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  1. Clearly , for anyone who has an existing layout and fleet , it might be a difficult and or expensive conversion. but for anyone starting out it would be very interesting . Other manufacturers like Bemo work in more than 1 gauge .
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QY_mamm09CM
  3. Hello Galteemore, it will be some 00 coaches . perhaps the question is , will brass outlast plasticard ?
  4. Hello all , if a fella was thinking of scratch building some rolling stock and wanted it to last a very long time , would he do it in brass or plastic ? any thoughts ?
  5. Hello all, just wondering if anyone has ever bought the shapeways version of the above coaches ? what is the surface finish like ?
  6. on another post the term "cattle loco " has been used . Which steam loco would be the most usual for a train of CIE cattle wagons ?
  7. Any thoughts as to whether these would be suitable for Irish lines ? https://www.hattons.co.uk/newsdetail.aspx?id=895&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=mar-376-hattonsgenesisengineeringsamples&utm_content=top5features&fbclid=IwAR2bcKWi5id7Yq7o9FR55QRkYzcOxcySae-2YJjMimMK6Y7w_1ReA2-oRsQ
  8. Does it use a 42 ft flat wagon ?
  9. Many thanks for your help. there are a couple of photos on this page where the roof of the building in the background matches the one in my photo. This suggests it was taken at the Templeogue depot . http://www.tramwaybadgesandbuttons.com/page148/page149/styled-238/page661.html
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