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 Posted: Tue Sep 17th, 2019 07:44 pm
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Hi All.  I don’t sleep through the night at the best of times, but last night the workers were out doing their job with one of their modern machines, and woke me up, it sounded like an early episode of Doctor Who as it marched along the track. Ah well now I am awake, I thought that had better have “tea and biscuits “ as it was 03.00 hundred hours, I had plenty of time to go back to sleep. Now for the up to date Modeller, does anyone do a ready to run, or kit?Best wishes Kevin 



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Heres one Kevin

https://www.hattons.co.uk/26925/bachmann_branchline_36_165a_plasser_tamper_track_maintenance_machine_motorised_/stockdetail.aspx




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Hi Brian.  Thank you for your reply. Now that I have seen this one,it looks very old fashioned? But, maybe that is the type that they were using. Of course one could always have a “Railway Replacement Bus “ service as a diorama.Best wishes Kevin 



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There are a number of different track maintenance machines Kevin that is just one type the plasser tamper.

There are track replacement and tracklaying machines amongst other things.

They are all Yellow

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