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Monthly Archives: April 2015
It only takes 5 minutes or so to get from Kowloon Tong to the main Hung Hom terminus. I left the platform and took the exit for the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade, that runs about a mile along Victoria harbour, from … Continue reading
Saturday was my last day in Hong Kong. I got up late, making the most of the opportunity for a lie in, and after breakfast set out for Hong Kong Island and an early lunch with an old friend. The weather this week has … Continue reading
One of my favourite reads is an Iain Rice layout design book. Hidden amongst the slightly bumptious and wordy – but always entertaining – text, there are always inspiring photographs, clever construction techniques, prototype information and neat track plans. And the … Continue reading
Back in Hong Kong for a week, but despite having a weekend here before starting work, I haven’t got around that much. The temperature is a pleasant 23-26C, but 85% humidity makes walking around like wading through soup (not that … Continue reading
Finally, from this year’s ESNG show, some videos of the action. We start with Paul’s Kato Racetrack in full swing… On the ESNG N-mod, a Deltic is passing Union Street…. And a Delaware & Hudson passenger rake passes Eric…. These … Continue reading
Today, a thank you for all that goes on at an exhibition apart from the layouts. There are a lot of jobs, visible and unseen, needed to get and keep the show on the road. And a special thanks to everyone … Continue reading