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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
First, a photo I forgot to post from last week’s meeting. Electric blue must be the all-time best livery for the LMR electrics – even though this is a modern repaint. More progress on the fiddle yard on Monday. Most … Continue reading
Sunday’s BuildDay was a little more selective – just the 4 members braved Storm Ciara to carry on with fiddle yard construction. We did, of course start with a curry – it will take more than a little wind to … Continue reading
A massive 13 members turned out on Thursday, plus visitor John. It was very confusing – two Derek’s, two Simon’s, two John’s and two Paul’s! Paul was looking forward to his rapidly approaching Japan trip, and running all the bullet … Continue reading
Realising that NGSE is rapidly approaching, more work on the new fiddle yard was needed. So I arranged to borrow the church hall for a couple of hours on Monday afternoons to get some track laid. We got underway, fitting … Continue reading
NGSE 2020 is getting close! We had another visit to Reigate College this week to check out a few things, and show a couple of club members the site. I had invested in a laser measure, and was (a) impressed … Continue reading
Following Sunday’s enthusiasm, just the 7 members turned up on Wednesday. We made some more progress on the fiddleyard. Danger, man at work!! We added all the brass screws that will have the track soldered to it at the board … Continue reading
Sunday’s PlayDay also included an element of building. After a healthy (??) curry, 12 members gathered to run trains. TrackShack had delivered almost everything we needed for the fiddleyard (point motors still to be ordered.) Their service is as good … Continue reading