new plan -no name yet

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martink wrote:Looking good.

Ozrail's four wheelers should work OK with the tight curves, as long as the train is fairly short. They would also solve your coupler spring shortage, since it is best to leave the springs off of theirs.
Thanks for that , am waiting on one of his packs of 7 wagons - in transit as I type this. :D
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Planning department have decided that no building is to be allowed on the open space behind the station. Will be a green space :roll:
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Due to inconsistant running of the fire engine, plus I need to do more tests with other vehicles the roadway is not being fixed on this layout.
A bit more done scenic wise, all vehicles in photo's are from the forum shop and have been glued in place.
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Typical bank holiday - nowhere open yet and camera batteries have died. :x
Photos will appear later.
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Forgot to get batteries when out shopping a Shapeway's order arrived today and I can confirm that the Nuclear Flask wagons handle the 70mm radius curves perfectly.
Another useful trick on the flask wagons is to cut one of the adjustable chassis weights to 5mm long and it fits in the recess where the flask would be. :idea:
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As promised some more photos.
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Pictures with a train :shock:
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Not much more i can do on this.
The surprise element is in the photos, one clue -it is not the sort of structure you would expect given the rest of the buildings :roll:
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