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Feltham Tramcar
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Robert Watkins 
Location: Cwmbran, Torfaen
Date and TimeFriday, 19. September 2014 12:39 Host: cpc7-cwbn3-2-0-cust162.5-1.cable.virginm.net   Write a comment   Send E-mail

Hello Terry,
Just a line to congratulate you on such a superb website. It's three years since I wrote last and at risk of repeating myself, 33 years since I built my first of four models. I stick by your original materials and method (not that I build anything these days), but these new materials like nylon plastic are very tempting. That London E1 is beautiful. This car plus the Feltham remain my favourite trams.
I came to your website after reading about yet more intentional plans regarding the restoration or LCC No.1 at Crich. I have been waiting 32 years now for that tram to get back to operation after a full restoration, oh how I hope I will survive long enough to get a ride on it. My last trip to Crich was in 2002 for the London 50 year commemoration and I was thrilled to ride on LT 1622. It must be in a sorry state now, the longer it's left the more it will cost. One can only live in hope.
Take care of yourself and keep up the good work.
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John Woodhouse 
Location: Toronto, Canada
Date and TimeSaturday, 23. November 2013 18:35 Host: CPE000a9583d622-CM001bd7aa8538.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com   Write a comment   Send E-mail

Thank you very much Terry for your inspirational website and efforts in support of tram modelling.

I built tram models as a teenager out of card and wood. Am now approaching retirement and would like to take it up again as a hobby. I'm well pleased with the Birmingham tram plans I ordered from your website so will likely be ordering more and maybe some model tram parts from you as well.

Best Wishes to you Terry and do keep up the good work!

Sincerely, John Woodhouse
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Patrick O'Sullivan 
Location: Kettering, Northamptonshire
Date and TimeWednesday, 18. September 2013 09:42 Host: cpc16-nrte21-2-0-cust233.8-4.cable.virginmedia.com   Write a comment   Send E-mail

Hi Terry
I have enjoyed the site, it being a few years since I looked at tram sites. I am very impressed witht the gallery section. It is very inspiring and a delight to look at.

Great Site, Keep up the good work.

Patrick O'Sullivan
Sunny Kettering

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Andrew B. Middleton 
Location: PO Box 130, Beechworth 3747
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Recently I came accrosss a site "Hobart Municipal Tramways". On it are plans for a 4 wheel Hobart Double-Decker of 1923. If you would like them, I would be happy to send them to you to add to the plans you already have of the bogie single deck #141.
When I have caught up with my bookbinding jobs, I'll return to my attempt to scratchbuild Llandudno bogie single deck original series car in 1:34 scale (NZ).
Andrew B. Middleton
(A. BerTRAM Middleton)
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Tijmen Stam 
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Date and TimeWednesday, 13. February 2013 10:40 Host: dcb.gotadsl.co.uk   Write a comment  

On Thursday 03 January 2013 16:52:48 you wrote:
> You may find the recent additional video clip at
> http://www.terryrusselltrams.co.uk/video.htm worthy of viewing.

Interesting. Traffic has changed since than. As a traffic engineer I'm a fan of
trams and traffic going in different directions in the same "lane".

This reminds me of the situation near "Jonction"; in Anderlues, Belgium. If you
happen to drive here http://goo.gl/maps/QIoAw you can suddenly find a tram
coming your way. The effect is visible in
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsmGMZk6KDg#t=0m25s at the 0:40 mark

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