Andy C wrote:If you want to see it you will have to come to the Manchester Show!
Andy C wrote:Its a stock thing to be honest Alan - I just got fed up of having to convert enough stock to EM to run on it - and Im still at it even now although the end is in sight - until i see a new loco i want on it!! OO would have cut the construction time down by half at least and a bit more instantaneous running with it. Still so long as i dont change era / location i will have enough EM stock to last me the rest of my life, bring on the P4 layout!! (its much smaller)
Completely different subject, your "to err is human to arr is pirate" (or something like that, don't think I have got it quite right) always made me laugh, did you invent it yourself or if not where did it come from?
Andy C wrote:Im also of a mind to change locos in the fiddleyard when a train has been round the circuit to make it appear different
westerner wrote:Re the handling of stock conundrum, I was wondering if the Peco loco lift might be of use or DCC cocepts motive power depot boxes reviewed in Oct Hornby mag (apparantly they can be converted to EM one draw back they do seem expensive there are three version 360mm, 460mm and 560mm long The latter pictured holding a 2car 108 DMU
Steve P wrote:Really good to see this in the magazine Andy, I like the Northwest we have family in the area. One litle thing, the pics are a bit small
Bryn Mawr wrote:Again, the question...where are all the photos?
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