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I've ordered some Tillig track from Lokshop, but their website doesn't tell me how much the postage will be
, does anyone have an idea of how much the carriage to the UK will be. I've read elsewhere on this forum that they charge around 30 Euros is this correct
 

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I cancelled my order with Lokshop as I was unsure of how much postage I was going to be charged.

Since then they have updated thier website with postage rates for each country, so I have ordered from them.

I have now had confirmation that my order has been sent.

I have been charged about 18 euros for delivery, insurance and the 4% export handling which works out about £12.
Overall I have saved £23 on another model shops prices
 

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Well I have received my order from Lokshop today.

It was posted on Monday, excellent service and great prices. I can recommended them to anyone needing Tillig trackwork

All I need now is spare time to lay the track, anyone got any I could have
 

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I bought the Tillig point kits which cost about £5.50 each and they are quite easy to put together. The made up ones in medium are about £9.70 which isn't too much more that Peco, but if you are buying alot then it would make quite a difference
 

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Lokshop sell the 85342 for 14.47 Euros which is about 24 Austrailian dollars, the base rate for shipping to Aus is 23 Euros.
I ordered 8 point kits and 11 lengths of track and the shipping to the UK was about 18 Euros!!

But you will get the VAT off which is 16%, I think...
 
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