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Brian Nicholls
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Hi All,

Can anyone help with the following information:

“Apparently a chap named Geoff Holt did a drawing of a '50 ft' turntable L&NWR, in the Railway Modeller. This had a note to the effect that the table diameter was taken over the centre-line of the radial rail in the pit”.

Can anyone tell me what date and volume number this article appeared ?

And if anyone would be kind enough to let me have a copy of the said drawing and accompanying notes, it would be very much appreciated.

All the best,

Brian Nicholls.

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Brian,

This hasn't been completed by a long way but you may get the info you want by contacting them :-

http://www.andibradley.com/trains/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=37

HTH
Rob


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Brian Nicholls
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Rob Manchester wrote: Brian,

This hasn't been completed by a long way but you may get the info you want by contacting them :-

http://www.andibradley.com/trains/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=37


Hi Rob,

Many thanks for the response and the information contained therein.

Since it’s getting rather late now, and brains beginning to shut down, :D  I will try the link tomorrow and see how I get on.

Many thanks again for the info.

All the best,

Brian Nicholls.

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S A Leleux's index, first supplement, has an LNW Turntable being in RM Vol 21 of 1973. Sorry but the actual month is difficult to determine.

ATB

Ian

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You could try asking Geoff Holt himself of course!
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Geoff Holt is a member of the 7mm e-group. You could try asking him directly as I am sure he would be happy to help.

Regards

Raymond
Brian Nicholls wrote:
Hi All,

Can anyone help with the following information:

“Apparently a chap named Geoff Holt did a drawing of a '50 ft' turntable L&NWR, in the Railway Modeller. This had a note to the effect that the table diameter was taken over the centre-line of the radial rail in the pit”.

Can anyone tell me what date and volume number this article appeared ?

And if anyone would be kind enough to let me have a copy of the said drawing and accompanying notes, it would be very much appreciated.

All the best,

Brian Nicholls.


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Martin Wynne
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Please do not send requests for help direct to me via email or PM.

Post your questions on the forum where everyone can see them and add helpful replies.
Raymond wrote: Geoff Holt is a member of the 7mm e-group. You could try asking him directly as I am sure he would be happy to help.
At: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/7mm

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Brian Nicholls
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Hi Rob, Ian, Borg-Rail, Raymond, Martin and All,

Many thanks for your responses and all the information contained therein.

Now that’s what I call team work, :) a little input from various sources, and the information gradually comes together.

I will try all your suggestions and see what turns up.

All the best,

Brian Nicholls.

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Brian,
January 1973. I can send a JPG file version. Does this offend any copyright rules?

Geoff Luckhurst
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geoff wrote: Brian,
January 1973. I can send a JPG file version. Does this offend any copyright rules?

Geoff Luckhurst


Hi Geoff,

Thanks for your response and the information.

I would dearly like a copy of the article and turntable drawing, and it would be very appreciated.

To be truthful I am not sure about copyright, but I can only say if you send me a copy, it will not be going anywhere else as I need it only for my own LNWR project.

If you do decide to send me a copy, send it to my email address stated below:

 bmerlinxix.@sky.com

Many thanks again for the info and kind offer.

All the best,

Brian Nicholls,

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Brian,
I seem to be getting "failure notice" from something called "mailer-daemon"

Geoff
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Brian Nicholls
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geoff wrote: Brian,
I seem to be getting "failure notice" from something called "mailer-daemon"

Geoff


Hi Geoff,

Everything at my end is OK, am receiving emails quite happily.

It seems as if you are not getting past your provider server, the "mailer-daemon".

Have you spelt my email address correctly ?       bmerlinxix@sky.com

Or is the JPEG file a very large one, sometimes if that is the case, there can be a limit to what your provider server will handle.

I often send files of 10 MB to others and have no trouble at all.

I would be greatful if you can check these points and then try again.

Many thanks for letting me know.

All the best,

Brian Nicholls.

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Please do not send requests for help direct to me via email or PM.

Post your questions on the forum where everyone can see them and add helpful replies.
Hi Geoff, Brian,

If you both create topics in the My notes and files forum:

http://85a.co.uk/forum/view_category.php?id=4

and upload the file as an attachment, I will swap it from one topic to the other for you, if you ask me to do so.

(Limit 5MB, and you must add at least one word of text, otherwise it won't upload.)

regards,

Martin.

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Martin Wynne wrote: Hi Geoff, Brian,

If you both create topics in the My notes and files forum:

http://85a.co.uk/forum/view_category.php?id=4

and upload the file as an attachment, I will swap it from one topic to the other for you, if you ask me to do so.

(Limit 5MB, and you must add at least one word of text, otherwise it won't upload.)

 

Hi Martin,

That’s a good idea, for the future if we have any transmission problems.

The only downside is, that it means we have to ask you to do something, thereby taking you away from your coding.

However, the good news is the problem has now been resolved.
The “problem”, bye the way, was down to me adding an extra dot in my email address where one should not be.

As I said to Geoff, dyslexic fingers. :D

Thanks again for the prompt.

All the best,

Brian Nicholls.

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Brian Nicholls wrote:
geoff wrote: Brian,
I seem to be getting "failure notice" from something called "mailer-daemon"

Geoff


Hi Geoff,

Everything at my end is OK, am receiving emails quite happily.

It seems as if you are not getting past your provider server, the "mailer-daemon".

Have you spelt my email address correctly ?       bmerlinxix@sky.com

Or is the JPEG file a very large one, sometimes if that is the case, there can be a limit to what your provider server will handle.

I often send files of 10 MB to others and have no trouble at all.

I would be greatful if you can check these points and then try again.

Many thanks for letting me know.

All the best,

Brian Nicholls.

Brian

I have recently moved to Sky because my previous ISP was closing and one thing I did find out about the hard way was that Sky.com emails have a maximum limit of 10MB for attachments, my previous had no limits

 

Geoff Cook


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Geoff Cook wrote: Brian

I have recently moved to Sky because my previous ISP was closing and one thing I did find out about the hard way was that Sky.com emails have a maximum limit of 10MB for attachments, my previous had no limits


 

Hi Geoff,

Thanks for you response.

Yes I was aware that the limit was set at 10 MB file attached files, I had checked on this with the Sky IT department about six months ago, when I also fell foul of the situation.

However, although I cannot confirm this, I think you can send two or three attachments at the same time which in total, may exceed the 10 MB limit, provided no single file is greater than the limit.

All the best,

Brian Nicholls.

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