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I am a firm believer in looking at other scales other than ‘N’. And I can’t cope with criticisms of exhibitions that moan about, “Not much ‘N’ there.” Surely, one can take inspiration from any scale or gauge, and they … Continue reading
N Gauge SouthEast – 2021 – abandoned I’m sorry to have to announce that we have decided to abandon the 2021 NGSE show, originally planned for April 2021. This is a long way ahead, and it was not a happy … Continue reading
Try this – hours of watching and some brilliant layouts.
The NCI meet at Stuttgart seems a long time away in deepest November, but who knows whether it will happen or not? I recently had a mail from Stefan in Stuttgart, responding to our ESNG newsletter. Feeling almost exactly the … Continue reading
All still OK in Chateau Bartlett! I’ve done more modelling in a week than the previous 6 months (though my better half will probably soon mention the garden.) But I thought I’d mention this link on Facebook, for those who … Continue reading
What a different world we live in all of a sudden. I spent Sunday evening and Monday talking to people and closing down (1) The NGSE show, (2) East Surrey N Gauge Club, and (3) Our church. My phone was … Continue reading
Very sad, but with the deteriorating Corvid-19 situation, we have no choice but to cancel – even if it’s before the government decides to shut down any large gatherings. Hopefully, we’ll have another try next year….
We’ll start the post on the beach at Lancing. A grey day, but bracing rather than unpleasant. But why was I there – and what’s this doing in a railway blog? Well, the beach car park was recommended for the … Continue reading
All is on track for NGSE 2020. We’ve lost a trader, but replaced them with two others. We’ve obviously had a couple of questions about coronavirus. Obviously this needs monitoring carefully, but we’ll be going ahead unless the number of … Continue reading