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Do you ever regret starting on a job?
I think that’s how Himself is getting to feel about the process of replacing all the couplings on our fleet.
Most of the carriages have been done and now he’s ploughing through the freight stock.
It’s a slow process because the original Bemo couplings have to be removed with the minimum of damage, and it’s a two stage process to fix on the replacement Greenwich couplings - first with superglue and then with epoxy resin (just to be in the safe side).
You also have to ensure the coupling heights match perfectly before finally touching up any paint chips that appeared while all that was going on.
This article first appeared on bronhebog.blogspot.com
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