All the regulars will probably know that I did my inclines on Garahbara too steep. Well, I have no idea what has happened to them. Someone may be able to assist. I have been running double-headers on long trains to get them up and down the inclines smoothly. With two locos, it doesn't slow down or slip, or race down the other side. I have been running like this for a while now. About a week ago, I tried just one loco and VIOLA! Works just as well as two loco's. It never did, but it does now. I just thought it must have been the loco's "wearing in" and the motors developing some more rigidity etc as they were run in from new. As part of a refix of Garahbara, I have removed some turnouts from halfway up the incline, and hence had to replace some of the track with new track. So i put the single loco and train back on the track and guess what! Won't go up the incline again. But only on the new track section. It slips again. A "gentle hand" past the new track section and it's all OK. What could have caused this? Does track "wear in" over a period of time? Perhaps those with an "incline problem" could do to their track what I had done to mine........ but I don't know what I did, other than run trains on it!!!!