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VR Na and G firei Irons

Hi Guys, Would anyone have the measurements for a set of VR Na fire irons? If so an interstate VR modeler would be exceptionally grateful if you could drop him
viscounttvj1970@gmail.com
Apr 28
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Re: Oscar’s moment

The remark has nothing to do with US elections, but instead a Australian female politician named Pauline H, who quite often remarked, when she didn't
trackcleaner
Apr 26
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17242

Re: The 13th Australian Narrow Gauge Convention wrap up...

Dan Great coverage of the meet, sorry I missed it, started saving for the next meet DU. I will get organized and present a clinic. Ken C GWN
ferroequinologist1
Apr 23
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Re: The 13th Australian Narrow Gauge Convention wrap up...

Hi David, Yup, plenty of planning, but the constant few minutes of updates and notes meant there was no mad panic in the last bit before the event. As for the
danpickard2004
Apr 19
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Re: The 13th Australian Narrow Gauge Convention wrap up...

Great photos, Dan. Thanks for sharing. Darryl Huffmandarrylhuffman@... You can follow my model building career on my blog at:
Darryl Huffman
Apr 19
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Re: The 13th Australian Narrow Gauge Convention wrap up...

Good work Dan, you have been working on it for years, literally. Where's the next one ? Regards, David Head
David Head
Apr 18
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The 13th Australian Narrow Gauge Convention wrap up...

Hi all, A great big thank you to all that travelled to my home town of Geelong this Easter weekend just gone to enjoy another Australian Narrow Gauge
danpickard2004
Apr 18
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17237

Re: Inscale models Krauss

Hi Brodie, As far as I am aware, only two of the Krauss locos were ever produced in 1/35. I have a RTR one, and should have received a second part built for me
ianj0trains
Apr 18
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Re: [ausnarrowgauge] Re: Oscar’s moment

Hi Dan, We wish to thank you and the committee for such a wonderfull Australian Narrow Gauge Convention.  We both enjoyed the Convention and the Saturday
ian_and_gail_chadwick
Apr 18
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Re: Oscar’s moment

Dear "Trackcleaner", No need for a Royal Commission, you're just over thinking it! Each category in the modelling contest at the Australian Narrow Gauge
danpickard2004
Apr 17
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Re: WAS Re: Oscar's moment NOW Hilary's Lament

Who is this Hilary? What scale/gauge does she model? On 18 Apr. 2017 9:47 am, "'David Halfpenny (Yahoo 2)' david.halfpenny@... [ausnarrowgauge]" < ...
Mick
Apr 17
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Re: WAS Re: Oscar's moment NOW Hilary's Lament

Sigh! The issue is that the voting system for Best in Class is different from the popular vote for Best in Show. That’s to do with the organisers, not the
David Halfpenny (Yahoo 2)
Apr 17
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RE: [ausnarrowgauge]WAS Re: Oscar's moment NOW Hilary's Lament

... I believe she took the rust belt of Michigan for granted and ignored it in her campaign travels. The outcome may have been better for her had she won
Stephen Cox
Apr 17
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Re: [ausnarrowgauge] Re: Oscar’s moment

... I don’t think Hillary herself had anything to do with it, Bill. David 1/2d On 17 Apr 2017, at 18:33, William Uffelman ufffam@... [ausnarrowgauge]
David Halfpenny (Yahoo 2)
Apr 17
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Re: [ausnarrowgauge] Re: Oscar’s moment

"Same reason as a female politician can get the most votes, yet fail to become president. David 1/2d" Because she forgot that the US Presidential election is
William Uffelman
Apr 17
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