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 Posted: Mon Oct 15th, 2007 10:16 am
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Here's a small piece of software for measuring the speed of your model trains. I've no idea of how accurate it is but it should give some idea. Fun anyway.

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 Posted: Sun Apr 25th, 2010 10:39 am
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I know it is not a piece of "software" but here is a way of calculating speed using not much more than a few dogspikes...

http://www.xdford.digitalzones.com/modelrr10.htm

Hope this is useful but would like the feedback,

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 Posted: Sun Apr 25th, 2010 11:25 am
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Not opeing on the right page mate. Its asking about loans.

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 Posted: Sun Apr 25th, 2010 11:29 am
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Sorry Phil and everyone I left out two little r's on the web site link it should work now!

Thanks Phil,

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xdford wrote: Sorry Phil and everyone I left out two little r's on the web site link it should work now!

Thanks Phil,

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Still not right Trevor sorry.

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Try again... I did not realise there was an imbedded link ... now it should work!

Thanks again Phil,

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:doublethumbwonderfull you cracked it thanks i read it later.

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That looks like fun Bob - and dead easy too. :thumbs



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Thanks, Bob.  I've got a speed trap built in to my layout, but it will be very interesting to see just how accurate it really is.  :thumbs



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