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Sorry, I can't see the 'vans in that shot.

Next to the clays.

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I turn it off in the fiddle, particularly the one's with flat fronts.

 

F2 and F3 are very useful though to wake John up.

Do 'your' loco's have any of the posh sound programmes with 'fade'? Not you personally Spams but the loco's on DITD. I would have to search for the makers of such luxury items as it is a couple of years since I used mine. Brilliant for going on and off stage as it sounds as if they are 'approaching'/'going away' rather than the sound just starting/stopping.

I did not get to annoy you today but then you wouldn't have known if I was not ther without me telling you. I am ashamed to admit that I had a little too much alcohol at lunch time and thus was incapable of using a motor vehicle. No convemient trains either.

next time maybe?

Hope all was good?

Sincerely,

Phil

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Oh,

 

Now what have you spotted?

 

 

Who me

 

From this shot it looks like you have a short piece of rail coming loose, missing chair just after the common crossing nearest the front

 

 

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Anyway, since it's Sunday the engineers are out (even with a their own locos)

 

 

Seen this layout a few times at shows and it never ceases to amaze me, the quality and standard of the running, the scenery, and the layout is just amazing and a total credit to all involved.  Talk about setting the bar high!

 

Well done :)

 

Rich

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that's it

 

Geoff

Spotted by Chris, he fixed it this morning!

 

Oh, and are you calling my crossings common?

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Yes, cleaning the track this morning I noticed it was a bit wobbly. D had a spare chair (which, after working on 7mm, was stupidly small and hard to thread in the fixed rail) and the rail was fastened down again. In fact we did quite well snagging this weekend, just the operators need sorting now.

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John trying to phone Jayne earlier...

 

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The stand number is rather appropriate as well!

101 would be better.

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Yes, cleaning the track this morning I noticed it was a bit wobbly. D had a spare chair (which, after working on 7mm, was stupidly small and hard to thread in the fixed rail) and the rail was fastened down again. In fact we did quite well snagging this weekend, just the operators need sorting now.

Blimey, you clean track? Cunning action. Wish I had some to clean. I have got some but it is buried in the garage. Lord only knows what it is like after a couple of years in there.

Philth

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going...

 

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Going...

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Oh, I can categorically confirm that no sandpaper was used on DitD... Long splinter up the end of my fingernail this evening packing up. Strange, I thought John had found them all ;-p

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