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 Posted: Fri Jun 6th, 2014 01:08 am
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Nice little layout.
Good for those with not much space and some "How to do it" tips.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=budIYGS6COo

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 Posted: Fri Jun 6th, 2014 05:32 am
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Great little shunting layout with lots of little scenic details. Thanks for posting Alan.

I would like to know how the wagons uncouple as there are no 'conventional uncoupling ramps' visible... :hmm

Cheers, Gary.



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They are standard small tension lock couplings and as the video seems to be cut at each uncoupling move I would guess they are uncoupled by hand.



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Hi Alan,

Great video with loads of great shunting moves. A pleasure to watch. Also the ease with which it is assembled. Looks like very reliable joints etc .

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Interesting video........lots of old favourites in Green to be seen and admired :lol:.............  Thanks for posting Alan-2

I looked very carefully for any sign of uncoupling ramps or pistons but couldnt spot anything.

I am afraid that Andy (Campavan) is correct::cry:

Campaman wrote: They are standard small tension lock couplings and as the video seems to be cut at each uncoupling move I would guess they are uncoupled by hand.



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