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Category Archives: Out and about
So…. You have a reputation as a troublemaker, but you will not escape from Colditz, Herr Dawes!!! Meanwhile, back on the Elbe paddle steamers…. Next post, some trains again.
Day 5 will come in two instalments…. Chilly becoming very hot. [Ed: Sounds like a vindaloo warning?] Left hotel at 9am to catch paddle steamer to Meissen. Following a lunch break tour of Meissen Pottery, which was boring. In shop … Continue reading
So to Day 4…. Started off cool but once again it is now a scorcher. Group one way trip on Weisseritztal bahn from Freital before returning in our minibus to Dresden. Decided to try what they call their mountain railways. … Continue reading
Day 3 of Ron’s latest exploits. Muggy turned into steady drizzle. This morning we had an interesting guided walk round Dresden. A free afternoon so I did a recce to find things to do on the remaining free day and … Continue reading
Dresden trams…. Dresden Hbf, inside and out…. The River Elbe…. And Dresden itself. Old Town…. Frauenkirche and Martin Luther statue…..
This is the time of year I try to take a bit of a blogging break. However, Ron is on his travels again, visiting Dresden, so I’ll have an easy time posting his reports and pictures of trains and places. … Continue reading
And finally, the micro layouts. These were mostly entrants to the Diamond Jubilee Challenge layouts. The 2mm Scale Association ran a layout challenge to celebrate their Diamond Jubilee in 2020. Entrants were required to build a small 2mm scale layout … Continue reading
Today, we’ll look at the ‘medium’ sized layouts, that takes in anything that isn’t tiny and isn’t enormous. These are the sort of layouts that the average punter could build – not ‘lifetime’ layouts like those in the my last … Continue reading
Plenty of blogging to get on with. I’ve got another set of photos from Germany, as Ron once again goes in hunt of the elusive strudel – and no doubt immediately eats it. But first, an account of a most … Continue reading