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Two issues here: Overseas P&P - this is all explained under the Delivery Charges section of the T&C page on the website. Because of the way the site and my card agent work, I can't see any other way of doing it at present. Weight could be introduced as a variable, but not all the products ha...
- Tue Aug 05, 2008 7:11 pm
- Forum: Other Workshop Practice
- Topic: Soldering tiny components
- Replies: 8
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Holding tiny assemblies for soldering can be a bit of a problem. "Millboard matting" and "Soldering Honeycomb" have been suggested as good surfaces to solder on. See "Where to Get" 2006. (See the resources section of the web site if you missed this.) Soldering honeycom...
- Sun Jul 27, 2008 10:25 pm
- Forum: Railway Buildings
- Topic: Midland Railway coal drops
- Replies: 5
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Hi Alan There were quite a few in the London area: Camley Street by St Pancras had lots of course, but there were other depots around the place such as Walworth Road, just down from the Elephant & Castle on the LCDR line. This latter was featured in one of the magazines not so very long ago...b...
- Sun Jul 27, 2008 10:21 pm
- Forum: Track and Turnouts
- Topic: Turnout wiring / soldering
- Replies: 10
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I can see a need to revise that Digest! Anyone using C&L parts like to contribute alternative methods? Hope this helps a bit. If building on the bench, rather than in situ, when the turnout is finished, turn it upside down and solder the feeds/bonds directly to the underside of the rails, cutti...