it was good to see the dvr locos rollingstock ect there, it was different and i noticed alot of people were amazed when they saw the engine of the Y class. The N scale miniture railway was good also
To be slighty picky, the DVR model miniature railway would be N gauge, not N scale. If it was N scale, the track would be about 1mm gauge.
... Oh yeah everyone who saw that Y class should know that is unique. it alone with Andrew's X class and a South Australian 900 class owned by Michael someone thay all have MU (Mulity Unit Running) and if u come down to the pine loop event at DVR you will probally see them in action. It produces some good photo options. Anything to Add or correct David?
To be slightly more (or less depending on one's point of view) picky, you really should check out the meaning of the word "unique". A loco with unique MU ability would be quite pointless.
In any case, there are probably hundreds or MU capable miniature locos around the world. Perhaps the 3 you mention have a MU system that is unique to them alone. Or unique to DVR. Perhaps some clarification would help. I'd be interested to know what the situation really is.
ps. Yes, I was at Box Hill Monday afternoon.