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Miniature steam
ok Welcome to my guide of miniature steam, if you are looking to purchase a working piece of history, then you may want to consider a few things: RAIL OR ROAD? RAIL: Steam locomotives may look attractive, but they can only run where the rails take them, and they need relativly flat surfaces ROAD: Steam tractors or "traction engines" are good for going just about anywere, they dont particularly need to have a flat surface and they can be very satisfying. However, if you are pla...
Tags: Steam |Miniature
17 of 24 people found this guide helpful.
What MP3 Player?
Hello Thinking of getting an MP3 Player? theres a few things you may need to consider SIZE: MP3 Players come in different shapes and Capacity, the smallest being around 64MB will hold about 20 songs, the biggest being around 60 Gigabyte, these can hold several thousand photos, 50,000 songs (roughly) and some even take music videos, (or a mixture of the three) COST: one of the most important factors, a small "Basic" one with no screen can be bought for around £20 - £30. the bigger...
44 of 78 people found this guide helpful.
R/C Cars, what do you need to know?
Hi, welcome to my guide of the R/C world, use the information i have posted to pick the correct R/C vehicle for you. How big is your pocket?: A) under £10 = A "Micro" car B) £50 or under = a normal radio controlled electric Subaru or Something similar C) £100 or under = a bigger electric vehicle D) £150 or under = a small Nitro powered offroader or Subaru E) £200 or under = a bigger Nitro car with a bigger engine or some upgraded parts F) £300 + = you can get just about any nitro o...
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