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Tag Archives: Lehigh Valley
Not much modelling done (again.) But the digging in the garden is complete. I’m thinking of patenting the 3-G diet. Do three hours of heavy gardening a day, and watch the pounds disappear! As for the blog, here’s the last … Continue reading
Another day of Lehigh Valley photographs. Once again, not sure who took them, and apologies for using them!
Fit and well, but no inspiration for words today, so here are a few pictures of the old Lehigh Valley. Not sure who took them, and apologies for using them!
This would make an interesting model! No. 1, the private car of the Lehigh Valley Railroad’s superintendant. Must have been a bit hot inside during the summer months! But imagine the comments you’d get as this trundled past on a … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, Simon emailed me…. Did you see that they now have Lehigh Valley? https://www.rapidotrains.com/n-osgood-bradley-coaches-2nd/ Simon I hadn’t seen this, but quickly rectified the situation and ordered one of each number. I hadn’t really intended to buy more … Continue reading
I was delighted to receive my long ordered Rapido Osgood-Bradley coaches. I was less delighted that they chose to take the money from my account just as the pound tanked after Brexit! The Rapido models are delightful, and full of … Continue reading
I’ve been looking again to try and pin down Leigh Valley Cornell Red. I started with two preserved locomotives – no fading colour here I hope…. Well, no consistency here….. So I went to my albums. Here are 2 … Continue reading
I recently came across the Barriger Library collection of old USA steam railroad photographs. Lots of inspiration if you model such things. Plenty of pleasant browsing even if you don’t. The photos are not always of the best quality, but … Continue reading
Nice photo posted on the Model Railroad Hobbyist site (quick plug – this e-magazine is nearly all North American, but is free, high-quality and downloadable on any tablet or computer to keep). Not sure of the photographer, but it’s a … Continue reading