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A great picture from Sean of the layout he built for his son: “Here’s a picture you can use of Lucas getting his first layout for his 7th birthday. Keeping it going with the youngsters” It seems to have gone … Continue reading
And some of Allan’s pictures from last year. Once again, setting up and socialising seem to appear in a lot of shots. And some ESNG members are evident, as always. This should be the last reminiscences! Back to 2020, now….
More 2015 reminiscences from Mr Dawes…… First full day at the model railway show in Stuttgart. Party at the end made it worthwhile. Why can’t British shows be like this? This train ferry made a perfect way of separating the … Continue reading
Various members of ESNG would have descended on Stuttgart for the NCI meet this weekend. We’re all missing a fun weekend, but there have been a number of posts remembering the past years. Allan starts us off from 2018…. Spending … Continue reading
Zoom again tonight. As ever, good to catch up with some of the ESNG members. There were just the eight of us on the call, plus Maxine for a while, and briefly, two cats. Starting out, we seemed to be … Continue reading
Not much modelling progress, but pre-lockdown I did raid Champions in Dorking and came back with a stock of 6mm plywood. The wood is all flat – the photo makes it look twisted. I’ve been looking at the mysterious boxes … Continue reading
A pre-lockdown special tonight. Not that lockdown makes any difference to Zoom…. We peaked at nine persons logged in (plus one cat), and the conversation even touched upon railways once or twice. By the time we’ve all talked about lockdown, … Continue reading
Still no modelling progress. It’s been great to see some of the club on Zoom, but I’m pining for club nights and exhibitions – and that’s a surprise for an anti-social loner like myself! Still – I have read a … Continue reading
A record breaking evening on Zoom. We started with just the four of us. That included an impressive display with John and Alpenbahn, and five trains running around. Paul was on-line, but no trains running, due to some wiring issues … Continue reading