Lower Thames Yard

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Thu Jun 11, 2020 3:01 pm

I thought readers of this thread might like the following from today's paper:-

"Pretentious Job Title of the Night
McKenzie's a " Performance Ambassador" for Trans Pennine Express(!) ( my italics and exclamation mark!)
We saw him on "The Railway 24/7" (Channel 5) helping people onto trains. It used to be a Porter's job.... but as service gets worse, titles get longer."


I have recorded this, but have yet to watch it.
Immediately "Train Manager" (Guard!) came to my mind but I am sure that those of you who have had the privilege (or misfortune!) to work in the industry can tell us of many more instances?

However, getting back to my Lower Thames layouts:-
I said yesterday that I was going to look at my 1959 WTT to help resolve my issues with Steam hauled suburban trains for Lower Thames Goods Shed.

A quick look at this suggested that this would not help as the Class 117 Diesels seem to have been introduced with the next WTT, Winter 1959/60.

However I thought I would look at the listings of Paddington arrivals and departures for 1955 in my copy of "Through the Links at Southall and Old Oak Common", as this might give me information about which of the outer suburban trains were hauled by 61xx.
This proved to be a good idea, because I had not appreciated how little the train timings changed between 1955 (100% steam apart from the occasional AEC Railcar), and 1961 (Steam only in the rush hours).

This means that a compromise I can live with is to run as steam hauled and diesel alternative suburbam trains as I originally wanted. I just have to be careful not to run a 1955 steam train that had by 1961 had its time significantly altered or even the train removed. Similarly I will aim not to run as steam trains introduced for the diesel era.

I guess the continuation of the steam timings shows a number of things:-
1) How good at acceleration the 61xxs were with 5 coaches - comparable to one or two three car 117s.
2) Either management didn't trust the 117s (quite likely!), or they thought passengers would prefer the habitual times (quite likely, but not I would have thought passenger preferences were not at the front of management's mind!)
3) They wanted to avoid the trouble of recasting and introducing a new timetable. (Very likely and still a trouble today!)
4) They had enough on their plates sorting out loco/unit/coach /staff diagrams without timetable trouble as well (highly likely!)

So I will aim over the next day or two to post some photos of these steam trains and then next week to get back to my freight sets and post photos of some more of those.

Hope everyone s well and staying safe?
Take care
Cheers
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Sun Jun 14, 2020 3:53 pm

Events have transpired against my aim suggested in my last posting, of taking and posting passenger train photos for the moment, so they are still pending!

Meanwhile I have been looking at the number of trains required for Lower Thames Goods Yard and the siding capacity to hold them to make sure I am not planning trains that there is nowhere to hold! I am starting off with the plan for 5 loops each holding 3 trains in the fiddle yard.

So, as an example, the list of morning trains, their start of the day locations, and end of rush hour (0915) positions are as follows:-

Train Goods Yard time Start location Finish location

Sub to Paddington 0600 Stock Branch siding, Loco Yard up loop 1 position 2

Pcls to Princes Risbrgh 0600-0620 Train -Yard dn loop 1 position 3 dn loop 2 position 2

LE to Bourne End 0620 Yard up loop 1 position 1

Sub Slough-High W 0634 Train -Yard dn loop 1 position 2 dn loop 2 position 1

DMU to Padd 0645 ECS from dn siding to Branch plat

DMU to Padd 0658 Branch plat up loop 3 position 3

DMU from Padd 0730 up loop 3 position 3 dn Relief Plat

Cl 121 + trailer to High W 0740 Train -Yard dn loop 1 position 1 dn loop 1 position 1

