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 Posted: Tue Jan 8th, 2019 10:36 pm
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Maxmill version III? I think you’ll enjoy the build Peter while you wait for a bigger space. Solid woodwork too! Looking forward to the story.
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Ed wrote: Good luck with it Peter, don't think you'll be running any A3s :mutley


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Don't hold your breath Ed - as it's my plank, rule 1 will apply.  I have a vision of a Gresley "Streak" shunting a rake of cattle wagons ........................ :roll: :roll: :lol:



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Longchap wrote: As Ed said Peter, but those W4 0-4-0 Pecketts are simply delightful.

Just sayin' :)

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With my track laying, I'm not sure 4 wheels would provide enough pickups Bill. :shock: :shock: :shock:  If I used an A3 for the loco, the "3 wagons plus loco" rule for the puzzle would give me a head start .................... ;-)

I a previous life, Darlington Railway Preservation Society did have a Peckett in steam so yes, I agree, they are excellent shunting locos.  It's a possibility I think. :thumbs



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BCDR wrote: Nice looking base. Which side does the track go?  :hmm Go on, paint it red, white and blue. Or just red and white.
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The pretty bit is the underside Nigel.  If I were modelling US outline, I suppose I could sit a big diamond crossing in the middle and see what happened if I released a loco from each "arm" all at once ................6 locos racing for the crossing reminds me of driving in Italy ..................... :cheers



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The plan is Marty, to try to incorporate this plank in the next Maxmill plan.  I already have my Maxmill module from the Cornwall show, Doug's mill and the infamous "Mind the gap" tube module so it will just be like joining the pieces of a jigsaw by the time I've finished !

I reckon with that lot, half my track plan is already done - just joining the dots really ............................



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Oh good, I'm glad you kept those quality bits of your layout... sounds like a good plan to me... just keep adding modules... what's not to like  :lol:



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