Hi Paul, Yes I watched Richard's video on that, the end result look well, but not worth the effort IMHO. Our 16.5mm gauge track still looks like narrow gauge, and few are going to the extreme hassle of re-gaugeing their locos and all their rolling stock to run on handbuilt 21mm track. So for me code 75 is the biz. A great selection of points. What's wrong with using it out of the packet?
i would watch carefully as with a much shorter run for sale and the only one to have original livery with modern detail it will proberly sell quickly it can be run on modern layouts as well as a bonus . re a second run of cravens i have asked but i believe the issue was interior exterior changes for the bar and diner
Hi guys & many thanks for all your help & suggestions, so tell me this, is Peco Code 75 Streamline & Flexitrack one & the same, as I’m thinking of using Peco Code 75 & has anyone seen what Everard Junction did by snipping the sleepers & spacing them to make the track appear more realistic..! It’s a long process but the end makes a difference,
Just a line to say that your videos don't come up on my Mac (the software I've got is probably pre-historic) - something about no video with supported format and MIME type found.
Just in case the problem isn't mine.
Your layout looks very good - as I said on another thread - I MUST get a backscene!
Thanks for the other video and pics.
I saw that you had posted so diagrams of the Hunslet locos (NIR Class 101).
I will shortly be receiving a set from SilverFox Models and I was wondering if you, or anyone else, might recommend a DCC sound module that I could use.
And, if anyone has any examples running, I'd very much like to get links, if possible, to pictures, videos, etc.
Hi John I was just having a look at the RM web site and I noticed it has your name for a possible D17 class steam loco kit? Did it ever happen or is there more research still to do.