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Thanks Alan for some really great drawings
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Some great stuff here Allan, many thanks! I have long been an admirer of your work

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Excellent reference works Allan - I can see this thread being "thumbed" many times .............:thumbs:thumbs

But then I see we have to do the algebra ..................."Find the value of "A" and "B" etc.   :lol::lol::lol::lol:



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I can also recommend Jack Nelson's "LNWR PORTRAYED"  which gives plans for modellers for loads of railway structures, many of which apply to other railway regions.



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rhiwderin_ray wrote: I can also recommend Jack Nelson's "LNWR PORTRAYED"  which gives plans for modellers for loads of railway structures, many of which apply to other railway regions.
I presume you have to buy that Ray :shock:..............Allan's have come free ........;-):lol:



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Well worth the money, Peter !   :lol::lol::thumbs
But I must say that Allan's knowledge, experience and patience is a great asset to the forum...  :doublethumb



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rhiwderin_ray wrote: Well worth the money, Peter !   :lol::lol::thumbs
But I must say that Allan's knowledge, experience and patience is a great asset to the forum...  :doublethumb

 Thanks for the kind words Ray, but don't believe  EVERYTHING I say, it could be bad for your health!

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