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|Single message by Martin Wynne Topic: Creating complex pointwork at Holborn Viaduct|
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Many thanks for the file. I can't imagine how long it took to create all that -- I hope you have kept good backups. There is an option to keep them here if you wish, see:
Some parts of it look a bit unlikely to me, for example:
I don't know how you are going to get two V-crossings so close together, and attach a moving switch to them. Do you have a photograph of the prototype? Are you working over a background map? If you say the prototype location we can probably import a map from NLS. I'm guessing the hv in your file name is either High Voltage or Holborn Viaduct? My telepathy machine has had 20 years experience on here.
There are excellent 60"/mile maps from the 1890s available for that location.
How are you planning to build this? Fully chaired or copper-clad?
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