DMU to Padd 0750 Branch Plat up loop 2 position 2

Sub Bourne E -Padd 0743 Stock -yard up loop 1 position 1 up loop 2 position 3

Fish Slough - Maid 0753 Train -Yard dn loop 2 position 3 dn Relief Plat

Fish Maid - Slough 0810 Branch Plat up loop 1 position 3

Sub High W - Slough 0820 dn loop 2 position 1 up loop 2 position 3

Sub Padd-Princes Ris 0832 dn loop 2 position 3 dn loop 2 position 1

Sub Ayls- Maid 0854 up loop 3 position 1 Branch siding

LE off 0854 arrl 0910 Branch Plat Yard



So we start with 8 trains in the fiddle yard and two in the scenic section and finish with 9 in the fiddle yard and one in the scenic section(ignoring LEs for the moment!)
This leaves 6 fiddle yard positions plus 3 sidings for the 8 goods trains sets.
This looks like it will work, but I need to try it out with cardboard pieces on a paper fiddle yard!!

I hope everyone is keeping safe, and will not be tempted to dash off to the shops tomorrow with non essential shops starting to open?
AGR my local model shop is opening Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00 to 3.00 but no browsing allowed!!
Best regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Tue Jun 16, 2020 2:25 pm

Firstly,
My apologies if the table I tried to include in my last posting was difficult to understand. I had forgotten that the software of this site does dot like such items! I guess I should have included this as an attachment, but the last time I tried an attachment, it did not work well!
So moving swiftly on:-
As a way of checking out the running of the suburban trains round the right hand side of Lower Thames Goods Yard and the High Wycombe Branch trains round the left hand side of the layout, I have drawn up a set of cardboard (cutouts? no!) rectangles to use to plot the movements into and out of the fiddle yard in Lower Thames Goods Shed, to find out if my proposed movements work.

In doing this I realized that in my initial allocation of loop and siding space I had forgotten about the "Marlow Donkey" and the class 128 parcels Unit.
Fortunately these proved not to be a problem but a problem I am currently wrestling with is that of locomotive running round on steam trains that arrive and turn round. The easiest solution seems to be that there needs to be one free road for this purpose.

However, I am not sure that I can permanently free up one of the existing loops or find room to add another one for this purpose, so watch this space!
Frantically moving cardboard rectangles around a table has diverted me from taking any passenger train photos as I promised last week I would do. So my apologies for that, but when I get fed up with the fiddle yard puzzle, I will have a break for a day or so and get the photos done.

Promise!!!

Meanwhile, please keep safe and enjoy your modelling.
Best regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Sat Jun 20, 2020 3:17 pm

I have had a good end to this week with today's arrival from Hattons of a Hornby New WR 2-6-2T.

So tomorrow I aim to unpack it and post comparison photos with one of my earlier Hornby versions of this loco. Hope at the same time to photo both locos with Bachmann Mk1 suburbans and Hornby Collett suburbans to model the High Wycombe Branch trains discussed in my earlier posts.
This loco is all the more welcome as it is my first new model since the start of the lockdown!

I needed cheering up as I had been planning to take a trip to Bedford next week to pick up from Malcolm models he has worked on for me. I had been waiting until the end of our 12 week shielding and the improvement to near normal of the necessary bus services.
However there has been a spike in Coronavirus infections in Bedford, to more than twice the level we have locally, and there is talk of a local lockdown there.

So I think that trip wil have to wait maybe another month!

I hope everybody is well, staying safe, and keeping sane by completing all those models in the when I get round to it box(es)!
Cheers for now,
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Mon Jun 29, 2020 2:32 pm

Hi All,
Here are a few thoughts to start off the week:-

Looks like my wallet will get a severe pounding sometime soon with the arrival of Bachmann class 117s and 121s
One interesting comparison will be between the Dapol Bubblecars and the Bachmann ones.
I will post some photos and my thoughts when the Bachmanns are to hand.
One good outcome of the lockdown is that I have not been tempted by goodies at shows so reserves have built up a bit against the new arrivals.

