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- Tue Apr 16, 2019 3:25 pm
- Forum: Railways & Layouts
- Topic: The Candleford Green Light Railway
- Replies: 14
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It's a good start. I was thinking of using blocks for the permanent way, but by using similar method to you I may get something running much quicker.
Personal experience of using SBR and a variety of ballast materials has given me an insight into what works and what is less likely to. My own first attempt was to use horticultural grit, which I took a long time to sieve out the larger lumps and only use the smaller. I quite liked the appearance o...
- Sun Apr 07, 2019 1:22 pm
- Forum: Quarterly Garden Railway Gallery
- Topic: Quarterly Garden Railway Gallery - June 2019 Entries
- Replies: 22
- Views: 487
- Sat Apr 06, 2019 5:50 pm
- Forum: Off-Topic
- Topic: Disasters, Out-takes, Accidents, Fails etc.
- Replies: 15
- Views: 323
No pictures, but my Lady Anne has had a badly bent buffer beam when it derailed and hit a very substantial bridge support. It also suffered a dent, since removed in the tank side when it fell from an elevated section of a friend's railway.
Steve, I am not an engineer, I haven't worked in, or for, industry. It doesn't stop me from following your threads and builds with interest. I doubt I will ever own a lathe, pillar drill or any other type of engineering machinery but there are still things I can learn and I enjoy seeing something co...
- Thu Apr 04, 2019 4:34 pm
- Forum: Help & Advice
- Topic: Working with Concrete Block
- Replies: 22
- Views: 708