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Monthly Archives: October 2013
Reading an album of railroad photos around Buffalo, I came across the following fascinating fact. “One of the major headaches of snow removal in the ‘old’ city, was finding a place to plow-shovel-blow the snow. The streets were narrow and … Continue reading
Running with electricity and not string, the 9342, a Conrail SW9, travelled all of 600m on both main line tracks! Moments like this encourage me to complete the wiring on this first board….
You will have probably realised that wiring is not my strong point. I use as many terminal blocks as possible for joints and to manage the wiring. I also probably use thicker wire than I need to – 3 amp … Continue reading
Dave let me know about this running day and says… We have a mega running day on Saturday 9th November. we should have 24 modules in the scout hall. It’s about an hour’s drive from you to us – though … Continue reading
ESNG 2006 exhibition….
From 2007…. This section was drafted as an appeal from Derek as to who had accidentally taken home a box, after our April show, containing his rake of the new Farish Mk1 Pullman coaches and Class 56 EWS loco. Fortunately, … Continue reading