Train Line 1010970 - Kreuzung 45°, 21cm

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Had one of these (designed for a Hosentraeger crossing using TL R 90cm or R 120cm points) for a custom crossing:
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After reliable use for a few years it now looks like this after a visit from the proverbial LGB elephant:

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Looks to be beyond my repair skills. It always was difficult to find and now its not available either. Any suggestions?
 
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Had one of these (designed for a Hosentraeger crossing using TL R 90cm or R 120cm points) for a custom crossing:
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After reliable use for a few years it now looks like this after a visit from the proverbial LGB elephant:

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Looks to be beyond my repair skills. It always was difficult to find and now its not available either. Any suggestions?
I have a Trainline Point where the screw underneath has come unscrewed, is that the issue with your crossing. If so easy to fix. If screw is lost I could post you one or two.
 
ebay mike

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If you are unable to effect an adequate repair and decide you 'want rid' I can cross you palm with silver.
 
WKDOR

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Thanks Jon

Its the sleeper and chair that have been smashed in the crucial position, please see last pic of underside.

Thanks Mike

Please read the above and PM me if you wish..
 
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Rhinochugger

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I s'pose the crucial question is whether the empty bit in the track layout is fillable with something else.


I'm sure the crossing can be repaired so that trains can run through it - the difficulty is that the repair may not be beautiful.

Firstly, do you need it, or can you find a substitute?

Secondly, would you allow someone to attempt a repair (given the comments above) ?

If you're desperate, I'd have a go for you :tmi::tmi::tmi:
 
WKDOR

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Thanks to all for your helpful suggestions and offers of help.

A solution has now been found. Thank you Mike