Meanwhile, modelling is slow. I really need this week to settle down and finalise the track layout for "Lower Thames Goods Shed" so that next week I can get some track laid! I might for a change make a start on the key structure for the layout, the goods shed. However, it being a good while since I built any structures I think I might find a simple precut card model to start with rather than jumping in the deep end with the goods shed.

With Warley cancelled it really is looking that there will be little to attend in 2020 even if we think it safe to attend shows? The trouble is, the longer we leave it, the more difficult it will be to get up and go to any events!

Hope you are all making progress with your modelling?
Stay safe,
Regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Tue Jun 30, 2020 7:08 pm

Hi everybody,
Today has been a good day even though I have done little modeling!

I took my first real trip to the town centre this morning since the start of lockdown. Even though visiting my local model shop was not on my agenda I did manage to sort a number of issues that it is not practical to deal with via the internet.

First on my agenda was that my iPhone has been difficult to charge because the charger lead, which works perfectly with my wife's phone refused to lock into mine, so to charge meant sitting and holding the lead in the phone and sitting with a mains lead trailing across the room. Also I thought that the screen on the phone was starting to crumble.
Anyway, it turned out that it was only the transparent screen protector that was damaged, so just a few pounds to replace it rather than c£60 for replacing the screen.
While I did other errands the shop cleaned out and sorted the power socket on the phone.

I also needed a new battery in my wrist watch, choose birthday cards for four upcoming family birthdays, ( no presents, they will each get a cash transfer this year!), and stock up on hand cleanser.( Supermarkets too expensive!).

I then needed to find a number of items in our local hardware/garden/household goods shop, which was by and large successful, and did include a number of items with modeling uses such as several different adhesives.
I also needed to check which of a number of my wife's favoured shops were open, or if not when they will be.

Walking round the centre, plus the walk there and back, gave me my days exercise. Our little local bus normally holds 16 but currently only 5!), so I left that for the disabled etc.

Thus all in all a satisfactory morning, although I was glad to get home as currently there is nowhere to get a sit down and a coffee part way through my shopping. I am pleased to say social distancing measures were not too much of a hinderance, although I mistimed my visit to one shop where I had to wait in a queue of 8 people, onlyto find no queue at all when I came out.

Don't worry, I won't be boring you with details of such trips in the future, but I thought it worth reporting both to encourage those reading this who have yet to venture far, and also because it marked an important step on our family's journey back to a sort of normality!

Tomorrow I will get back to modeling topics,
Best regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Thu Jul 02, 2020 3:24 pm

Hello there,

Today I have got back to modeling by making a start on the Goods Shed for my Lower Thames Goods Shed layout. This will be built so that it can easily be extended for the Goods Shed on Lower Thames Yard, although the easiest way to do the extension might be to keep the brick built shed the same length and add to it the later built metal clad west end extension.
The first stage was to draw out full size the plan of the Shed and then derive side and end views. A drawing will also be required for the roof and an interior view showing the internal supports and features such as the loading/unloading platform.
This set of drawings proved tricky and I am not yet satisfied with some aspects of them, so back to the drawing board (pun intentional!).

Luckily I have, ( and could find!) the instructions for the Superquick Goods Shed which helps on construction methods. However it is likely that I will incorporate some wooden parts to give added strength and rigidity.
The original shed had 12 bays in its rail side wall, which I might reduce to 10. Due to space considerations I have moved the goods shed from being a through siding building in the up yard to a single ended siding building on a siding off the branch platform . Because the straight shed is hiding the curve towards it of the branch platform line and is therefore next to and at an angle to the Station building, I will be moving the offices from the road side of the up end to the rail side with the shed siding protruding about a wagon length from the up end of the shed.

One thing I have to decide whether I can live with or not is a plain rail side aspect of the shed. Originally when I was only going to use the shed in the "Yard" layout where it would be viewed from the road side and outer end I had been thinking of avoiding the work in replicating the 12 bays mentioned above as the would not be seen. However having now conceived the "Goods Shed" layout it will be seen on this layout from the other side.
I am telling myself at present that "Goods Shed" is a test bed layout, not trying to be accurate in all things, so the effort on the bays is not worthwhile!

