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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
Thanks Peter, for this shot of the Flying Scotsman on the Bluebell Railway. Not everyday that 60103 has to collect a tablet for single-line working. I wonder how many times, if ever, that happened in pre-preservation days? And that’s a … Continue reading
This could be another odd modelling article, but it caught my eye as I was catching up with the world news. Rome’s rubbish is helping to power Austrian homes – and it gets to Austria by train. Rome has been … Continue reading
In case you missed it on N Gauge Forum, I can recommend this video. Not for the faint hearted and for some of these high altitude trips it would be wise to carry a change of underwear….. I am sorry … Continue reading
From the Daily Telegraph… Incredible train ‘disappears’ through block of flats in China’s ‘Mountain City’ Architects and planners in a Chinese city have designed a novel way to make space for an essential train route – by building it through … 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