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Crepello

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    Hornchurch UK
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    N gauge, late 50s--1981 (end of the Deltic era on BR)

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  1. I'd be grateful if someone could measure the length over buffers of the plate wagon for me. I need to know how many Rapido N-gauge Conflat Ps I can fit in on my layout! Don't bother to convert the measurement to N or I'll end up ordering twice as many as I need! Thanks in anticipation
  2. Somewhat surprised to see yesterday's announcement hasn't made it on here yet! It should be on Rails' site now. Great decision Rapido!
  3. I was just angling to see why people were cautious when placing advance orders. I had full a full refund from my card company when DJ went bust, so didn't see why hesitation was appropriate. Place the order and get the model is my mantra.
  4. Is there any risk when you order by credit card?
  5. I assume you mean the old Poole 25/3 above. I've made this point before but someone said the chassis from the 25/2 would need a re-tool.
  6. No, I couldn't get away with that. My Southern expert friend Colin would have an apoplectic fit!
  7. If Bachmann read this we could have one from them by this Christmas!
  8. I'm planning to come to Wakefield in December; it's a nice ride from KX, even without Deltics! Been waiting a long time to see this masterpiece.
  9. It must be relatively easy for Farish to follow on with a Peak after the 40. Maybe the long wait is due to upgrading with tinted windscreens and motorised fans?
  10. Just seen this on return from holiday. Excellent news. Thanks Mike and Ben.
  11. Any one will do! Which PGAs are those Neal? A good N-gauge model of the Yeoman type is desperately needed (at least by me!). I've been on about this for years now. As I've pointed out before, haulage could also be by classes 37, 47, 52, 56 and probably some others. Hopefully Revolution will agree!
  12. Which PGAs are those Neal? A good N-gauge model of the Yeoman type is desperately needed (at least by me!). I've been on about this for years now. As I've pointed out before, haulage could also be by classes 37, 47, 52, 56 and probably some others. Hopefully Revolution will agree!
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