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Category Archives: ESNG meetings
Another successful Zoom meeting tonight. The usual suspects found nothing to talk about for 90 minutes or so. We were also joined by Paula – great to see her and the family before relocating back home to Portugal. And we … Continue reading
My eldest has escaped Berlin for a few days down to the Black Forest and the Swiss border. Being well trained (?), she sent me three railway shots. Looks great, both forest and trains! I have got no further than … Continue reading
Message from John Brightwell…. Hello Jon That’s what I call a properly sceniced model railway! Best wishes, John It’s a garden railway above Lake Thun, Switzerland. Though you might need to go for a long walk to rescue a derailment … Continue reading
Another attempt at Zoom tonight. Just the four of us, as I received a number of apologies (all for very good reasons) from other members. It was good to see Phil, who has been more locked down than most, and … Continue reading
No, we didn’t start (illegally) meeting, but we managed a Zoom meeting. Good to see people, rather than just talk on the phone. There seems to have been some modelling, and quite a lot of buying, going on amongst the … Continue reading
Sunday’s PlayDay was well attended, with 10 members there, plus Sean’s Lucas. Derek brought round the new club corners, to wire up some leads…. And also one of his new ‘super dashboards’. This one will link up with Peter’s station…. … Continue reading
Again, starting Monday’s fiddle yard session. All track down, and all point motors fitted. And we’ve learnt to fit point motors with just 2 ESNG members! Next stop – wiring! And at Wednesday’s meeting, 8 hardy members braved the rain … Continue reading
Starting today with Monday’s fiddle yard session. And this week’s competition. How many ESNG members does it take to fit a SEEP point motor? Actually, 3 is pretty realistic. One to hold the board vertical, one to make sure the … Continue reading
First, a photo I forgot to post from last week’s meeting. Electric blue must be the all-time best livery for the LMR electrics – even though this is a modern repaint. More progress on the fiddle yard on Monday. Most … Continue reading