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Can anybody please tell me the typical British distance between platform edges with double tracks between or, the distance between platform edge and closest rail.
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QUOTE (Doug @ 31 Oct 2008, 00:21) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hi, may I repost Richard's useful drawings that will give you the info you need:

*** Diagram - and the legend

***Hi Doug - repost as often as you like.

Actually, the frequency with which I keep losing then spending ages hunting out those drawings yet again makes me think that they may be better made "sticky" by placing them somewhere with a clear title in forum resources so they are always available.

Richard
 

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QUOTE (Richard Johnson @ 31 Oct 2008, 05:52) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>***Hi Doug - repost as often as you like.

Actually, the frequency with which I keep losing then spending ages hunting out those drawings yet again makes me think that they may be better made "sticky" by placing them somewhere with a clear title in forum resources so they are always available.

Richard

Great Idea to have them stickied (sp?)

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QUOTE (Richard Johnson @ 31 Oct 2008, 02:52) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Actually, the frequency with which I keep losing then spending ages hunting out those drawings yet again

Glad to see that I'm not the only one (it's one of the main reasons that BRITHO is the keeper of such things).
 

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QUOTE (Brian Considine @ 31 Oct 2008, 08:24) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Glad to see that I'm not the only one (it's one of the main reasons that BRITHO is the keeper of such things).

Of course what Brian fails to mention is that when something goes missing, and it doesn't matter what it is, it's always my fault!!


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QUOTE (BRITHO @ 3 Nov 2008, 17:09) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Of course what Brian fails to mention is that when something goes missing, and it doesn't matter what it is, it's always my fault!!


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That's not true at all - if something goes wrong it's your fault too !
 

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QUOTE (Richard Johnson @ 31 Oct 2008, 02:52) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>***Hi Doug - repost as often as you like.

Actually, the frequency with which I keep losing then spending ages hunting out those drawings yet again makes me think that they may be better made "sticky" by placing them somewhere with a clear title in forum resources so they are always available.

Richard

Richard,

You are a mine of information (as are most on this forum). I will have to find more time to do such detailed drawings.

Thanks for the resource.
 
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