Dust on model railways - the solution :-)

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Well that's one use for the old Tri-ang 'Magnahesion' (sp?), probably the only one mind you, and I wouldn't want to leave steel track and wheel sets in a greenhouse for very long!
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Jerry
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I didn't play the complete video (above) because I saw the original broadcast in which a short method description was given: A stainless steel strip follows the rails (which looked like n/s to me) and each loco and wagon has a pair of magnets glued underneath matching up with the steel strip.
It would probably have been better broadcast at the beginning of April...
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David Jackson
How about the 'air hog' cars ?
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with a more realistic view of them on ....
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Chris
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Dragon Heart

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