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Monthly Archives: November 2013
I have recently discovered a series of digital (PDF) books that have provided new inspiration in modelling. Mike Cougill models in P:48 (American O gauge 1:48, but with prototype gauge and standards). He writes on the O Scale Trains magazine … Continue reading
We unloaded the fiddle yard and corners and other bits and pieces from the van on Monday night, Duncan having returned from Stuttgart. Wednesday night we got it all out again to put up a (small) N-club circuit. We were … Continue reading
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Most overly optimistic track plan sketches result from underestimating the length and overestimating the angles of turnouts. Templates preclude cheating and subsequent disappointment. They can be homemade or commercial. CAD software ensures precision and produces high-quality printouts. There are several … Continue reading
3-D printing is quite the up and coming thing at the moment – although smooth surfaces are still a bit of a problem. But you can buy some potentially useless items for your layout. How about N-gauge pigeons? They come … Continue reading
I went for two of the four days. The show finishes Sunday afternoon. Impressions below, and photos to follow….. The show was up to the usual standard. The N-gauge modular layout had its usual mix of very good, and perhaps … Continue reading