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    Railways, Model railways, Fairground & Circus, Video Production

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  1. Very enjoyable. Bit disjointed in the editing with the s160 first service train being on three different platforms in 10 seconds Paul
  2. Good stuff. Some scenes in The Bill too, including DC Mike Dashwood going for a spin on the turntable at Old Oak common. Paul
  3. New series starts Feb 21st 2020. https://www.nymr.co.uk/pages/category/the-yorkshire-steam-railway-all-aboard-season-3 Paul
  4. Two pictures showing the best and worse - depending on how the train enters the curve. The slight play on the wheels determines wether you get buffer lock on peco curves. Paul
  5. I tried to pull the socket out from the cab but it was well stuck and I did not want to force it. Looking at the other end of the cable at the buffer beam I gently pull the cable towards me. This left the socket still attached to the buffer beam but allowed the body to be removed. I may have been lucky as the factory may not have glued it well. Paul
  6. On mine I managed to pull the cable out from the buffer beam socket. Paul
  7. Longer cables are available for NCE on eBay Ray. Paul https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F111236729311
  8. Does anyone know if Rocket type locos ever ran tender first or were they turned on some early turntable design? Just curious. Paul
  9. It's fitted with a 21 pin decoder socket. So does not need a large decoder. Paul
  10. I ordered this new bookazine from Mortons direct. Only flicked through the pages but it looks great. Paul
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