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KeithMacdonald

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  1. Did the auto collect the milk wagons from the siding while passengers were onboard?
  2. Keep up at the back! These days they are called "runner's leggings". Essential comfort wear for hard working Devon trawler and farming folk. Or me, on a 10 mile runs on snowy days like today. Some might say we should save the ladies stockings for when we visit the bank and they insist we must wear a mask.
  3. Just found on Rail Online. Beside a Castle on a 1950s Dawlish Up express, a better view of the three sidings, including the little stub loading bay and a small crane. https://www.rail-online.co.uk/p839482915/h11d13a51#h11d13a51
  4. I've found another stray image on Flickr, with a green Warship, dated "Dec 1966". Not sure what that coach or wagon is in the siding. Is that a set of steps on the right of it? If it was at Dawlish Warren most of us would assume it was a camping coach, but not sure that could be correct in this location. Any ideas?
  5. Thanks Mike. Don't suppose you remember what kind of vans?
  6. @Chris M Thanks, Dawlish Warren is well-pictured with camping coaches. It's Dawlish and Teignmouth station sidings I'm after.
  7. Sadly not, we already knew there were sidings pre 1960's. Trying to find pictures of them in use.
  8. The sidings at Teignmouth and Dawlish stations were removed a few decades ago. Did anyone ever see them in use, or has anyone ever found any pictures of them being used? What kind of wagons? Thanks in advance.
  9. +1 for Micron model rail RC http://www.micronradiocontrol.co.uk/rc_model_rail.html
  10. For what it's worth, here's a link to the PH Designs wagon turntable: http://www.phd-design-etchings.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=25_28_66&product_id=138 Not sure if Peter Harvey is despatching anything at the moment?
  11. Err, sorry Steve, my attempts at soldering are usually horrible. In fact, they usually look like something Lulu (the baby elephant) left behind after her appearance on Blue Peter.
  12. @pewky - To be continued Nudge?
  13. I concur, even at the risk of a flame war about (a) what kind of paper and (b) what is the proper time for Tea Time.
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