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At Wells, at the weekend, I saw a AJ bending jig which Brian Pearce had. He thought it could be made using micro bore tube and my friend bought some from Finney & Smith to build one.
- Thu Jul 31, 2008 4:13 pm
- Forum: Other Buildings and Scenery
- Topic: Brummie roads
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You may have already been down this route but here goes. In a previous existence, i.e. when I worked for a living, I was looking for the date when a hospital gated a road that ran through its site and converted it into a car park, for want of a better word. I was told that this would have been sanct...
- Sun Jul 27, 2008 8:11 am
- Forum: Track and Turnouts
- Topic: Turnout wiring / soldering
- Replies: 10
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When we were wiring up the turnouts on Hallatrow we drilled a small hole adjustant to the timber were the C&L copper clad had been stuck with epoxy e.g. the vee, and soldered the dropper straight on top and then added the cosmetic chairs. Once we had tested the layout the copper clad was painted...
- Wed Jul 23, 2008 3:04 pm
- Forum: Railmotors, Railcars and Multiple Units
- Topic: ex-SR Hampshire Unit (2H)
- Replies: 3
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I am building a Southern Pride 2H and have been looking at the Hampshire & Sussex Units Preservation Society website. The photos of the non-driving end view of one their coaches http://www.hsups.org/60122_details_2.htm shows that the two coaches were joined using a buckeye coupling. Has anyone a...