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Monthly Archives: October 2014
A pleasant surprise at Eurospoor was the visiting UK based layouts. I had seen recently seen two of these at UK shows, but it was good to see them flying the flag for UK layouts. Firstly ‘Warren Lane’. You’d think that … Continue reading
Today I’ll post some shots of the best European modelling on display. We start with Gletsch, a HO-m model of the Swiss metre gauge. There seemed to be little compression of the station area, and the narrow gauge was allowed … Continue reading
Yesterday’s trip to Eurospoor has come and gone. It was an excellent, but very, very, long day. It’ll take several blogs to do justice to it all. In summary…. 0609: On Earlswood station to catch the first train of the … Continue reading
I’m supposed to be in semi-retirement, but the last fortnight has been non-stop. I’m off to Lincolnshire for work on Thursday, at zero notice to investigate some flooding crisis, and then on Friday I’ll be at Gatwick at the crack … Continue reading
A wedding in Shadwell, east London, meant that I had my first trip on the Docklands Light Railway. OK, so the DLR has been open for years, but this was the first time I had been on it. We went … Continue reading
With no ESNG PlayDay, I took the opportunity to slip over to Aldershot and the Farnham & District MRC 40th Model Railway Exhibition. I took the opportunity to stop for a late breakfast and coffee, then was held up for … Continue reading