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QUOTE The Hornby turntable is really an oldie designed by Triang and is cheap (fairly) but can develop problems. It operates on a rotating cam with a peg which slots into a series of semi circular slots in the underside of the turntable platform.

The turntable dates from 1977 and is purely a Hornby design. Ironically it replaced R408 , which was the original Triang design. This was much better and much more reliable. I agree the Fleischmann one is the best to go for , but you may find a Triang Hornby one second hand which was not bad.

Is Heljan also doing one?

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