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AdelaideHills

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[quote=SA_trains]Hmmmm..... But the announcement also says nothing really. "delivery first quarter" Well that is any time before the end of March! Shocked Just as well I have HEAPS of patience! Laughing ...

[quote=Poath Junction]I did a quick test of my factory fitted sound L's yesterday. Under DCC control you have fully access to light functions allowing it to run prototypically (or unprototypically) as ...

I know that a dummy is not a hugh saving but compared to a sound fitted loco it could be remarkable:

- you don't need any current pickup which is wheel contacts and wiring

- no motor, no gearwheels, ...

GM and S classes would be really great and I would buy several of those!

But from Auscision only if they will not force me into expensive sound fitted models!!!

I must not have two AN green/gold  ...

Does the "retooling of the chassis for the renown Trainorama 44, etc" mean they may have solved the split gear problem?

Can only hope.

Piston

This means basically a reto ...

Hi all,

that's a great addition for my steel train but as a modeler without any others to share sets I'm struggling with the fact that I would like to get various cars but must always buy 4-sets. T ...

[quote=John_Bushell]Bill, I have noticed my 48s are a bit light on their feet. Normally operate with another 48 or a 45. Double headed they will pull any reasonable train. If single I would only lo ...

[quote=TheBlacksmith]The material of choice for wheels has been nickel-silver for a very long time, however NS has become very hard to get in Australia, you have to buy around 5 tonnes of it in a mini ...

The licence issue is one thing but I remember that I discussed this with J.E. many years ago - topic was printing methods.

Any conventional pad printing was (or still is today) not suitable to do su ...

When I check the SSR loco fleet and compare with the models which have already been done or announced then signs are not too bad that a modern GM class loco will come one day. The current active fleet ...

There are some rights issues that impact products RMM had announced (eg SCT class locos).
Poath Junction
Well, the branding or licencing issue! This can have many faces:

I'm also work ...

Hi Alan,

from time to time I'm in contact with staff of MiWuLa and I'll try to find some information for you. May 5th is a weekday with no school holidays in Germany at that time so the queue should  ...

Hi Folks,

I made some research to see pictures of 42103 in QRN livery but most pictures show the road number on the side wall of the driver cab. Auscision answered on Faceake that they do it withou ...

[quote=CLF6]As a guess, I would say tooling is the primary issue. The changes made since the original layout of these locos in more recent years, before and after re-branding into GWA include; dual ma ...

[quote=Roachie]Order Form for the 830 isn't up on their web site yet. I was going to print a copy from their Faecesbook page but when I right clicked on the mouse whilst hovering over the Order page, ...

[quote=trainsguy]I sent an e-mail to the folks at Auscision when the VR X Class was put in there blog and mentioned about the 45's being used as a base for a SAR 600 class. The answer I got was from M ...

G'day,

the whole thing is a mystery for me. Not much information, not many pictures! As I'm living on the other side of the globe is there anybody out there who can give me some 1st hand informatio ...

Yes, however the CQBY's release showed parts fragility issues that need to be overcome when a 5 pack is attempted - the wagons need to be detailed yet robust enough to survive when handled. That's har ...

Hi folks,funny to read some comments on the oncoming N passenger coaches although nobody of us knows what we can see on their website. As there are not many different car types shown, these might just ...

Hi All,my guess would be rather a GL class. I remember to have seen it listed somewhere in an advertising...Happy new year!Thomas

It is indeed the new c44aci model, saw it with my own eyes this morning. All liveries are apparently being done so definitely looking forward to some CEY's and 6020s. Also the phth hoppers are also ap ...

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