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- Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:01 pm
- Forum: Web Site Articles - Help contribute to the site
- Topic: Inexpensive Key Component to Railway Modelling
- Replies: 61
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2 years, surles the water is cold by now! Over here in Alabama they only serve "iced" tea, and look at you very strange when you ask for "hot" tea, and even then it tastes like rancid dishwater, so weak its almost a fortnight, its taken me 10 loooooooooong years to get the mothe...
Take a look at Blackpool tramways, the track system was based on railway stuff, both for cost and availability, and most of the points and curves are fairly soft because of the use of trams in-tandem (such as the coronation sets) all points were buried or paved along the entire sea front, and especi...
- Sun Jan 09, 2011 3:17 pm
- Forum: Personal Layouts - Planning
- Topic: HELP!!! layout plans gone blank
- Replies: 7
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(from an engineers point of view) Basically what you are asking people to do is build you a ship to those outside dimensions, and your only stipulation is that it wont sink! first, what scale do you want to model in, 00/n/0,? as this will determine both tracks and flow of the radius of bends, do you...
- Wed Jan 05, 2011 8:21 pm
- Forum: Electronics
- Topic: illuminated writing on factory chmneys
- Replies: 25
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hi tuxychuff I tried to do something similar many years ago (late eighties), with not too much success, the main problem seamed to be using clear plastic (Acrylic, perspex,) or glass, as the light (where ever fed from) does not illuminate the letters, except from the cut sides, the front of the lett...
- Tue Jan 04, 2011 12:49 am
- Forum: Personal Layouts - Under Construction
- Topic: The Bridge (The Yeoveney & Colnbridge Railway) - JOGLE
- Replies: 686
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hi and hello, I am a noobi and will introduce myself in the appropriate thread, but having read this thread from the beginning to end, may I suggest the name " Yeoveney Bridge " as this seems to fit what I see, and you do have a bridge, it also looks an authentic name when placed on a sign...