ESNG meeting – 3 February 2021

Eight members appeared on Zoom tonight.  We managed to keep conversation very much ‘on track’ with railway topics.  Must have been the positive influence of Chris, managing to join us for the first time.

It was also good to see Peter in his new house (not that I could tell it from the old one by the background), having moved since we last met.  And Paul ran a good few trains to entertain us.  Only a cameo appearance from Phil’s cat this week…..

Paul summed it all up on Facebook….

Another ESNG Zoom meeting this evening. Talk was mostly about trains, model railways and railway books, with vaccinations getting a mention as well. I had trains running, only 4 this time owing to engineering work. Once completed later this month, I should have 10 trains running plus some trams.

Elsewhere in the club, Brian reports progress on his layout:

Having been hampered by ill health and a freezing cold garage, I finally got some energy to put all my recent modelling work on the layout – although there is more to come. Breng and Arriva have been operating these Stadler GTW units since around 2012, and these still have a good few more years in them before hydrogen takes over maybe. Please enjoy the fiddly stuff I’ve managed to create …..

And Paul posted on Facebook this real life equivalent of the ‘blue box’ for transporting your trains around…..

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Secretary of the East Surrey N Gauge railway club
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