• The Plug Track functions are experimental and still being developed. Some of the earlier pages of this topic are now out-of-date.

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    Rob Manchester reacted to Martin Wynne's post in the topic Fresh air & photos with thanks thanks.
    Another day, another fish pass. I wandered down river today to see Holt Fish Pass now that it's finished. The right-of-way was closed...
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    Matt M. replied to the topic Australian bolted baseplate.
    I wonder which Australian Railway it's from. In NSW terms it would be a 'Switch Chair' not a Plate. Not enough shown to really pin...
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    Matt M. replied to the topic Australian bolted baseplate.
    I'd say yes to that Martin. What was the context that made you post? Matt M.
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    Last week we had a holiday in Alnwick, we wanted to see the north east coast and countryside and when my wife found out that in part of...
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    Hayfield reacted to BerlinChris's post in the topic Admin - be a Templot Supporter! with good good.
    Hi Martin I've just signed up. I think it's an oustanding piece of software - an amazing achievement. Congratulations. Still in the...
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    AndyB replied to the topic Gates 1, Lorry 0..
    Thanks very much for that James. A masterpiece of mechanical engineering! It's a pity most of it is normally invisible. The bearings on...
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    AndyB reacted to James Walters's post in the topic Gates 1, Lorry 0. with thanks thanks.
    Hi Andy, Here's a diagram showing the linkages Martin mentions above.
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    AndyB reacted to Tony W's post in the topic Gates 1, Lorry 0. with good good.
    There is an interesting DVD published by Fastline Films covering Mechanical signalling and level crossings (FF01). This covers Level...
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    Tony W replied to the topic Gates 1, Lorry 0..
    There is an interesting DVD published by Fastline Films covering Mechanical signalling and level crossings (FF01). This covers Level...
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    AndyB replied to the topic Gates 1, Lorry 0..
    In the interests of science it might be possible reconstruct the entire scene (including the footbridge and the laughing policeman) from...
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    AndyB reacted to Martin Wynne's post in the topic Gates 1, Lorry 0. with agree agree.
    Hi Andy, The gate swivels were set up to turn freely, hence the massive gateposts. I don't think gravity plays any part, otherwise...
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    AndyB replied to the topic Gates 1, Lorry 0..
    I'm fairly confident they wouldn't be able to reverse the worm-drive to the big wheel in the cabin :) Which raises another question...
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    AndyB reacted to Martin Wynne's post in the topic Gates 1, Lorry 0. with thanks thanks.
    Hi Andy, Yes, mechanically. The signalman turned the gate wheel, and all 4 gates moved in unison. He could also see what was happening...
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    Daifly reacted to Martin Wynne's post in the topic Another inside half-scissors with cheers cheers.
    @Tony W Hi Tony, You were right -- Swindon. Dave posted it on WT, see...
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    Daifly reacted to Tony W's post in the topic Another inside half-scissors with cheers cheers.
    Thanks Dave. I'm sure someone will know where it was. Regards Tony.
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