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Monthly Archives: September 2016
The BBC news website reports…. Turner Prize exhibition opens with giant buttocks, train rides and scrap metal …..Visitors can ride on Josephine Pryde’s Lapses in Thinking, a train that goes around the gallery….. When I read the headline, I thought … Continue reading
What an excellent afternoon playing trains. 13 paying members, and the treasurer missed the excitement of collecting so much money. Plus three guests, and with three separate railways set up the hall was getting rather full. We put a large N-mod … Continue reading
Jerry Clifford writes in Model Railway Journal #249….. There have, of course, been some superb finescale models of railways in the heritage era. Tom Everett’s contemporary model of Ropley is just one example, but there is no denying they are … Continue reading
A busy club night on Wednesday, with a dozen or so members present. Good to see Paula and family again, as well as the usual suspects. No Cha(I)rman though, as he had a milk round at 3am or so the … Continue reading
A couple of links for Wednesday…. An example to all train drivers from the Daily Telegraph….. Driver of 175mph Japanese bullet train caught with feet up on dashboard The driver of a Japanese bullet train that can reach top speeds of … Continue reading
After a couple of weeks of exhibition photographs, it’s back to the crazed ramblings of the budgie….. (I’ll try and visit another show soon.) Reading a non-railway magazine I came across this little story. Some years ago, a confectionary company … Continue reading