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Met Driver

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Looks like a shoe paddle. Probably more likely to find one of those in Ricky sidings than a baseball bat. ;)
 

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Chris said:
Shoe paddling sounds a bit risque to me! explanantion please...:dontknow:

...almost kinky even.......!! ;) :p :shock: :oops:
 

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Sprog said:
Chris said:
Shoe paddling sounds a bit risque to me! explanantion please...
...almost kinky even.......!! ;) :p :shock: :oops:

:shock: :shock:

A shoe paddle is a plank of wood which is placed between the collector shoes and conductor rails to isolate a unit. The thing in the picture looks like the LU variety.
 

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Seth said:
:shock: :shock:

A shoe paddle is a plank of wood which is placed between the collector shoes and conductor rails to isolate a unit. The thing in the picture looks like the LU variety.
Come on, you can do a better explination than that ;)
 

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TheSlash said:
Come on, you can do a better explination than that ;)
Let's hear the real explanation (Fratton Fitters Cricket Club)... ;)
 
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