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Military / Re: Munitions trains - barrier vehicles?
« Last post by Steven B on Today at 09:40:41 AM »
The Farish War office tank wagons weren't used to carry expolosives - they were used for carrying Benzole - also known as motor spirit

As they carry a Class A product - flash point below 23C (73F) - they'd need barrier wagons at both ends. Vans or opens would be used depending on what was available but opens were more common; 

https://bachmann-collectorsclub.co.uk/products/past-products/n-scale-14-ton-tank-wagon-triple-pack.html

Steven B
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Electronics / Re: A quick question on wiring leds
« Last post by Torchy85 on Today at 09:31:39 AM »
One thing I would say is just solder resister to the same leg  +ve or -ve on all the LED's. No real reason but it will  possibly look a little neater that way  ;) and may help wiring if you add more LED's  :)
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N Gauge Discussion / Re: preferences for storing locos
« Last post by daveg on Today at 09:26:22 AM »
Like Dr Al, I keep all my locos in their original boxes which are then stored in Really Useful mobile drawer units.

Usually laid on their sides so I can find what I'm looking for pretty quickly. It's not caused a problem so far.

Dave G

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General Discussion / Re: Unhappy Thread
« Last post by Delboy on Today at 09:25:32 AM »
Hi Bob,
Sorry to hear your sad news.
I second what everyone else has said.
Regards to you and yours at this sad time.
Dennis.
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N Gauge Discussion / Re: Graham Farish Class 350 4 Car EMU 350407
« Last post by captainelectra on Today at 08:59:14 AM »
I’m actually fairly indifferent, I think I’ve got 7 350s, was merely observing a reason I think the first batch sold slowly and why I anticipate the TPE batch being the same.

Particularly when you could pick up a 350 for around £100 and a set of Electra Rail vinyls for £18.00. I think the RTR one might struggle, particularly as they will have been replaced by the new 397s when the model appears.
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N Gauge Discussion / Re: preferences for storing locos
« Last post by David Asquith on Today at 08:08:11 AM »
I like to see my stock on display on the layout.  The ones that I haven´t space for I keep in Mill Lane sidings cassettes which I think are excellent and I enjoyed building.

http://www.mill-lane-sidings.co.uk/mlscassette.html



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Buildings / Re: In The Greenwood laser kits
« Last post by Bealman on Today at 08:05:30 AM »
Sounds good to me  :beers:
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Buildings / Re: In The Greenwood laser kits
« Last post by Mike Hamilton on Today at 08:01:14 AM »
I've done white primer inside my buildings. I was thinking about card 'rooms' as well.

I'm also looking to hook the room lighting up to an Arduino. I've got a rudimentary program that runs a 'railway clock' at four times normal speed and can switch LEDs on and off according to the time of day. I need to work on that so that it can control more than eight LEDs though.... I know what I need to do with the Arduino Sketch to make that happen...

That sounds good.  Ive not considered using an Arduino for lighting. I have a couple of  Arduinos kicking around and want to do a raising barrier to allow access to a private siding.  I’ve got some code, which needs tweaking, but the basics are there.
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I hope that, in the new year, you can get your house move sorted and get back to normal (whatever that may be).
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N Gauge Discussion / Re: preferences for storing locos
« Last post by longbow on Today at 01:00:24 AM »
Most locos spend months on their sides in their original packaging before purchase, so no qualms there.

I use KR Multicase with stock on its side. For locos I put strips of overhanging freezer bag plastic into the tray slots to make removal easier.
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