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Monthly Archives: May 2015
From the Daily Telegraph…. A new generation of more efficient, quieter and greener trains could be coming to Britain’s railway lines, driven by a new hybrid power system built by Rolls-Royce.The company – best known for its aircraft engines but … Continue reading
Once again, it’s been a long time since I posted on traction and trolleys. But I’m still thinking about modelling ideas, and while I wait, more interurbans and trolleys keep appearing on the Shapeways site. One of my issues with … Continue reading
Having found a picture reminding me of N-mod track, here’s one that reminds me of our baseboards (at least for the corners and fiddle yard). Thanks to David Bromage on Small Layouts Group for this…. Found this by accident. A … Continue reading
Another gem from the Daily Telegraph: While China boasts the world’s most extensive high-speed rail infrastructure with over 16,000 kilometers of track, the Shixi-Bagou railway is still a primary connection for local villagers between towns and is kept alive by … Continue reading
Nothing to report from tonight. I arrived to join Derek (with the beard and glasses), soon to be joined by Derek (with the beard and glasses). No-one else turned up, not even the Cha(i)rman who is recovering from a bad back. Paul … Continue reading
One of my regular blog reads, ‘Motorised Dandruff’, has been very quiet recently. However, I found I could identify with this recent post: The major problem I have is one of perfectionist block (I think that’s what its called). I … Continue reading