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Don't know if its been mentioned but there was also a rail served Dairy @ Windsor (just Sydney side of the station) - I think the building is still there but not sure what it used for.

Also conside ...

If you're looking for signs then some of the photo web pages can be a great source, eg: [url=https://s86.photobucket.com/user/usnvet76/media/mixads8.jpg.html]https://s86.photobucket.com/user/usnvet76/ ...

Steve_W's advise has been great, only thing I would suggest is to use an Etch Primer for the metal (Brass) bits, it's normally a spray on though it could be brushed, cleanup is normally Metho. - his a ...

[quote=Robh]I am interested in modeling the Spirit of Progress as it run in the 70's and 80's but am unable to locate a power van for the model.

I recently participated in a bidding war on EBay for ...

[quote=SAR523]Does anyone know more about the plans for the E and O bogie wagons?

I have an email from Ron from some time ago that Pheonix was going to make them (I ordered them back in the day), b ...

[quote=a6et][quote]Hi Oscar

Yes, the white plug piece attached to the locomotive is very loose in its receptacle in the tender, sliding around. I expect to be busy with other stuff for a bit, but wi ...

[quote=ajbrown][quote]I understand the RH 4 wheel cements hoppers were due to be here Jan/Feb but nothing on the the Eureka site, so does anyone know when the RH's are due here?[/quote]The grapevine t ...

I understand the RH 4 wheel cements hoppers were due to be here Jan/Feb but nothing on the the Eureka site, so does anyone know when the RH's are due here?

[quote=Robh]Regarding the Eureka 59 Class. I have had my money down in full for this model for 2 1/2 years now.

Nothing has been heard since about this model. Have any members of this forum heard ...

[quote=catchpoint][quote]At $770.00 as pre-delivery price, I would say that the model was waiting on a surf rescue team to bail it out. At the price that Wombat are asking for their model, its not li ...

[quote=DJPeters]Wait a minute you mean to tell me that the cars have had the body dispatched without the underframe and bogies on them. Then you are buying a kit of them if that is the case, but what ...

Mine turned up in the mail today.  However sans frames and bogies as ordered at the same time.  Will have to chase up where they are.  Confused
Happy mainlining,

John

c3526blue

Hi John,

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[quote=kingfisher][quote]Eureka have taken delivery of their 72' cars, the ACS, MAL & AB - picked up mine today & they look nice.

Cheers Alex.[/quote]It's just a pity that there are no order forms ...

Eureka have taken delivery of their 72' cars, the ACS, MAL & AB - picked up mine today & they look nice.

Cheers Alex.

[quote=Poath Junction]Hair spray is simply lacquer/varnish with some nice perfume to disguise the smell. head to bunnings or officeworks to buy the same adhesive sprays without perfumes and it's 1/3 t ...

Gremlin,

My layout is made using L-Girder topped with 12mm (C-D grade) Ply, braced every 450 odd mm, in one spot I have a a siding where the ply is only the width of the track + 10mm, this was not br ...

[quote=Gremlin]I am interested in modelling Mudgee station, loco and sidings; I have assorted track plans ranging from 1945 to around 1985.

I am looking for the following:

[ul][li]photos of the st ...

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If only I had a mini ballast crusher Smile

Markfresh

Many years ago whilst on site at a quarry for my previous employer they had a mini crusher, so after I finished work for the day  ...

[quote=lkernan]I love it. Years of work, multiple samples signed off. Lots of back and forward.

And the final colour choice comes down to three samples in different lighting from poor smartphone p ...

Posted 10 May 2017 13:35 in Model Railways - General Discussions by railmod

If you're near the Penrith area there is a place near there that sells [color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto, wf_SegoeUI, "Segoe UI", Segoe, "Segoe WP", Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif]iso propyl at ...

Brunnel Hobbies make a Corrugated Iron maker (http://www.brunelhobbies.com.au/ironmaker/ironmaker.htm)- basically 2 pieces of Acrylic/perspex/plastic with the corrugation 'engraved', the iron (alfoil) ...

[quote=c3526blue][quote][quote]Hi,

My pair of JHG arrived yesterday and had a trial run on our club layout last night.

Interestingly the tail lighting circuits have a flicker free effect, but ...

[quote=NSW3802][quote][quote]These errors are the trade off you have to accept when a manufacturer rushes to get a new model completed quickly, without enough time being expended on checking things be ...

[quote=Dazz]I have been looking at some previous preproduction photos, it is interesting looking at the fit and finish of the chimney, and thus the following comment, it would appear that the producti ...

[quote=CraigW]I am not sure where you would get the notion that an original framed 32 class is only important for the pre ww2 period. The original framed locos still formed a very substantial group o ...

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