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Paul Ingraham on Commercial vehicle run #3 Mark on Commercial vehicle run #1 Nigel Wright on Ilfracombe 1972 Chris McCutcheon on Potpourri #1050 Christopher McCutche… on Ilfracombe 1972
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I was surprised at just how many trams there were in the tram shed, all available for operation. They come from all over the UK, and a few from Europe, including this Berlin tram…. And one, if I remember rightly, … Continue reading
A week’s holiday with Maxine for a reunion of old Hong Kong friends started in Milton Keynes, where we stayed for the weekend and caught up with three lots of friends and family. However, any keen railway enthusiast will track … Continue reading
Another day out on a preserved railway. Allan reports: Sunday 20th of May was the last day of the 1940’s weekend at the Kent & East Sussex Railway. It was an over cast morning but the sun came through about … Continue reading
A few shots of the Mid-Hants Railway from Ron. Note the beautiful spring weather….
A message from the Cha(i)rman dropped into my inbox: Hi having a great time at Barrow Hill Round House. Picture below. The first pictures have railway content and look interesting enough…. But the next ones show the true purpose of … Continue reading
There seem to be a lot of good railway items in the news recently – so here’s another, from the Daily Telegraph. Not quite ‘N’ gauge, but a lovely piece of machinery, combining good points from both European and American … Continue reading
Here are a dozen photos from a family visit to the Bluebell Railway in 2003. The Bluebell was one of the earliest preserved lines in the UK, and is still one of the best. My daughter must have been all … Continue reading