Now it is time to get back to it after a break while writing this post and looking at some details in photos of the goods shed!

Take care everyone,
Regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Tue Jul 07, 2020 1:53 pm

Good Afternoon All,
Here is a couple of Lower Thames Yard sketches that explain how I intend to model Maidenhead Station Approach and Grenfell Road.

Remember the railway only portrays the Relief Lines and the Wycombe Branch. The two tracks to the outside of the lines (bottom of the plans are the down relief loop+ its siding (the siding much longer than in reality, and the track down to the low level sidings. I have yet to work out how to shield this track from the layout as trains on it will be seen with their top halfs above the layout track level!

The first shows how the Goods Shed, Branch Platform overall roof and Station buildings are grouped to mask the up end of the layout curves. Now that I have more closeup photos of the Goods Shed I may lengthen it to nearer its true length and have a small version of the later metal clad extension rather than the shorter (nearer Tetbury!) length shown here. However I do want to have a short open goods bank on the end for unloading things like horses and fish!

Maidenhead - Lower Thames Yard plan board 4.jpg


The buildings between the approach and Grenfell road may be removed to make the car park area larger. I am also considering a few stands for buses. The goods yard needs smaller buildings such as the Weighbridge office to be added in and a wall/gate is needed to fence off the yard from the station approach. The small square in the middle of Grenfell road is the clocktower, an essential feature of the area although the roads are distorted by the fact that there is no bridge under the railway!

The second plan fits to the left of the first and shows boards 5 and 6. This incorporates Grenfell Road up to the bridge over the Wycombe branch. The length of this is greatly reduced so the houses are only a representation of what still exists there. (H= house!)

Maidenhead Lower Thames Yard plan boards 5&6.jpg


The two sidings next to the road behind the houses run round into the Wycombe line fiddle yard and allow for the swapping of full and empty coal wagons and other open trucks!
As I have not been able to incorporate the real access to the yard via the bridge under the branch I am considering a bridge under the whole railway on the right of Board 5.

I hope these plans explain the scenic part of the layout? Boards 1 to 3 are the fiddle yards so I have not included them.

Keep Smiling,
Regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Fri Jul 10, 2020 2:54 pm

Good Afternoon Everyone,
I have updated Lower Thames Yard in line with my comments in my last post, so I have revised the approach road and added the weighbridge office and yard front wall/gate, but I am playing around with the position of Grenfell road along the front of board 5:-
I have tried a bridge under the lines at the right side of board 5 which didn't look right and would make the woodwork complicated, so I have ditched that idea.
However in trying this I have realized that the area between the tracks and the road cannot slope towards the road as labelled without changing the edge of board 5 which may already be cut!
So I have been playing around with bringing the road away from the tracks to have a slope off the edge of the board and some buildings at the road level. An advantage of this approach is that it removes the road dogleg at the corner of board 4.

The thing I have yet to settle on is the width of the area for the buildings. I am inclined to make these industrial units of some sort so that they are mainly single storey and therefore do not mask the trains on the tracks too much.

Once I have settled this I will post a copy of the revised versions of boards 4 and 5.

I am also debating the best approach to the Goods Shed. I would like the shed and its later metal clad extension to be full size, but this would not leave any open track between the end of the shed and the point connecting the goods shed siding to the Branch Siding.

So I am debating whether to reduce the size of the bays in the Goods Shed or to keep their size but reduce their number. I cannot reduce the length of the original Goods Shed too much otherwise it will not look right with two road vehicle loading docks which I am keen to retain to differentiate it from smaller sheds of this pattern such as Twyford or Tetbury.

Looking at the article on Twyford in GWJ, an air view of the station has given me ideas on the other small sheds etc. that I should include in Lower Thames Yard's area around the Goods Shed, so these will be included in the next update.

