I’m back in circulation after testing negative on Tuesday. And feeling much better, but still rather washed out.
So it was off to the ESNG meeting, where six members braved a rather wet evening. Not a bad turnout, as the Chairman is in Stuttgart, and the Treasurer is avoiding us in case he catches something. But some of the usual suspects were present and sort of correct. We were rather slow setting things up, but got there in the end.
Ian’s son had been testing his new printer with this rather impressive building and 46′ canal narrow boat. A very good standard of print from a filament machine.
We did run a few trains. Ian had a replacement Class 108 DMU to test, and this one seems fine.
And Derek was defending the realm!
I retired early – enough excitement for one day!
An obscure prototype to finish – Blackwall Station on the GER and LNER. All gone by BR days, but an interesting and simple terminus, with a backdrop of enormous ships.