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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….
Sunday’s PlayDay was well attended, with 10 members there, plus Sean’s Lucas. Derek brought round the new club corners, to wire up some leads…. And also one of his new ‘super dashboards’. This one will link up with Peter’s station…. … Continue reading
Again, starting Monday’s fiddle yard session. All track down, and all point motors fitted. And we’ve learnt to fit point motors with just 2 ESNG members! Next stop – wiring! And at Wednesday’s meeting, 8 hardy members braved the rain … 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
Starting today with Monday’s fiddle yard session. And this week’s competition. How many ESNG members does it take to fit a SEEP point motor? Actually, 3 is pretty realistic. One to hold the board vertical, one to make sure the … Continue reading