Meanwhile, I wish everyone well, especially those in OZ and areas in the UK such as Leicester who have once again to face up to the problems of lockdown.
Cheers
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Mon Jul 13, 2020 3:09 pm

Good Afternoon All,
I have been updating my plans for the scenic boards on Lower Thames Yard.
Firstly, in Board 4, below, I have redrawn the Goods Shed to better show the Original brick portion and the later block built extension.
I would be grateful for any photos of the extension as currently I only have a couple from the rail side.

I have yet to decide how to deal with the offices. The options seem to be:-
1) move the shed down the track slightly and fit them in the correct position.
2) place them on the outer end of the original shed, but this makes the extension difficult.
3) put them either end on the side of the shed between the road loading bay and the end of the shed.

Maidenhead Lower Thames Yard Board 4 13-07-20.jpg


You can see that I have also added the Water Tower, although not in its correct position between the Branch Platform track and the Up Relief track, because there is not enough room. I have also added its Pumping station at the bottom of the embankment.

I have reworked Grenfell Road as you can see from Board 6 Below, because I realized the slope was too steep so I have realigned it so that it has greater length in which to reach the Branch over bridge height but at the expense of a sharp bend that is not prototypical at the High Town Road junction which is now too far from the bridge!

Maidenhead Lower Thames Yard Board 6 13-07-20.jpg


I have also added the pub at the junction of the Goods Yard Access road . While this has now got a car park, the only way to do the access road will be by it crossing the Branch by a level crossing rather than the under bridge!
I will be seeing if I can get Grenfell Road a correct curve without reducing the improved gradient!

Any thoughts on any of the above welcome.
Cheers for now
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Tue Jul 21, 2020 3:15 pm

Good afternoon everyone,
A couple of weeks ago I posted about the Goods Shed for my "Lower Thames Goods Shed" and its larger development "Lower Thames Yard" layouts.
One problem for the Yard layout is that I have little information about the 1947 built extension to the Goods Shed at Maidenhead, and could find few photos or other details about it.

So I decided to research similar extensions to the one on the western end of Maidenhead Goods Shed which has thrown up Witney Goods Shed Extension.
As you can see from the attached exterior view this looks similar to Maidenhead although I suspect it is of prewar construction whereas Maidenhead's extension is post war (1947.

Maidenhead Goods Shed -Extension-Witney_Goods_1970.jpg


I was intending to fit my Maidenhead Goods Shed Extension with an awning and a full length platform for loading of lorries etc. although I had no pictures to prove that as being the case. So now I have some evidence for this!

The second shot is of the interior of Witney Goods Shed Extension which is useful for the construction methods and so I intend to follow this for Maidenhead unless I find anything to the contrary!

Maidenhead Witney_goods_shed_extension interior1.jpg
Maidenhead Witney_goods_shed_extension interior1.jpg (25.34 KiB) Viewed 820 times


I welcome any thoughts or suggestions on these photos?
Also details of any other photos of this extension would be welcome.
Many thanks

Best regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Sat Jul 25, 2020 2:12 pm

Good Afternoon All,
I hope you are being good and wearing your masks in shops and the other listed places?
I just hope that the measures do reduce the spread of the virus and give everyone more confidence to visit shops. I have my doubts but hope to be proven wrong!

Meanwhile, my modelling has not progressed very much this week.
I am holding off on more work on the Goods shed and its extension until I see if more information comes to light.
I was pleased to see GWR Hall TTS chips are now available. I shall be buying a few of these promptly as I think they will be popular. Especially if many folks follow my example and fit them in other GWR two cylinder locos. I am thinking of trying them in a Grange, County,and 61xx, as well as of course in Halls! If they are good in the other types I might also try them in 28/38xx and when they are produced the Dapol 43xx and Manor!

