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Monthly Archives: May 2017
Looks like a nasty attack of pots and kettles! After all my missing Chairman gags, where’s Wally the Secretary? Positive sighting in the rice fields of Java…. And on the South Devon Railway…. This week look out for him in … Continue reading
‘Proto-freelancing’ is far more popular in the USA than in the UK. Perhaps this is due to the use of the same locomotive designs, with detail differences, across many railroads – for example the iconic F3 and F7 diesels. Bu … Continue reading
Our visit to the South Devon Railway did, of course, include a visit to the second-hand book shop. (It has to be said, too, that we visited the bookshop at Buckfast Abbey and came out with a purchase.) I couldn’t … Continue reading
Buckfastleigh station is very well kept, and has some good branchline touches, like the trolley for the luggage and the milk churns awaiting collection. 1930’s carriages sit next to the preserved line’s staple piece of rolling stock – the BR … Continue reading
A week’s holiday in the south-west started with a company reunion meal in the RNLI at Poole, Dorset. Wonderful views of the harbour and the lifeboats parked moored outside the headquarters building. We also had a tour of the training … Continue reading
Our last look at the 1971 Railway Magazine. From the always reliable letters page, an outbreak of outrage, but from Dawlish, not Tunbridge Wells…. Ridiculous SIR – The photograph facing page 577 of the November issue of The Railway Magazine … Continue reading
September 1971 edition of the Railway Magazine included an article on the opening of the final section of the London Underground Victoria line on July 23 1971. Public opening of the 3.5 mile southward extension to the Victoria Line of London … Continue reading