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  1. That's far more understanding and supportive! Thank you.
  2. I feel his subsequent post is illuminating in terms of character, the initial comment certainly wasn't 'useful feedback'. I just get fed up with whinging about anything and everything on here.
  3. You can't always have what you want just because you ask for it. I thought your post, following others, was particularly mean-spirited and didn't need to be said. No apology and if you want to keep niggling I'll just remove access.
  4. Give 'em a break, the bandwidth or signal issues may be out of their immediate control. The perils of being live. Grumbling and being negative is somewhat churlish; try being supportive and understanding.
  5. https://www.world-of-railways.co.uk/news/heljan-reveals-o-gauge-2021-2022-range/
  6. Thanks to Keefer for sending this link through which corrects an error published in RAIL magazine. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/media-correction-passenger-train-derailment-near-carmont
  7. You're making an assumption they were both at the same stage when announced, that may not be the case.
  8. I need a 'shock' reaction button; what's come over you? It's not even an 09.
  9. For just £20 via Western Fargo I can provide the information you need.
  10. Looks a bit shifty; not sure if he can stay true to his word.
  11. Yup; stop the wishing please or it floods a specific topic. We've got to unglue Paul's foot from the railhead and ease him northwards bit by bit without frightening him.
  12. An update from KMRC.... GWR Steam Railmotor project CADs approved and tooling commenced The Kernow Model Rail Centre are pleased to announce that the much-anticipated GWR Steam Railmotor in 00 gauge has moved to the tooling stage following the approval of the Computer Aided Design drawings (CADs). The preserved Railmotor No. 93 was laser scanned at the Didcot Railway Centre, and the detailed CADs produced using further reference to original GWR archive drawings and the kind assistance of Graham Drew, Great Western Society Railmotor
  13. I did quote the element I had a problem (or the potential tone of it) with and it wasn't the firebox paintwork. If I'm not in a good mood it's not wise to keep arguing the point.
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