Getting Around Armadilloville

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Chops
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Getting Around Armadilloville

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Just to prove that one does not need to live in the UK to enjoy good public transportation.
Finally got my bus going, as well.

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It works fine - I thought the airport building was going to take off or crumble due to an earthquake!
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Nice to see the bus running !
The roller contact type run a bit wide on curves as you can see. I had to run my busses slowly on the bare baseboard and then mark a pencil line to then cut the road base out of cork sheet to allow for the understeer .
The later ( non-roller ) type from Brawa track better but "clunk" slightly throuth the mast overhead connectors.
Keep up the good work.
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That's a great fun layout. You don't often see a trolley bus, a T'Rex and a nuclear power plant all in the same shot!

Keep up the good work!
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