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Well, I’ve had more reads of my signing off post, than all my previous interesting ones. There must be a moral there somewhere. So I couldn’t resist a quick post. Recommended reading for anyone into BLT’s (branch line termini) American … Continue reading
Our visit to the South Devon Railway did, of course, include a visit to the second-hand book shop. (It has to be said, too, that we visited the bookshop at Buckfast Abbey and came out with a purchase.) I couldn’t … Continue reading
We all get older. Even Iain Rice gets older. That young whipper-snapper with radical ideas on P4 modelling and on layout design is now an elder statesman of the hobby. Fortunately he writes in just the same style as he ever … Continue reading
The new year has come around again and it’s time for this year’s ‘Model Railroad Planning’ from Kalmbach. I get this annual publication every year, and it is almost always worth a read. There are usually too many (for me) … Continue reading
A mixed bag today, with two things that caught my eye, and two whimsical railway thoughts…. I had an overdose of model railway shows this weekend, and came away encouraged to get down and do some more modelling. However, the … Continue reading
Regular readers will know that I am better at planning railroads than building them, and probably prefer the armchair to the workshop. So I was pleased to receive this year’s copy of ‘Model Railroad Planning’, published by Kalmbach, from the … Continue reading
Of all the writers and ex-writers in Model Railroader, Tony Koester has always been a good read. High quality modelling, interesting and sometimes unconventional ideas, and an occasional whimsical look at our hobby makes him someone worth listening to. His latest … Continue reading