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 Posted: Mon May 23rd, 2022 04:47 am
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Sorry to hear you have movement issues :(
These seem to have worked for my draw bridge with rails lining up.
Fairly reasonable cost too
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Hi Peterm.  If one has a stay alive fitted in a Loco, how does one halt the Loco at a station or signal. Best wishes Kevin 



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Peterm.  If one has a stay alive fitted in a Loco, how does one halt the Loco at a station or signal. Best wishes Kevin 
I know the question wasn’t directed at me, but stay alives do not effect how the loco responds to commands. When I turn the power off at the end of the day, the lights stay on for a little while even though it’s stationary. Hope that helps Kevin. 



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The Teasel Bay town council have announced a temporary freeze on funding for new railway related projects until the new year due to a new arrival of baby due in December!

Whilst very exciting, major projects like Norcott station and the narrow gauge line will need to be shelved for the time being. 



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Congratulations Chris & Mrs Chris.



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Chris,

Congrats in order, a most important time so enjoy.

I see various comments /feedback about your bridge alignment problems but had missed the original post. Are you aware of the outstanding work done by St Enodoc with his lifting flap (RMWeb)? Sadly all the presently missing images on the website mean you can only read the text at:

Link to St Enodoc Lifting Flap

It is a very clever design so if not too late may be worth getting in touch with John if you are a member over there. This is something you'll live with every time you use your layout so is worth getting spot on. I'll also send you a PM on this.

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Oh wow - many congratulations Chris and Mrs Chris.  Much better than buying your train crews.  :cheers



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Congratulations on the great news.

I'm sure the Teasel Bay Council can make do for a while with existing projects to be completed using existing materials and stocks.

:cheers :cheers :cheers



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Congratulations to you both Chris, a lovely Christmas present.



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Congratulations to both of you!



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Belated congratulations Chris, I'll raise a glass in celebration tonight  :cheers
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Congrats Chris :)



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Thanks all. Been making some progress on Norcott station. Finallly extended the wood with the brackets I had. The station will fit a 6+2 HST set comfortably, which isn’t too bad!





I tested out some Peco platform edges to get a feel for the station platforms. 



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Congratulations to you and the boss Chris.



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Hi Chris.    Congratulations , what more can anyone say. Kevin 



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