Reza

Quiz N2: what do you find uncommon in this photo again?!

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There has been some rumors that I am not capable to make new quizzes. This is NOT true! I come back with new quizzes. For warm-up, let's stick to 4.5v battery wagons again! After the successful quiz N1:

which was followed with a new item on bricklink:

https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=x488c03&idColor=5

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now again: what do you find uncommon in this photo?
 

Battery wagons, Quiz 2

 

I have told the answer to few friends. Please do not spoil. If you know the answer, you can pm me then I comment that you know the answer so that people can think about this photo for few days.

There are gonna be harder quizzes, so prepare for them!  ;-) :-)

Have fun.

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The answer is not any more the black swith of the red wagon in the middle of the top raw. That was the answer of the previous quiz.

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From our PM Conversation:

I thought I'd have a stab at this, even though I know very little about early LEGO trains. Is it that (ignoring the black wagon) all of the blue wagons have red-and-blue magnets and all of the red wagons have black magnets, except the one 2nd-from-bottom-right which has red-and-blue instead? Just going on an odd-one-out basis. Can the magnets can easily be taken off and swapped though?

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20 hours ago, ColletArrow said:

Can the magnets can easily be taken off and swapped though?

NIce try but I didn't not mean this. Actually the magnets can be taken off without any damage. I have seen few experts telling me that this is hard and that it can break the magnets. I have done it many times but never broke any of them. Whenever I get some free time, I will upload a video on how to do it safely. 

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It looks like all the blue wagons have two pin sockets except one. The later red ones also have three pin sockets. I guess this corresponds to the grey era when 12V used 3 pin plugs.

I'd love to see the video of removing magnets safely. I've done it but I've also damaged magnets taking them off.

 

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