• Jerry Quinn

    Nice review! And like you I was pleasantly surprised by my one (and so far only) British addition to the fleet: A Graham Farish (Bachmann) Class 150. A very similar arrangement in terms of two NEM 651 decoder sockets in both the motor and dummy cars (no sound or interior lights for me!) and some nicely impressive detailing! I would like to think I’ll pick up more UK outline material in the future (so far, I don’t find the different scale of the UK stuff to be off far enough to be noticed! Although I have more than a couple ‘1:150’ Japanese trains that the Uk stuff is impossible to tell the difference).

    Thanks for the detailed instructions as well!

    • Yep, I’ll pay a closer look at UK models from now on. As for the exact scale, thank you for reminding this! British N is 1:148 (I think), but I didn’t notice any difference either.
      Anyhow, if we’re worried about scales not exactly matching, it means we have engines that shouldn’t be running next to each others in the first place… we are willfully committing a crime so let’s live with it 😉

  • spiff. Aka jon

    I keep finding you every where Jerry. Lol

  • Spiff

    Great write up thanks

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