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If you are old enough, you may remember the Triang Giraffe car, where the said animal ducked its head on approaching a low obstacle. I never had one, and would confess that I never even wanted one! But fact is … Continue reading
Another mixup for Friday….. This would be a real modelling challenge! Mind you, you don’t have to go to Queensland for floods. The BBC recorded this at Euston… Another modelling challenge – especially if you wanted to include the catenary…. … Continue reading
I continue to be amazed at the amount of quality content on YouTube. Railway, that is, but I keep getting diverted by some brilliant music videos, especially from the 1960’s and 70’s, and build videos for plastic kits. I’m very … Continue reading
Haven’t done one of these for a while….. This video of Peter Denny’s ‘Buckingham’ shows just how good a model it was. Way ahead of its time…. I’ve no idea where this is, but great film of rail and trams…. … Continue reading
On my morning constitutional, I stopped for what turned out to be a long chat with a friend. Continuing over the Redhill-Tonbridge line, I spotted a train approaching – and it looked like a real train with a locomotive. Turned … Continue reading
After a suitable tip-off, I headed for Earlswood station (on the Brighton main line) to see a steam special pass through. And then went home again, as it was heavily delayed, just short of Clapham Junction, waiting to take on … Continue reading
A little PS from Allan, with some more narrow gauge photos…. Rheilfford Eryri / The Welsh Highland Railway….. Rheilfford Ffestiniog /The Ffestiniog Railway…..
It was most interesting visiting the workshops and storage sheds and seeing what treasures were tucked away there. Bulleid’s malachite green can look very smart. This O2 is a fine locomotive and I’m bound to like it – it’s almost … Continue reading
My turn to post my holiday snaps now! Maxine and I had three very pleasant nights on the Isle of Wight. Great to get away after 18 month or so at home, and the weather was kind to us. The … Continue reading