My covid seems to have degenerated to just a heavy cold, so I’m optimistic! And I’m well enough to get some modelling done. But today’s blog will be a simple selection of photos requiring little effort from my poor old brain.
Fareham in the 1960’s. A very modellable scene in every way, and lots of details from a bygone age.
Talking of bygone ages, Baker Street tube station hasn’t changed that much!
I wish the same could be said for Bembridge, on the Isle of Wight.
We lost such an iconic location….
Another iconic location – not entirely lost, as the viaduct is now a cycleway. Midford viaduct on the Somerset & Dorset. I love the view down the lane that Peter Leigh has captured. I don’t think that I have seen a photo from here before.
Two pictures of the Newhaven West Quay line. A funny little branch on the opposite side of the river from the main terminus. Street running with a Terrier – can’t be bad!
Another Terrier for good measure, in a very modellable location. Sorry, I’ve lost the photo credit for this one, but hope that it’s OK to reproduce it here.
And finally, back to 1930’s America and a Lehigh Valley poster. Great artwork of a lovely train.