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Monthly Archives: March 2016
Allan sent me this gem of a photograph….. For those with a sheltered childhood, or from remote parts of the world that escaped the Womble plague, read more here. My children were lucky enough to miss them first time around, … Continue reading
One of my continuing issues with N gauge is the poor appearance of the trackwork. This, together with the heavy looking wheels – OK on diesels, but obvious on steam locos, has often temped me over to the 2mm dark … Continue reading
The Daily Telegraph came up with a fascinating set of photos of life in North Korea, that included a few of the railways. It’s an interesting modelling challenge, with little prototype information to go on – I suspect Chinese prototypes … Continue reading
My final post on ‘Ally Pally’ is to look at O gauge, the ‘senior scale.’ There seems to be a vogue for O gauge shunting layouts at present. The Model Railway Club’s Happisburgh Goods (pronounced ‘Haze-burr’) models a Great Eastern … Continue reading
As I finish writing this, my thoughts are again with Brussels. What importance is our hobby compared with all that is going on in Belgium, and almost day-by-day around the world? But perhaps this is just the time when we … Continue reading
Today I enjoyed a pleasant day out at the London Festival of Railway Modelling at Alexandra Palace in the company of Peter and Malcolm, ex-work colleagues. It’s a simple journey from Redhill to north London – train to Victoria, Victoria line … Continue reading