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The cat, Nigel. Observing visiting Locomotive and DR Coaching Stock, from my Dad's railway.
 

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Weirdly warm.... Local train doing the rounds....PXL_20231008_114144941.jpgPXL_20231008_114137826.jpgPXL_20231008_114202286.jpg
 
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Nice autumnal day for a short train....PXL_20231014_110541446~2.jpgPXL_20231014_110907611.MP.jpgPXL_20231014_110818919.jpgPXL_20231014_110815713.jpg
 
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Another nice day for the trains....PXL_20231015_141000732.jpgPXL_20231015_131926126.jpgPXL_20231015_131919117.jpgPXL_20231015_131908658.jpgPXL_20231015_131406273.jpgPXL_20231015_131350144.jpgPXL_20231015_131249177.jpgPXL_20231015_123847088.jpg
 
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My only locomotive at wagon that's allowed out in the rain....PXL_20231019_113247407.jpg
 

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Hmmmmm. No traffic today....Screenshot_20231020-111351.png
 

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The cat, Nigel. Observing visiting Locomotive and DR Coaching Stock, from my Dad's railway.
Love Nigel, he is obviously the one in charge there.
My old mate" looked and acted almost the same, he had a sort of aristocratic attitude about him.

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A little light maintenance. Platform edge removal to replace the last fishplate with a rail clamp, which has also brought the resting current down to under 25 in the circuit. Result. Next, to put power into the circuit at a few different locations, but guess what. It's just started raining. Again.PXL_20231104_101607994.jpgPXL_20231104_101612999.jpgcs3_screenshot_2023_11_04_10_27_06.png
 

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The cat, Nigel. Observing visiting Locomotive and DR Coaching Stock, from my Dad's railway.

Nigel, "Not that it matters, but I don't even care whether or not I even care."
 

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Love Nigel, he is obviously the one in charge there.
My old mate" looked and acted almost the same, he had a sort of aristocratic attitude about him.

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Even with thousands of years with human interaction, cats still remain independent from us, when they want to be.....:)
 

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Even with thousands of years with human interaction, cats still remain independent from us, when they want to be.....:)
Old but true saying;
"Dogs have masters; Cats have staff"
 
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duncan1_9_8_4

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Boring winter work. The power supply upgrade. The process of adding more feeder wires from the CS3 into more places on the layout. For years it has been fed from one wire to the track. Now there are to be four, around the layout.cs3_screenshot_2023_11_17_12_34_22~2.pngPXL_20231117_122742438~2.jpgPXL_20231117_120557410.jpgPXL_20231117_115702975.jpgPXL_20231117_113700463.jpg
 

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Nice work on the cabling, perhaps you could tech few of the sparks I meet a few lessons
 

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Don’t the brass rail clamps take power to all areas ? Preserving electrical continuity?
 

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Don’t the brass rail clamps take power to all areas ? Preserving electrical continuity?
Yes, and no..
They are subject to the vagaries of weather (damp, hence corrosion) and movement (thermal expansion) so can deteriorate over time.

Extra feeds, are belt and braces..
Gives you a longer period before track continuity problems force you to perform maintenance.

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You can never have too many wires out there! 200 of the low voltage ones come together here in perfect harmony, next to my controls drawer :nerd:
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