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Dear Oops,

Oops! Nice photos.

Would you object to me using a copy of your photo on my website, www.railwaysarchive.co.uk, to illustrate the accident? I will credit you if you wish.

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Garry
 

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I think you are going to have to switch to a smaller scale for that garden railway of yours... Much more of this and the neighbours will get seriously irritated.
 

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QUOTE (GazK @ 20 Nov 2007, 20:20) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Dear Oops,

Oops! Nice photos.

Would you object to me using a copy of your photo on my website, www.railwaysarchive.co.uk, to illustrate the accident? I will credit you if you wish.

Regards,

Garry

No Problem, my wife actually took the photo's. I had to go to work.
 

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QUOTE (chengin @ 21 Nov 2007, 10:08) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Those blinkin frogs are on the garden railway again I see..


No - it's just one of dbclass50's cats getting a bit braver than normal........

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QUOTE (alastairq @ 22 Nov 2007, 21:01) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>those plastic wagons are just TOO light?
how DO they untangle the tension lock couplers?


Some of them look rather too close-coupled!
(Although I understand that Roco couplers can have that effect on some Bachmann wagons due to the NEM socket being mounted too far back on the wagon...)

Regarding any bangs, with four tracks at the bottom of the garden I imagine the residents have learned to ignore all the noise?
 

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QUOTE (alastairq @ 22 Nov 2007, 21:01) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>those plastic wagons are just TOO light?

A case for liquid lead perhaps?

QUOTE (goedel @ 22 Nov 2007, 22:06) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Although I understand that Roco couplers can have that effect on some Bachmann wagons due to the NEM socket being mounted too far back on the wagon

A case for Fleischmann profi perhaps?

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So I take it someone nearly got a new garden shed then !
them canadian engines don't like our british rails they seem to fall off with their wagons a bit too often !
 

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QUOTE (bangerblueed @ 23 Nov 2007, 21:49) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>So I take it someone nearly got a new garden shed then !
them canadian engines don't like our british rails they seem to fall off with their wagons a bit too often !

aren't they really metre gauge?

I guess the flanges hit the rail fixings on Notwork Rail's new code 75 track then?
 
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