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Dazz

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thinking way way way outside the box here, but guaranteed almost no mess.

Cut out your 60mm wide and 1000mm long section from the board completely using a sharp knife or blade, push entire section  ...

I’ve got some locomotives that are excess to my requirements these days, so I’m putting them up for sale. They are all brand-new never been out of the box, HO scale DC only.

2 x Ixion NSWGR 32- ...

my 3 sound equipped 40's arrived today.

a review of sorts on You Tube, not by me (mine have not arrived yet), just something I saw I thought might be of interest.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_7BocVujj4



https://www.youtube.com/wa ...

At LAST ........ I now know who Dazz is!
ajbrown
bugger, my secret is out!

The first issue of the Australian Model Railway Magazine I purchased was Issue 127, August 1984, bought at St George Hobbies at Sans Souci when I was 13 years old. At that time I'd developed a strong  ...

I wonder if the sound equipped 40-class shipment arrived as per the previous post, and if so how the distribution is going?

Has anybody else received their 40-class yet?

I built a small 1200 x 600 N-scale layout that I put inside a coffee table, I used a combination of 11 inch and 9-3/4 inch set track curves as well as Flex track, this seemed to work okay with running ...

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

An Old Friend Returns:

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[quote=meh]That bottom photo is mine [i]Dazz, [/i]and indeed they are a great model. Saw one running around a layout too and it was performing smoothly and quietly.

Mine hasn't had a run yet but in ...

it would seem Eureka have shifted a few blue 40-class over the weekend, a few have popped up on social media, people seem happy with them.

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http://eurekamodels.blogspot.com.au/

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Liverpool Exhibition here we come.

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[quote=NSW3802]If you have a look at a new post of Models for Sale there is a link to a Flicka pake that has a photo of Mansfield Brass 40 class diesels. The gap from the buffer beam to the bogies is ...

[quote=M636C]The 40 class is an RSC-3

The RSD-4 and RSD-5, while the same overall length, had bogies that were entirely different, with three motors each and with pivot points that were much closer ...

This is probably one of the better pictures from almost dead side on at foot plate level, showing the distance between the front of the bogie side frames and the pilot/buffer beam.

Looking at the r ...

there is a valid reason for the space between the bogie frames and the pilot/buffing plates, the 40-class is basically an American RSC-3 (or variants there of), the cabin reshaped to fit out tighter l ...

Is the gap between the front on the Eureka 40 class bogie and the back of the buffer plate excessive compared to the 1:1 version?  Or is it just the photo angle?
NSWGRules
looking at lo ...

Another picture showing the same relativity between the height of the brake cylinders and air reservoir.

4001, 4520 & 44211 at Tarana by Les 'LowndesJ515' Coulton (flickr)

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This is another photo from Flickr (photo credit below) showing how the brake cylinders and cylindrical air reservoir are basically in line, which looks very different on the model.

4001 Approachi ...

I have looked at a lot of photographs over the past few days, and from what I can see the major issue definitely looks to be the gap between the bogie side frames and the running boards.

Looking at ...

I really hate being a "basher", easy to sit on the sidelines and "count rivets", but you would think something as obvious as the "height above the  bogies" would be one of the most fundamental things  ...



I would like to think that the ride height will be okay, but I fear what we are seeing is what we are going to get, And it is not even remotely close to correct.

To be fair, looking back, every sin ...

I would like to think that the ride height will be okay, but I fear what we are seeing is what we are going to get, And it is not even remotely close to correct.

To be fair, looking back, every sin ...

[quote=a6et]I was not going to comment, but there are some bloopers with the models, the wording that comes with the blog says they are production models, I certainly hope that's not the case owing to ...

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