Tag Archives: ESNG Meetings

ESNG meeting – 19 July 2017

A bit of a holiday atmosphere tonight.  We were missing one of the Derek’s, off on holiday somewhere, and Allan, with yet another early milk round.  We were wondering whether to bother running trains, but persevered, and it was worthwhile as … Continue reading

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ESNG meetings – AGM and PlayDay, July 2017

Well, the ESNG AGM went off very well.  11 hardy souls tolerated an evening without running trains, and we had some excellent discussion as to how to take things forward.  Unfortunately the Cha(I)rman was missing, due to the yet another milk round … Continue reading

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ESNG meeting – 22 June 2017

I’d missed too many club meetings with travels and holidays, and was missing the chance to meet with friends and watch the trains go by. Early June we had a working party, where two workers were supervised by two others.  … Continue reading

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Here we go again…..

I’m back!  I’ve appreciated a month break from the blog, but have missed putting my railway thoughts and findings down on ‘paper’.  And a chance to offer modelling challenges like this one (picture picked up from a forum – trust … Continue reading

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Lost – another committee member

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

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ESNG Exhibition 2017 #4

The Kato Racetrack had (I think) 14 independent circuits to run all of Paul’s bullet trains and some other trains as well. Another small shunting layout, Tunbridge Yard West  is a 4ft x 1.5ft, modern image, layout set in the early 90s … Continue reading

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ESNG Exhibition 2017 #3

Also in the corridor was Kuritu.  It’s unusual in three ways. It’s Japanese, it’s an inter-urban railway, and it has been designed to be viewed from both sides. A simple design, but it just ‘oozes’ Japan. Ian Lamkin lives just up … Continue reading

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