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Sounds good Jeff. Probably a lot noisier in real life than the '50's and '60's ones that I mentioned.
I see you're using an OPPO phone. My wife and I have just bought a couple of A15's. No way to justify buying iPhones at their stupid prices.



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peterm wrote: Sounds good Jeff. Probably a lot noisier in real life than the '50's and '60's ones that I mentioned.
I see you're using an OPPO phone. My wife and I have just bought a couple of A15's. No way to justify buying iPhones at their stupid prices.

Having had to use iPhones at work (the school owned them), I have never wanted to own one!  :lol:

The Oppo has a very good camera (actually four cameras in one), but battery life isn't as good as I like. It's still not bad, but I prefer a phone to go for four or more days between charges, whereas this one only lasts 2-3 of days, but at least it has a fast charging capability and doesn't take very long to get back up to 100%. Those school iPhones were lucky to last one day before going flat.



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Yes, my Oppo charges pretty quick and the camera is pretty good too for the price.



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Hi Jeff.  Thank you, but, I have, always lived and still do live south of the Thames . Not as you could have known. The only line to venture south of the River Thames was the “East London line “ which was rather inconvenient most of the time. It has in recent years made more convenient with the London Overground.    Best wishes Kevin 



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And now for a little bit of Christmas fun. A short video of the Santa Special running around Newton Broadway today.




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In addition to the works posted in my workbench topic, I have been running a few trains again. I am moving the time period forward just a little, so crimson and cream coaches and the blue Merchant Navy are off the layout, while a maroon Warship and green mark 1 and Bulleid coaches are on (I intended to put a blue and grey mark 1 in as well, but that was when I decided I must do something about the mismatched coupling heights on the Bachmann versions). I must get some more of those Keen coupling replacements (see the workbench).

The Q1 33009 has replaced an N class on the long goods train, while my Bulleid 'tin' 2 HAL unit 2694 had a run on its own.


 











While talking to a friend, we chatted about the class 22 and 21 variations, so I posed my two Dapol 22s side by side with their class 21 model. I have a third 22 which has a Silver Fox resin body mounted on a Bachmann class 20 chassis.





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Love the Hydraulics - how do you find the running of Dapol 22? Any issues?



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gdaysydney wrote: Love the Hydraulics - how do you find the running of Dapol 22? Any issues?
No problems at all with the running qualities on any of those three. The green 22 has an ESU LokSound fitted with Howes' sounds, the blue one has a Zimo MX645 decoder and the class 21 has a Dapol Imperium decoder.



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