@Peter C will be aware of this already from Twitter, but I'm on the final stages of my micro NSE layout (set in Dungeness). Hence the platform road getting 3rd rail (as a low cost fictituous electrification from Ashford)!Oh wow I didn’t realise that.
Anything from that NSE era is just right up my street really.
The British Rail Class 22 or "Baby Warship" was a class of diesel-hydraulic locomotives designed for the Western Region of British Railways and built by the North British Locomotive Company. They were very similar in appearance to the Class 21 diesel-electrics. The nickname Baby Warship related...railsofsheffield.com
That’s interesting, I have the DCC sound class 20 from the Whiskies Galore Train set and it sounds goods.Yes it is.
Sounds lovely. The muffled sound suggests maybe the speaker's covered by something - that or the sound hasn't got a lot of space within the bodyshell to reverberate (if the speaker is, in fact, in the bodyshell and not in a tank underneath)?A 20/3 in DRS colours is my latest. Runs very well, but I find the sound file doesn't seem quite right. The 20s have a very distinctive tick over, which somehow seems more muffled.
Ah OK. I've never heard one of those sound-fitted locos so I can't comment on specifics.I'm comparing it to a Olivias sound 20 I had a year or two back. Maybe I'm just being too picky
AgreedAh OK. I've never heard one of those sound-fitted locos so I can't comment on specifics.
The thing about railway modelling is that if you don't like it, there's nothing saying you're wrong; we all have different opinions and that means there's a wealth of ways to rectify the situation should the need arise.
I love that livery, and such an interesting engine too!