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Category Archives: Weird and wonderful
No inspiration today – my brain resembles this incident on the Chicago elevated – or perhaps it is just an ESNG running night? Nice bit of Health and Safety, though, especially the hard hat….
With apologies to Star Trek! This video, hi-jacked from the 2mm Association site, is just one incredible bit of model making. And I’m not (for once) talking about the fine scale. Shunting using a tractor – whatever next – working … Continue reading
A Happy New Year to you all! I hope that it’s a good one and plenty of modelling gets done. I try not to make resolutions, as they invariably fail, but I do intend to complete a few of the … Continue reading
I really do hope, Paul, that you don’t buy this set of Japanese prototype trains…. Motorised Sushi! Whatever next. I have seen a model restaurant with a moving sushi conveyor belt, but this is taking things too far. The description … Continue reading
A few links that I have been storing up….. One of the most positive articles that I’ve seen on model railways…. It’s a small world: Radio Times celebrates 95 years with replica of iconic 1950s delivery van “It’s being able … Continue reading
Simon writes: Attached some photos from this tour: https://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/whats-on/hidden-london/euston-the-lost-tunnels Pricey but fascinating. Posters date from construction of the Victoria line in the 60’s. Looks fun – but probably not a recommended outing for the wedding anniversary…. But I see that … Continue reading