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Monthly Archives: September 2014
April 2015 seems a long way away – but I’m sure it will soon be with us. But I’m relieved to have booked all the exhibits we need by October (barring disasters of any kind, of course). I think it’s going to … Continue reading
I’m continuing to sort out my photographs, and scan and move a lot of them into the cloud. Here’s another batch, taken on Cambridge station in 1975, probably on a trip back home to Kent from university. It must have … Continue reading
Why is it you never have a camera when you want one. (Perhaps I need a better mobile phone). I went to a meeting next to Paddington and had a superb view down to the massive overall roof at that … Continue reading
Back to Australia and North Queensland for this post, and a few shots of the Kuranda Scenic Railway. Wikipedia tells you that: The Kuranda Scenic Railway runs from Cairns, Queensland, Australia, to the nearby town of Kuranda. The tourist railway … Continue reading
Home from Turkey yesterday, having followed the Scotland independence vote on the way home. I’m not risking any political comment on this blog, but I guess I’m glad it was a ‘no’ – I’m British rather than English. But I … Continue reading
I’m somewhere in the wilds of Turkey as you read this, but here are a couple of scenic views from a year ago to show just how good the countryside is, and what the roads can do to a Land Rover … Continue reading
Of course there is nothing new under the sun. Looking on the RMweb community and N-gauge forum, I find that people have been making their own transparent Rapido couplers, and that Mathieson fit their PO wagons with them, and offer spares. I … Continue reading