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Category Archives: N Club International
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….
Whilst I am in Germany, I thought I’d post some old Stuttgart photographs taken prior to me starting blogging. We start with my first visit in 2010. Some things look just the same. Some of us look rather younger….. … Continue reading
Off to find a tin parrot at Gatwick later, for ESNG’s annual pilgrimage to the Stuttgart N-Club International meet. A full report will appear next week, but here are a few pictures of ESNG from past years. Beer is always … Continue reading
I’ve finished my little module for Stuttgart, and built the box for it to travel in. It just needs the white line down the middle of the road, and I’m waiting for the appropriate pen in the post. Here … Continue reading
I’d hoped to report more workbench progress today, but work has been delayed by the timber yard losing my order, and my plastic filler going solid (well, it probably was 10 years old.) So a couple of links from Model … Continue reading
As Christmas approached, I found the time to tidy up the railway room, and have made a list of projects and tasks for the weeks and months ahead. Some might be considered as overambitious….. But as a simple warmup exercise, … Continue reading