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Category Archives: N Club International
I’m pinched DM-toy’s video of the Stuttgart setup – when you get to 2:21 you’ll see Messrs Dawes and Atfield hard at work setting up our modules. And elsewhere in Germany, some ESNG members are trying to get to Stuttgart … Continue reading
Off to find a tin parrot at Gatwick later this week, for ESNG’s annual pilgrimage to the Stuttgart N-Club International meet. Maxine and I are going out for the weekend, and we’ll be joined on Saturday by son Michael. No … Continue reading
A while back I reported on me repainting Microtrains and Atlas coaches into Lehigh Valley colours. These coaches are not exactly right for LV heavyweights, but they’ll do the job. And I have finished the repaints – plus four … Continue reading
I’ve not made a lot of progress with railways recently, perhaps completing more shopping than actual modelling. But here are a few odds and ends from the gloat box. Repainting Microtrains and Atlas coaches into Lehigh Valley colours continues. Having … Continue reading
My last set of photographs from Stuttgart (unless anyone else sends me some.) We’ll start with the visiting Japanese module, accompanied by the students who built it, plus Mr Kato himself. A well observed little model – I especially liked … Continue reading
Wandering around the exhibition, I found a lot of new modules that I hadn’t seen before, and a good number of old friends. I tried to take photographs mostly of modules new to me, and also of those with interesting … Continue reading
Home from Stuttgart, and the lounge is again full of railways. They will go upstairs to the loft tomorrow, when I have a little more energy. We had another excellent week at the Stuttgart N-Club International meet. On the whole, … Continue reading
Last of these old pictures – 2013. Hopefully next week there’ll be a report from 2018!!
First 2011… And then 2012….