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Forum Ideas and Problems. / Re: Can I opt out of mobile view?
« Last post by Zogbert Splod on Today at 01:29:08 am »
Me too, I've done all the usual things, cleared the cache, ticked the 'request desktop view' box, and even removed and reinstalled the browser.  Still defaults to 'mobile'.  Mines not an iPad, it's an Android tablet but the same problem insists on returning.
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Forum Ideas and Problems. / Can I opt out of mobile view?
« Last post by Mustermark on Today at 01:21:55 am »
Just recently the forum has been continually defaulting to the mobile mode on my iPad. :no: It didn't used to. Is there any way I can opt out of this :hmmm:

because I don't like using it, it lacks a lot of functionality, and I think the red colour scheme is seriously bad for my eyes. :D

Please, please, please help. It's driving me nuts every time it does it.
 :helpneededsign:
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N Gauge Discussion / Re: 1930s road vehicles
« Last post by moogle on Today at 12:45:59 am »
P&D Marsh do a few, bullnose morris for example. http://www.pdmarshmodels.com/product_list.php?gauge='N'&cat2='70'

There's a HUGE list of vehicle manufacturers here: http://www.spur-n.com/ in the 'Enzyklopadie N-Autos' section. And I mean HUGE!

Hope it helps...
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General Discussion / Re: Carendt micro layouts no reply
« Last post by moogle on Today at 12:29:49 am »
Its not been the same since Carl died a few years back. It has, thankfully been kept going and is a good resource. I can only hope you get a reply soon.
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Layout Construction / Re: Kilnevan, late 1950's Irish branchline.
« Last post by moogle on Today at 12:23:31 am »
 :thankyousign: I wanted to make it a bit different. Clearances are ok, tried my longest coach and tallest loco and they thankfully seem ok!
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N Gauge Discussion / Re: 1930s road vehicles
« Last post by Quicknick on Today at 12:18:21 am »
Can anyone help me source some road vehicles appropriate to West Wales in the 1930s, please?  All I have found is a Langley Austin 7.
 :helpneededsign:

Hi There, this may help

R Parker Vehicles - Whitemetal Kits

NG-12 1938-48 Wolseley 18/85 saloon
NG-15 1935-38 Morris Eight saloon
NG-17 1935-38 Morris Eight 5cwt van
NG-18 1930s Austin Ten saloon
NG-19 1932 Morris 8cwt ‘Flat-nose’ van
NG-20 1931- 35 Bedford WLG dropside truck
NG-21 1933-37 Morris Commercial 2t van
NG-26   Bedford WLG Dropside Truck
NG-31   Single Horse 35cwt Parcels Van ST100
NG-32   Single Horse Milk Float / Cart
NG-29   Bullnose Morris Cowley
NG-36   Foden 12-Ton 6 Wheel Steam Wagon
NG-28   Fordson 7V Heavy Pump Fire Appliance (1939)

I have some of these kits, not made up yet but look pretty good, and match my ERA for pre WW2.

Regards
Nick
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A very interesting video. Thanks for posting!  :thumbsup:
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I'm considering diving deeper into the steam world. I have an awesome Union Mills loco, and have recently had it DCC'd, but although that loco is without fault performance-wise, the Union Mills line is limited and I'd like to strike out.

However, this board is littered with threads detailing the woes of N Gauge Steam ownership. This has me scared to death, which is why I went with UM to begin with.

My question is more or less a straw-poll: Which is best/most reliable? I'm interested in ones that are DCC plug-in ready. Pulling power is important, but reliability is more so. Ordering from the US, I'm trying to limit/eliminate all instances of sending things in for repair (to the tune of $22.50 per shipment!).

Thanks, all!
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General Discussion / Re: Carendt micro layouts no reply
« Last post by Ian Bowden on Yesterday at 11:52:51 pm »
Hi for about a month now I have been trying to upload files to the site Carendt .com which is about Micro and small layouts

I am using We-transfer as suggested by them  but they do not download my files or reply in anyway

Anybody know if this is usual.Am I doing something wrong or do i just need to persevere with   submission@carendt.com

Thanks Steve
Just looked briefly at the site. It appears not to be regularly updated, the last news item is dated January 2015 while the last item is dated march 2017. If you are modelling in N gauge - here is the best forum you will find.
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N Gauge Discussion / 1930s road vehicles
« Last post by LAandNQFan on Yesterday at 11:44:18 pm »
Can anyone help me source some road vehicles appropriate to West Wales in the 1930s, please?  All I have found is a Langley Austin 7.
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