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Monthly Archives: November 2014
ESNG ran our usual four track N-mod circuit for the four days of the show. It was linked to the main N-club double track modular layout by a pair of junctions. This allowed the inner three tracks to run our … Continue reading
For the next week or so I will blog through the Stuttgart show. I’m wasn’t quite clever enough to ‘live-blog’ it all, so I’ve come back with a load of photographs, and I’ll post a few chosen ones. Maxine and I arrived in … Continue reading
Two links I came across recently. The Daily Telegraph has a picture gallery of women at work on the railways during WW1. Interesting stuff, and some good photos of London termini, and also of Horwich works, with its own narrow … Continue reading
Well, I haven’t got there yet, but here are some photographs from Allan, taken on Wednesday during the show set up day. It never fails to amaze me how any model railway show comes together, when an empty hall and … Continue reading
It’s been a while (again) since I reported progress on my N-Club modules. And the main reason for this is that there has been little progress. A new central heating boiler and some tidying up meant that the loft room … Continue reading
A quick reminder for all ESNG members. As ever in November, the Wednesday 19 meeting clashes with Stuttgart, and most of the railway and some of the members will be in Germany. We are going to put this meeting back … Continue reading
News of the new trans-European Eurostar from the Daily Telegraph. A new 200mph state-of-the-art train has been unveiled in London by Channel Tunnel high-speed train company Eurostar….. The trains are described as being “inter-operable”, meaning they can run across diverse … Continue reading