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For my last post of 2018, a few final comments on layout design. As a member of ESNG, a modular club, where do parts 1-3 of the series leave me? It sounds very much as if I have abandoned the … Continue reading
In my earlier ramblings about continuous layouts, I missed out one excellent example, and a concept for such designs. Chris Morris’ Little Aller is based on Aller Junction in Devon in the early sixties. The area of the layout is … Continue reading
What Santa brought me – via Ebay and handed directly to Maxine for wrapping! And is this the cutest tank engine ever (can’t think of a better adjective.) ‘Borrowed’ from RMweb, it comes from Belgium. Bit tricky for ‘N’, though….
“Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.” But nine ESNG members made it to club night, less than a week before Christmas. Neil and John were … Continue reading
It was before Stuttgart that I posted some thoughts on ’roundy-roundy’ layouts. In the past month I have been looking at my modelling direction yet again. I’ll explore my thoughts a little more over the next few posts – and … Continue reading
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