drawer - https://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/really-useful-clear-desktop-storage-tower-4-drawers/644865-1000 I can't be bothered with individual holes for individual tools, a regular supply of baked bean and soup cans keeps pace with tool acquisitions. The big 11-drawer tower does for tools (roughly sorted into random what was I doing last contents). http://www.reallyusefulproducts.co.uk/uk/html/onlineshop/rub/tTower11x4lDraw.php
  9. He tells me I'm the only one who breaks stuff.
  10. Phil has sent me some further pics he took of the 3D print at Stevenage with Alex. Alex does look like a proud dad with it; rightfully so I'd say.
  11. Phil's sent over some snaps of the latest BBA EP samples that Alex had on the stand at Stevenage. I still can't get over the mesh floor when I hand my hands on them at Peterborough.
  12. I can see a post from you in the correct topic here -https://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/148475-dcc-starting-out-im-not-a-techy-but-so-far-its-been-worth-it/&do=findComment&comment=3800799 The last post I can see in the Kato topic is this https://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/150737-kato-points-witing/&do=findComment&comment=3800817 with no subsequent posts or deletions so Im at a bit of loss as to why you are seeing that aberration.
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