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at which point it took off like a cork from a bottle.
dunnyrail wrote:Hi I have just started to look at this Forum having been interested in all Railway Tiny for some time. Too late now sadly but the point lever problem may have been solved with a 00 Wrenn Point Lever, I use these on my 0 Gauge Light Railway and they just look the bizo. For Live Frog Power change I made up switches from 2 very small brass roundhead shrews and a wiper from the blade with some fine flat Nickel Silver. Simples, though in your case you could have put a small Micro Switch changed by the point operating sleeper and all hidden under some wood ( removable to service) .
If I could work out how to add pcs I would post a couple for you. Perhaps I should start a small thread on just that subject.
Blackcloud Railways wrote:Excellent.
Just needs a small child crying inconsolably while his dog licks up a dropped ice-cream cone to complete the seaside atmosphere.
Steve Bennett wrote:One suggestion I would make, would to pile a little sand up against the base of the wall below the ladder. It would lose the dark line between the blocks of stone and bed it in better.
Ian-IoM wrote:There's an even bigger gap hidden behind the rocks, that's why the photo was taken from low down . I will build up the sand a bit more to reduce it but the wall has to be removable so I can't lose the gap completely, perhaps a bit of seaweed could mask the join...
btw, you're right Steve - it is a dried natural product I used for the seaweed, not plastic, but it had been died a very unnatural looking bright green.
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