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Category Archives: ESNG meetings
Good to see 12 persons at last night’s meeting – and the treasurer was delighted that some of them even paid up their annual subs! We got Raysden out of Derek’s garage for the evening. We wanted to take it … Continue reading
Our AGM was last night, and 10 hardy souls came along to enjoy the highlight(?) of the year. At least we don’t charge subs for this meeting! Still, it was a useful and laid back time. The committee got elected … Continue reading
A quiet evening with just the six punters, but everyone had brought some trains to run. Derek was having a Longmoor Military Railway evening, I had some new Dapol coaches, and Paul, surprisingly, had a number of bullet trains. Dereks’ … Continue reading
A couple up updates on club and blog…. Unfortunately we won’t be exhibiting at the Bluebell Railway model weekend in a couple of weeks time. They have overrunning building work and haven’t got room for us. Hopefully, it’s next year….. … Continue reading
A good turn out tonight, and plenty of trains running – and the usual suspects! Trains included some period German railcars…. Allan’s milk train…. Paul’s usual long Japanese goods… And Simon’s USA superpower….
After Sunday’s monster N-mod layout, and lots of members, Wednesday was rather more restrained. But we still got trains running…. It was Terrier night, with my British Railways version (plus new Dapol Maunsell brake-composite.) Derek’s ‘Bodiam’…. And Derek’s ‘Earlswood’. Simon … Continue reading
Another pleasant afternoon playing trains, with a bakers dozen or so of members and friends attending. Paul brought along part of his Kato Racetrack, with transition boards to change from Kato Unitrack to N-mod standards. 20′ of layout just about … Continue reading