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Hi all, does anyone have this model? How does it run over Set Track points? I've noticed that it has a longer chassis than most 0-6-0 loco's so I was wondering if this was less of a problem than it is with the standard 0-6-0's?
- Thu May 31, 2012 9:01 pm
- Forum: Personal Layouts - Planning
- Topic: Latest idea:
- Replies: 6
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Thanks, I was planning on having a small station so I could operate a single or twin coach service pulled by the Class 14 I will be buying, even though it is a bit un-prototypical, but the idea of a good shed is a good one, I was planning on having mainly grass land with maybe some animals in fields...
- Mon Nov 29, 2010 8:01 am
- Forum: Real World Railways
- Topic: Should spend more time in my garage!
- Replies: 10
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Essex2Visuvesi wrote:bobby55016 wrote:i agree. t'was a good laugh.
do you know why it was a good laff? cuz i didn't know the diffrence between dessert and desert either when i red op first time it made sense to me
Best layout by far was the one with the little WORKING cyclists, it was fantastic...it drew a large crowd, the Japanese one with the working level crossing and stuff was great too!
- Tue Oct 26, 2010 11:38 am
- Forum: N Gauge Model Railway
- Topic: Laying N gauge track
- Replies: 31
- Views: 8401
You need to add screws yourself, I used some nuts and bolts with a counter sunk head and then drilled a counter sunk hole into the baseboard to accommodate the head of the bolt.