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Category Archives: Weird and wonderful
Turning out a few more boxes, and found some early, probably teenage, modelling. My two favourite railway books at that time were these….. Don Boreham’s book is a classic. Instructions in how to scratchbuild all that was needed for a … Continue reading
A Happy New Year to you all! I’m sure none of us could have predicted how 2020 turned out. I hope that you all keep safe and 2021 gradually improves. And that we’ll begin to see ESNG club nights start … Continue reading
This just sums it all up! Just wish human beings behaved as well as swans do….. Swan song: German firefighters remove ‘mourning’ bird blocking railway line Or maybe this one, as the ultimate 2020 tree decoration….
A happy and blessed Christmas to you all. May the coming year be far, far, better than 2020 turned out to be! And here’s a little something to build over the holiday…. Or this? And here you are just before … Continue reading
In tier 4, wondering what tier 5 would be like! I’ll be taking a few days off from blogging over Christmas. Short of ideas, but that pile of plywood in the loft is still calling. Please note, in 2040, there … Continue reading
Exactly….. With most of us, they’d be bored out of their minds…..
This came up on an RMWeb thread. I recall seeing Teddy Boston’s layout in the Model Railway News back in the 1960’s. It’s a very respectable bit of modelling for that era, and he also build a delightful model of … Continue reading
A sign for the times? I’ve been throwing things out, and I expect that I’ll need them next week….. London Bridge lines in the 1930’s. An inspirational shot….. An interesting branch terminus on the Reading, NE USA. The baseboard shape … Continue reading
Brian has been out train hunting again: Thought I’d try capturing an RHTT locally, on it’s extended tour of the south east today. First time I’d been out with my camera for a while, and went to Horley station. Thankfully … Continue reading