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 Posted: Sat Feb 15th, 2020 10:43 pm
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Hi All.  This subject may have been touched on previously? But, in my headlong dash to get back into model Railways after 40 odd years, I wrote to Hattons, and purchased some green carriages and a school’s class Loco. Whosoever packed my carriages got into a right old pickle and I ended up with more brake carriages than required?      Anyway is there anyone on the YMRC forum that could identify these carriages for me. Best wishes Kevin 



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Post the code numbers off the box Kevin then someone can identify them.


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Try the packing slip from Hattons. Should tell you what you bought.

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If they're green Kevin, they'll do for Southern Region - no class down there ! …………………... :mutley :mutley :mutley



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Petermac wrote: If they're green Kevin, they'll do for Southern Region - no class down there ! …………………... :mutley :mutley :mutley

Oi!!! 

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Hi Brian, Nigel, Petermac and Jeff.   Thank you all for your replies. Hopefully , I shall be feeling fitter after my.   “TAVI procedure on Friday 21 February, but,at the time of writing I am not feeling up to rummaging around to answer your posts, suffice to Hattons were not the only supplier of the Hornby coaches. Best wishes Kevin 



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That should help with your breathlessness Kevin and you should be home after a few days, so you look forward to getting upstairs to the planks again soon.

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Hi Bill.  Thank you for your reply. I do hope that you are correct, I thought that five weeks was enough? But two months over November and December in 2019 was much to much for me. Best wishes Kevin



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Hi Kevin,
You did say Hattons. You could just go on line and look at SR coaches. Should give you an idea.

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Hi Bill Thank you for your reply. By the I have had my TAVI procedure, the surgery went well, before I went into the theatre the surgeon explained my choices and why I have to go through with . I was awake all the time as he said that I would be. Best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Kevin and welcome back! Glad to hear that all went well and that you can now concentrate on regaining your strength.

Hopefully not long now until you can get to your railway.

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Hi Kevin - glad surgery went well.  Hopefully you will soon be back to full strength and cracking on with your layout.  Just remember to do what the doctors tell you - short term pain for long term gain!!
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Hi Michael.  Thank you for your reply. I am well experienced at following orders , when I am told to rest.Best wishes Kevin 



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