Tag Archives: N gauge

ESNG meeting – 6 December 2018

Only a couple of pictures tonight, as I spent too much of the evening talking.  16 persons present and it was good to welcome visitors Steve, Ken and Martin.  Plenty of trains were on the move…..   So, a couple … Continue reading

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Off to Stuttgart

Off to find a tin parrot at Gatwick later, for ESNG’s annual pilgrimage to the Stuttgart N-Club International meet.  A full report will appear next week, but here are a few pictures of ESNG from past years. Beer is always … Continue reading

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ESNG PlayDay – 11 November 2018

Puts our hobby into a little perspective on Remembrance Sunday….. Our family was, perhaps, fortunate – I had two grandfathers who fought in WW1, and my father was on the Normandy beaches in WW2 – and they all came home.  … Continue reading

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On my workbench – a little distraction

With Stuttgart two weeks away, I had to admit that my modules just weren’t going to get finished.  Actually, I was beginning to lose interest in them again.  But I wanted to take something new along, so I thought I’d … Continue reading

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The Redhill Brick & Model Show – 2018

Last Saturday was spent locally, supporting the 17th Reigate Scouts in a new venture for them, a Lego and model show.  We were not sure what to expect, but it turned out to be a very pleasant and relaxed day … Continue reading

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ESNG meeting – 1 November 2018

Another busy evening, with 13 members in attendance.  And it was particularly good to see the Cha(I)rman back in circulation. There were so many trains running that I didn’t get to test my bargain from the Dapol website – a … Continue reading

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In defence of the roundy-roundy

You may recall that I have recently been rather critical of continuous run (roundy-roundy) layouts, especially at exhibitions.  The criticism has perhaps been less of the concept, and perhaps more of the fact that there has been a ‘sameness’ between … Continue reading

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