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You're right Jeff - the lack of insulators is not evident at all.  It looks good and, if your spacing is by eye, please may I borrow your eyes !!

The wall mounted cables on the tube system are almost as well known as the LT device - looking forward to further progress.



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All I can say to that, Peter is to quote William "Mate" Cobblers from the Goon Show:

"Me eyes ain't what they used ter be, mate. Naahhh. Used ter be me ears!"



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I've just started adding the third rail to my mainline, so i know what you mean about those little "pots" - very frustratiing.  For a difficult to reach curve at the rear corner I dispensed with them and did as you have.  At the moment the insulators look quite good as they are still white, but I think that when everything is painted and weathered they will disappear and make me wonder why I bothered!
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