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Monthly Archives: December 2013
Who knows what 2014 will bring? There are some very interesting models promised by the UK manufacturers. I am very much tempted by the Farish Merchant Navy and Dapol’s 33 and Maunsell coaches. But no doubt they are still stuck … Continue reading
As I continue to make good progress on my modules, the armchair modeller in me is already thinking about another layout. I have this irrational urge to build an N-gauge US trolley or interurban layout – sometimes known as a … Continue reading
Keeping the overseas flavour, here are four shots of Banjar, Java, and some Indonesian trains. A modelling point I liked are the grassed areas between tracks. You don’t see those at Clapham Junction!
A very blessed and happy Christmas to all (both) my readers! Photo credits: Creative commons, Raela9 (left) & Base Camp Baker (right)
From “Branch Line to Upwell” in the Middleton Press series of albums, describing the well known ex-Great Eastern steam (and finally diesel) tramway: Rev. Teddy Boston, who moved to Wisbech in 1950, was a (sic) ardent railway enthusiast and often travelled … Continue reading
Or to put it another way, how am I going to add the fiddle yard (UK usage) or staging (USA) to the short line? I thought I had this all worked out, but once again reasoning through the options came … Continue reading