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    Preserved railways, Boxfile layouts, T, N, OO9, OO and O gauges, Kit building, DCC sound,

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  1. It doesn't look like it has a PCB. If it was DCC I'd think we could tell straight away but yep, it's analogue.
  2. I am correct in thinking that 37264 is now preserved on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway?
  3. Ths looks very interesting. Perhaps my Granddad might like it.
  4. That is indeed a Hornby model. It was released under their Railroad Range a few years ago.
  5. I've had a closer look at the image. I can't exactly make out the number but I think it might be a 37/2
  6. Will it have some representation of the now famous Viaduct? Also, will all the layouts be eventually be linked together?
  7. We've seen pics of my rolling stock on the layout but I have noticed that I haven't introduced them properly. So here goes... First up is Class 06 06008. It is shedded at the nearby Dunfermline Townhill TMD. Next is a pair of ex-BR steel open wagons. These have been repainted from BR grey into plain black. Next is 25T Lowmac E260864. A long way from the Western Region, ex-GWR 10T ventilated van W14574 is temporarily stored here and normally used for storage but is occasionally used.
  8. I looked it up on Google images and one of pics was this. It's the signalbox at Fort William Junction. I'm not entirely sure if it's actually at Fort William or elsewhere.
  9. When building McKellar Yard and the other oo gauge micro layout, I've come across more problems than I can count. Like David said, it's only one step back, three steps forward (though in my case, it's one step forward, three steps back) The point is, no matter how much problems we face when building layouts, we eventually get round it.
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