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Doug
post 7 Dec 2005, 17:34
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I've been looking at the new N-Gauge Dapol wagons.

6-Wheel United Dairies Milk Tank Wagon


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BR 'Dogfish' Ballast Hopper Wagon 992902


Click here for the review. thumbsup.gif


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Dennis David
post 7 Dec 2005, 22:22
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I've always loved these old British wagons. Now I just need an excuse to stick them on my German layout. tongue.gif

1. British - German Friendship program?
2. Took the wrong switch?
3. War Booty?


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Rail-Rider
post 8 Dec 2005, 19:31
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They look every bit as finely modelled as the loco - very nice indeed. But their tiny size does tend to exacerbate the relatively massive proportions of the venerable Rapido coupler! Of course that effect mostly disappears when coupled up into a nice long train smile.gif
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