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QUOTE (pedromorgan @ 17 Mar 2007, 05:38) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I think its to give you the option of using slaters or the new markits wheels.

Peter

Maybe they could do a similar thing to Marklin (they supply non-insulated wheels & will exchange them for insulated FOC).
 

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The JLTRT stuff looks brilliant. And, unlike the Bachmann OO offering, doesn't appear to have a bowed roof!!! (see MRE Mag).
 

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Very nice - it really does look like the real thing. Anyone here tried one of their locos?

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John
 

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QUOTE (papamikepapa @ 24 Mar 2007, 00:07) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>John, this is held together with Blue tack as a dry run, their diesel kits are very very good, after this is done I'm hoping to play with one of the new panniers.
http://greengoscalerail.fotopic.net/p38357896.html

It cvertainly looks impressive. Wish I had the time space and money for O gauge.

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John
 
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