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- Mon Nov 19, 2018 5:28 pm
- Forum: OO 4mm/ft, EM & S4/P4
- Topic: ScotRail push/pull sets.
- Replies: 2
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Can anyone tell me where the first class coach was placed in the Mk2 and Mk3 sets? The photos I have show it doesn't sit either behind the loco or the driving trailer.
- Thu Nov 08, 2018 10:50 am
- Forum: The Mess Room
- Topic: Runaway train........a big one
- Replies: 12
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When I was out there at the Ausrail exhibitions in 2011/13, I recall there was talk from Rio Tinto Zinc of this line being remote controlled and therefore driverless. As this issue seems to be down to human error, it may accelerate the driverless option for the company.
- Thu Nov 08, 2018 9:24 am
- Forum: Layout Track & Design
- Topic: What makes a good layout?
- Replies: 33
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Following on from MG's question further down the column, it got me thinking about what we look for and appreciate most. Let me start by saying I am at best an average modeller and I can enjoy seeing both tailchasers and end to end layouts. Of the top of my head, I will list a few of the areas I find...
Has anyone successfully close coupled OR Mk3 coaches? I'm considering a rake but really dislike gaps between coaches. I have a quite tight curve into my fiddle yard and find the Bachmann semi-permanent works well on my Mk1 & Mom sets, but I'm not wanting to invest before knowing there is a solution.
I have had European layouts in the past and have used Fleischmann profi and Roco couplings; I think the visual benefit of close coupling is huge. Now I model British outline and have found the European couplings simply won't work. What I have done is to use Bachmann semi permanent close couplings, w...