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Driff_Charlie wrote:well I HAVE TO admit to liking Michael's trackplan..it is the same size and layout as my Barton Ings layout, except for the green spur (which as it happens I am about to add that spur along the back, just so I can have another train ready to use!!!) ....
michael wrote:Hi Tom, I agree that you are off to a good start. At the risk of being presumtious,
KeithB wrote:Artizen wrote:Ah - so the Politically Correct Police haven't got to your area yet!
michael wrote:Tom I am happy that you are OK with my mucking about with your Idea. regarding the crossing of standard and narrow gauge tracks I have always been rather fond of this one
which follows along the lines of your comment about going under the track. If you did do that it would also accomplish the rather difficult transition to the "other side" The standard gauge side could have the track running along a section of elevated track and the divider could be a building flat. on the Mine side the line can be going into a tunnel.
rockershovel wrote:ball clay was mined underground at Hemerdon at one time; also Fuller's Earth in the Bath area
This is only a 3-feet gauge 20 f. narrow gauge waggon. Standard gauge would be twice the seize.
michael wrote:Hi Tom
The model was based on this site,
daddyharry wrote:Michael, I don`t want to look like a nit-picker, but the tracks are too close to the concrete wall. IIRC the distance should be something like one sleepers width.
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