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Category Archives: Layout design
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This lovely picture is in the Bournemouth/Poole area. Taken in the 1950’s or early 60’s by that ancient Hillman Minx at the crossing. For the modeller, this is just what you need as a prototype for everything – two level … Continue reading
First, one for the station…. Second, one from pre-lockdown. Model this and neither the trains, nor the rail replacement buses need to move. Lingfield Station crash: Four injured as rail replacement bus crashes
There’s been a flurry of ‘Minories’ discussion again on RMWeb. And here are a few of the new ideas. Probably the optimum Minories arranagement, using two ‘Y’ points to reduce the reverse curves and straighten the platform. An ‘almost’ Minories … Continue reading
Another repost today. All’s well in the Bartlett household, but modelling has been replaced by gardening for a day or two. After Maxine’s epic pruning work, fortunately the shredder still worked. And the results were spectacular! Back to the post…. … Continue reading
This would make an interesting model! No. 1, the private car of the Lehigh Valley Railroad’s superintendant. Must have been a bit hot inside during the summer months! But imagine the comments you’d get as this trundled past on a … Continue reading
All still OK in Chateau Bartlett! I’ve done more modelling in a week than the previous 6 months (though my better half will probably soon mention the garden.) But I thought I’d mention this link on Facebook, for those who … Continue reading
We’ll start the post on the beach at Lancing. A grey day, but bracing rather than unpleasant. But why was I there – and what’s this doing in a railway blog? Well, the beach car park was recommended for the … Continue reading