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Amongst all my other projects ongoing, I have two N-club boards that need some railway on them. So how about squeezing a quart into a pint pot? Stewarts Lane lay just south of the River Thames in Battersea and was … Continue reading
No, I’m not about to build another layout – progress continues to be good on the Minories, and all will be reported soon. Last month I came across this picture of the tracks just to the south of East Croydon … Continue reading
As a diversion from my layout design travails, I came across some historic model railway designs on RMWeb, that are worth reposting. The Larpool and Easington (or was it Easington and Larpool) railway appears in the Railway Modeller sometime in … Continue reading
I’ve always appreciated Ian Futer’s layouts, and their underlying designs. Some of his best designs are his three-point specials. Very simple, but with enough operation built in to be reasonably interesting to operate. This month’s Railway Modeller brought these plans … Continue reading
Another repost today. All’s well in the Bartlett household, but modelling has been replaced by gardening for a day or two. After Maxine’s epic pruning work, fortunately the shredder still worked. And the results were spectacular! Back to the post…. … Continue reading
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 quick post from Facebook Traction Modelling group – it deserves a wider audience. This slightly predated health and safety, I think! 1/2 inch scale (larger than Gauge 1) 110V (yes 110) overhead line power supply The loco is powered … Continue reading
Again trawling the Traction Facebook site. Volkmar Meier has some interesting 3D printed interurbans and streetcars on Shapeways. But here he looks at getting the trolleys to go round in ever decreasing circles…. Tomytec drivers, have you ever wondered about … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I posted a link to the little micro-layout of the Japanese Gakunan line. I’ve included the track layout and another picture below… I recently joined the Facebook ‘Traction Model Railroading’ group, that is full of inspiring … Continue reading