A good turnout of a dozen members last night. Not a lot to report, and I slipped off home early, partly since it was Maxine’s birthday, and partly since I was tired, having spent a lot of time fitting new fluorescent units to the church hall.
Predictably, John and Paul were test running some of their spoils from Eurospoor. Paul also had a long Japanese container train on the go, with an interesting variety of wagons and containers. Allan’s Swiss passenger train seemed to want to play slip coaches. Martin and Neil were racing HST125’s on parallel tracks. Neil had done a nice job weathering some ScotRail Mk3 coaches, and repainting the roofs to match some of his blue and grey stock.
With just two weeks before Stuttgart, it was good to see that the layout modules were running OK on their last outing before the show. There was a little trouble with a couple of points, but that may have been incompetence as much as electronics. Usually, it’s about now that things start to fail….