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Category Archives: Layout design
The railways of the Isle of Wight have always fascinated me. Not least because of the concentration of lines on a small island – three companies pre-1923 before they were amalgamated under the Southern Railway. And the Isle of Wight … Continue reading
Also in the July 1971 edition of Railway Magazine was an interesting article on the Oxted line of Southern Railway and BR Southern Region. This line branched off the main Brighton line at East Croydon, wound its way through Oxted … Continue reading
You may recall that I found this plan of a small urban goods yard in Brighton, and commented on its suitability for a model. (All maps from the National Library of Scotland site, under creative commons.) Wandering around south London, … Continue reading
We all get older. Even Iain Rice gets older. That young whipper-snapper with radical ideas on P4 modelling and on layout design is now an elder statesman of the hobby. Fortunately he writes in just the same style as he ever … Continue reading
Noticed recently that the restoration of the old Pacific Electric / Southern Pacific depot at North Hollywood has been completed and reopened as a commuter café on the Metro Orange Line. This article gives the details, including: The official grand … Continue reading
The new year has come around again and it’s time for this year’s ‘Model Railroad Planning’ from Kalmbach. I get this annual publication every year, and it is almost always worth a read. There are usually too many (for me) … Continue reading