I have fitted Kadee couplings to some more wagons. I am setting the wagons up in sets of 3 with Kadees at each end and normal couplings in between wagons. I will have to set up some single wagons with Kadees for shunting purposes. Its a while since I did any of these , so I am getting my hand back in on standard Bachmann wagons before trying some kit built wagons which I have not fitted Kadees to before.

There has been a couple of signs of return of normality this week. Firstly I was pleased to see an Engineers train, Simplex powered on the Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway, so hopefully I will soon be able to sit in the garden listening to the shrill of the steamers whistles as they approach each of the three level crossings nearest to our house. The other thing I saw was that the council had cut the square and marked out the boundary for the local cricket pitch!

I hope you are all progressing with your models?
Best regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Thu Jul 30, 2020 2:51 pm

Good Afternoon All,
I haven't posted anything for a few days because the arrival of my sound fitted green Bachmann 121 prompted me to get on with making one circuit round Lower Thames Goods Shed useable as I had nowhere to test run it!

So now I have got the Wycombe branch through Branch platform circuit works although there are a couple of places where a loco stops more often than it runs through so tomorrow I hope to sort them out.

As well as testing the 121 I want to compare it with my Dapol version and my Hornby version of the Lima 121.
If all goes well I may manage to post a video comparison of them in a few days!
In addition to running them singly I want to test them with my driving trailer and a set of non motorized Lima 117s, as both these combinations are trains I want to run eventually on Lower Thames Yard, and I need to decide which 121 runs best with the driving trailer and the 117.

Yesterday I exchanged e mails with the guys down to build Lower Thames Yard for me. Since the onset of the Pandemic they have been building smaller layouts with the idea that they were more likely to get them completed if anyone fell ill after they had started them. This apparently has not been too successful, not through the onset of illness but through delays in the delivery of items ordered for them!

I am hoping that they will be able to start my job sometime in September.

Meanwhile, happy modelling!
Best regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 7:09 pm

Good Afternoon Everyone,

Took delivery today of a batch of TTS decoders from New Modellers Shop. They comprised a Hall, a Black 5, a Class 47 and a Class 66. The Class 66 is for the 2016 version of Lower Thames Yard.

Meanwhile, I am still solving running problem on the track of Lower Thames Goods Shed. I know it is the track because a number of locos hesitate at the same places.
I will have to replace a couple of lengths of track because they just refuse to wok consistently. I guess this is the sort of thing you have to expect when reusing old track! I thought at first it was the fishplates so I replaced them with new ones. This cured one track piece but not two others. I've looked at the track surface with a magnifying glass but cant see any faults. The only trouble with doing this is that I don't have any spares of the correct length so I will have to cut longer ones, which is more difficult as they are curves.

Still, I no point in grumbling because all the track and points I am using are 20+ years old and previously used on a number of small layouts.

Best regards
Paul

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Re: Lower Thames Yard

Postby Tallpaul70 » Sun Aug 09, 2020 4:25 pm

Hi All,
Have had a week off from modelling as there was a number of jobs around the house needing doing and we had thoughts of a few days away, hence no postings.
The jobs got done (just!) but the high temperatures put pay to thoughts of getting away particularly seeing the coast getting increasingly crowded.
So we have just chilled as much as possible (in the deep shade!) at home.

I was amused by the flurry of speculation around Bachmann's EFE Rail announcement, lets hope all the faults with some of the locos first time round have been cursed. Not much to interest me so far although I might go for a few of the weathered versions of the Kernow wagons. However, if more Kernow specials get a re run, could be interesting? Pity Hattons have the property on the 14xx, another run of those would be good!

Meanwhile , its on with the modelling job list including:-
Relay Thames Lower Goods Shed track,
More wagons to fit Kadees
Complete plans for the Goods Shed
Buy Hall TTS chips
etc. etc.

Hope everyone is fit and well and getting models completed, although this coming week will be challenging if we get the promised thunder storms!
Cheers
Paul


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