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Monthly Archives: June 2015
According to Spock, anyway. The Chairman sent me this picture, culled from Facebook. “Set the phasers to stun!”
Anyone can model a car crash or lots of emergency services on their layout. However, this would really stretch the viewers belief. From the Daily Telegraph: Last Wednesday, Mr Xiang was driving along the Chongqing-Guizhou Expressway in central China when he … Continue reading
This very useful tip appeared in the NRMA British Region magazine. Most useful for those of us with Microtrains couplers, but now Dapol buckeyes are around it may also apply to them. It was published under the wonderful title of … Continue reading
At the end of one line from LA and Watts were San Pedro and LA Harbour. In the days of large ocean liners, collecting passengers from the liner and transporting them into LA generated a lot of traffic through San Pedro. San … Continue reading
Lance Mindheim may have come up with a really good idea here…. Effectively applying ballast glue is a challenge at best. The more powdery soils and small gauge products even more so. The problem comes with application of the adhesive, … Continue reading
We seem to be having a run of slow meetings. On Wednesday only two of us were there between 7 and 7:30, to be joined by the Cha(i)rman who had been doing some accidental babysitting. Four others arrived after 8, … Continue reading