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Bill Dixon wrote: Fri Oct 01, 2021 6:36 pm Track spacing would drop from 43 mm to 40 mm...
That's what speed limits are for :wink:
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I think it would also be too small for TT. I tried too find the bridge in the Faller catalogue, too see if they offered the same bridge as a dual track N version. I then found out, it's based on parts of the Loreley tunnel portals. And I think Faller did not even do those to scale.

Would a bridge like that, with towers, have any kind of North American prototype?
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Maybe in Disneyland.
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Thursday was Remembrance Day, a day to pause and remember those who fell in the past wars.
As I had the day off, it was a day to finally finish the transfer of the TT-Tracks web site to the new host. Mostly done by the end of the day, with some cleanup on the 12th and one last image transferred today.

Took the time to clean up some errors, and no doubt create a few more.
Updated for 2020 and 2021.

Now to move the other files about my 18xx Railroad games, System 7 Napolenoics Rules, and my HOn30 files.
More fun ahead.<G>
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BCSME is willing to open up for a few weekends for a TT-Scale setup in December or January.
While the station does not have air conditioning, it does have heat.
As there is no requirement to leave access for the public we can be larger than we usually are in the station.
It would be a good time to see if our modules are in OK condition and run some equipment.

Any takers?
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Good idea. Possibly two weekends, one to test and another to check results of fixes. I favour January rather than December but will try to be there whatever date is chosen. Given age and logistics probably I will be no help at all but I still want to participate.
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Oh! Let's!

I also favour January.
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Bill Dixon wrote: Sat Nov 13, 2021 9:41 pmfinish the transfer of the TT-Tracks web site to the new host.
Any link available for testing and finding said mistakes?
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CFRiad wrote: Tue Nov 16, 2021 11:12 pm Oh! Let's!

I also favour January.
I agree, December is going to be too busy for a setup.
Weather permitting January would be better.
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I'd be up for January sometime!
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