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The venerable (and wonderful) Class 442’s are in trouble. Back on their old Wessex line runs, they seem to be automatically changing signals. The 30-year-old Class 442 trains were reintroduced by South Western Railway (SWR) in June after a £45m … Continue reading
Maxine and I recently visited Polsden Lacey – again. But every time we find something new of interest. Browsing a 1917 copy of the London Illustrated news left around (as one does), I came across these pictures of the army … Continue reading
Ichabod – the glory has departed. Can you recognise the station? A most distinctive terminus on a curve (clue – it’s well south of Watford.) Answer – Cowes, Isle of Wight
Ron’s back on safari…. Left home this morning to travel up to Waterloo from where I took a train to Wareham. At Wareham I took the train from Waterloo via Salisbury, Yeovil and Weymouth to Corfe Castle. At Corfe I … Continue reading
I’d like to do a ‘What’s on my workbench’ post, but I have to be honest and say that there is very little there, and it’s gathering dust. I’m suffering from a mojo loss and an acute case of indecisiveness … Continue reading
Well, I’ve had my blogging holiday, thanks to Allan and Ron, so it’s back to the same old…. A couple or three links to get us going. Some wonderful 100 year old pre-grouping photographs, found during a house clearance. Piccadilly … Continue reading
The last few days…..