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An interesting publication on goods sheds and warehouses….. https://historicengland.org.uk/images-books/publications/railway-goods-shed-and-warehouse-in-england/the-railway-goods-shed-and-warehouse/ Why not to graffiti Japanese trains… https://japantoday.com/category/crime/australian-man-arrested-for-spraying-graffiti-on-tokyo-subway-cars And they’re here – expensive but wonderful!!!
I’ll report on the show next week, when I’ve recovered, but in the meantime, this video is pure genius – and a modelling challenge. Whoever designed this monorail track in Japan is a genius. pic.twitter.com/UhC6RmtoxG
A few more odds and ends that I’ve been saving….. Riding the tube – a photo essay. During his commute into central London, photographer Stefan Rousseau has started taking pictures of his fellow passengers, who are often absorbed in their … Continue reading
Sorry, I’ve not been blogging as often recently – a mixture of NGSE rather monopolising my thinking, plus being called into work to look at an interesting problem with sediment in the River Thames. But here are a couple of … Continue reading
An interesting set of photos, with not much railway, but a lot of interesting engineering. They show construction of the Katrine aqueduct, that provides water to Glasgow. I did some hydraulic analysis on the treatment works at the end … Continue reading
From the prototype for everything department. How about a yard inside a reversing loop, including an engine shed and turntable. Try Danbury, Connecticut, where there is a full loop at the end of the commuter services from New York. Lines … Continue reading