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Category Archives: Weird and wonderful
Another little modelling challenge, if you have a spare Oxford models Land Rover available. How about a conversion into an ice-cream van? See the O9 modeller blog for this idea!
Now this would make a good animation for your station…. But please don’t try this at home, gentle readers!
Or what to do with an old roundhouse…. From Facebook and originally Google Earth, this car repair shop has been adapted from part of a roundhouse. The turntable has been replaced by some rather tight curves. This would make such … Continue reading
From Facebook, Micro/Small Railroad group. It’s not Photoshopped, but from Englewood Logging Ry, Vancouver Island, BC. Anyone game to model this in ‘N’? It makes the ‘Pacer’ units positively modern, and I suggest that a Dapol Pacer could be a … Continue reading
Not railways, I know, but whilst wasting a little time on YouTube, I came across these Hong Kong, Kai Tak airport, landing videos. They brought back some good memories of visits to Hong Kong, and the spectacular landing as one … Continue reading
Life’s got a bit busy, so I’ll be taking a few days off from blogging. Hope to have some news on N Gauge SouthEast 2020 over the weekend. And here’s a dreadful warning for our larger readers…. Britain’s steepest cliff … Continue reading