Some pictures today….
Railway posters ain’t what they used to be…..
But other advertising was a little more basic….
An Albion Nimbus outside Southampton Central station….
Staying with the station theme….
Redhill with blue-grey EMUs but semaphore signals…
Seaton Junction before rebuilding and widening….
Farnham in 1910….
Hope I’m OK to share this photo by Derek Buckett – it’s such a wonderful shot of Southern electric loco 20003 at East Croydon.
Moving on to the prototype for everything department. A Merchant Navy class at Clapham Junction hauling a milk train – probably for Vauxhall, not Morden. This was a common running-in turn for ex-works locos, so a wide range of classes could be seen.
Buses on bridges have become a modelling cliche. But how about a tram engine on a bridge?
A very modellable scene from Australia….
Put this on your layout and you’ll be accused of poor modelling!
Always assuming you survive our hot tip for soldering!