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  1. That's it over for another year. Thanks to all the exhibitors and traders who attended. Stephen Ayr model railway group.
  2. Well that's the hall set up. Eaglesham looks excellent as does Glenfinnan, Tullygarth. There are a quite a few modern image layouts in oo and O gauge. Durham trains has the new Bachmann class 37 025 also some lovely re-sprayed n gauge. North road trains has a huge selection of garden railway locos and stock. Cheltenham has special offers on the new Dapol bolster wagon and also new tts Hornby class 37 chips. The forecast is warm for tomorrow, so the hall will be warm. If you are coming down I hope you enjoy the exhibition.
  3. Unfortunately the Ayrshire Railway Preservation Group have had to withdraw from the exhibition.
  4. What's with this Jock Mc Tractors? Can you not just type 'Scots/Scottish tractors? Regards Stephen
  5. Hi Fran That's great news on the decision to produce the orange and grey inners. I will PM you regarding changing my order. Are there any thoughts on producing weathered versions at a later date? Stephen
  6. Hi Outers are buffer fitted on outer end only. Inners have no buffers at all. For my Ravenscraig rake I will need one grey outer and one orange and grey outer. Stephen
  7. Hi Dave If I remember correctly the Heljan tanks are a good swap for the Bachmann ones. You may need to drill out the two slots for switches though. Stephen
  8. Hi I'm looking for a pair of the clear plastic ' push in' headcode panels for the later Hornby class 31. Thanks. Item no longer required. Thank you.
  9. Hi Tom


    Could do with some of your photos on Accurascale the jua/pta thread.





  10. Hi As far as I can remember and is highlighted on the wagon chart on p1 the Hunterston to Ravenscraig rake had only one grey wagon with buffers in it. I think one of the grey and orange wagons was fitted with buffers at one end. Tom Smith maybe able to provide some photographic evidence of this or not. To stop any confusion. This rake was in grey and orange livery without any wording ie British Steel. There was also the Mossend to Hardendale quarry rake of eight or nine wagons that were used for transporting lime to Ravenscraig. Accurascale must be rubbing their hands at all these prospective sales. Stephen
  11. Hi Baz That is not a bad idea. But there was only one totally grey wagon In a rake of the orange and grey liveried tipplers. Packs of five orange and grey inners and the grey wagon sold separately would also help. Stephen
  12. Hi Fran Thanks for replying. I will place an initial order tonight for the proposed pack of orange and grey wagons. Best Regards Stephen
  13. Hi Fran Thanks for the prompt reply. I would like to model the Ravenscraig rake, (as in your chart/planner) but there was only one grey end wagon in a rake of twenty one wagons (1+20) Could you do extra packs like you are doing for the Arc packs with just grey and orange inner wagons in it. At the present moment you are going to do a five pack with two end wagons and three inners. Best Regards Stephen
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