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Monthly Archives: January 2015
Most modellers have what is generally known as a ‘gloat’ box – but mine must be worst than most. I’ve been excavating some more, and have come up with all sorts of things. A lot of them I’d forgotten completely. … Continue reading
Not much progress on the modules since coming back from Hong Kong, but I decided it was time for a real turnout of my storage boxes of trains, dating back nearly 50 years. It’s time to keep a few things, and … Continue reading
Putting a model railway exhibition together is a bit like a jigsaw. You have the rooms, the traders needing tables, and most importantly the layouts themselves. Some of these layouts will need a fixed size; others may be modular, so … Continue reading
Following our theme of late trains, the Telegraph posted this heart-breaking letter from a 6-year old girl to rail bosses. The article states…. A six-year-old girl has written a “heartbreaking” letter to rail chiefs begging them to get her father … Continue reading
Well I wasn’t at last night’s meeting, as I was being wined and dined by the company for my 38 year’s service. What a difference six months makes. Last year it was proposed redundancy; this year it’s too much overtime … Continue reading
From the BBC News site this week, describing a new exhibition, “Playing Trains”, at the National Railway Museum in York: What is it about toy trains that has continued to entertain children, admittedly mostly boys, for nearly two centuries? A major new … Continue reading