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51 minutes ago, RobjUK said:

That of course is the one item I did not look at - it's wheeltappers sound not legomanbiffo.

 

Every other one has this:

 

 

which is not an "online" service, exactly, unless someone pasted the wrong bit of text in...

 

 

Yea, all the diesels don't have that wording in.

If thats what you want just give Charlie a call with your serial number (and your payment) and he will send you the locked file.

Simples!

Wiggy.

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Once again, top service from Charlie. Just love this tank enclosure for the 27. First coat of primer on before work. 

 

Unfortunately I'll miss the next stage of the world tour due to work- would love to had made it to St Andrews.

 

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On 27/07/2019 at 13:10, Eddie R v2.0 said:

Once again, top service from Charlie. Just love this tank enclosure for the 27. First coat of primer on before work. 

 

Unfortunately I'll miss the next stage of the world tour due to work- would love to had made it to St Andrews.

 

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St Andrews show has the 'ALL NEW' St Andrews & Guard Bridge layout from the club.   Honestly is a cracker and in N Gauge allows it to be expanded to cover this much missed line.

 

Charlie

 

PPS The aboce tank is the one you e.mailed me about!!

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The Legomanbiffo world tour stopped off at mine and Zena’s wedding yesterday! Charlie said that he definitely wouldn’t be dancing!

 

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Ian can be seen letting his hair down in the background too! Thanks for coming, we really appreciate the distance you both travelled to be there.

 

Richard 

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I am happy to announce that my sounds for Bachmann's London Underground S stock are finally ready. The sounds were all recorded 'on shed' and on the Metropolitan main Line with the assistance of Transport For London. They will be available as both a two-chip matched pair and a single chip plus Lokpilot (non-sound) matched pair as a more economical option. They are only available on v5 at this time (ie v4 reblows will not be available). The units sound great with a standard 20x40mm speaker but I've also heard them through a Zimo double-dumbo and one of our 'slab' speakers and they sound equally good as they don't need a lot of bass. Some of the features include;

 

Configurable destination announcement for any destination on the Metropolitan LIne (authentic recordings of the prototype's automated message, not a generic creation). 'This is an all-stations Metropolitan Line train to <destination of your choice>'

 

Configurable general announcement (choose any one of 20 different automated messages including 'please move down the car', 'the next station is closed', 'this train is ready to depart' etc

 

Other sounds include manual brake featuring authentic brake sounds, compressor, DSD alarm, cab alarm, driver's front door, driver's air conditioning, passenger doors opening & closing, 'mind the gap' announcement, train whistle, third rail arc sounds (and accompanying flashes if you fit your units with LED's on the shoes), windscreen wipers, coupling and uncoupling and detonators. Traction motor sounds are completely authentic, having been recorded via a bogie-mounted microphone on a line run.

 

A demo video will be done at some point. A demo unit fitted with door opening lights and third-rail arc flashes will be on the stand at the Warley show in November.

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Starting from this weekend:

 

Spalding (Lincs)

Gaydon Motor Museum 'Great British Model Railway Show'  (Warwickshire)

Wakefield (Thornes Park Arena) (West Yorkshire)

Warley NEC (Birmingham)

Manchester (Barnes Wallis Building) Next to Piccadilly Station)

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