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A Happy New Year to you all! I hope that it’s a good one and plenty of modelling gets done. I try not to make resolutions, as they invariably fail, but I do intend to complete a few of the … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, Simon emailed me…. Did you see that they now have Lehigh Valley? https://www.rapidotrains.com/n-osgood-bradley-coaches-2nd/ Simon I hadn’t seen this, but quickly rectified the situation and ordered one of each number. I hadn’t really intended to buy more … Continue reading
Well, I’ve had more reads of my signing off post, than all my previous interesting ones. There must be a moral there somewhere. So I couldn’t resist a quick post. Recommended reading for anyone into BLT’s (branch line termini) American … Continue reading
From the Independent….. China announces plans for ‘flying train’ that can travel up to 2,500mph The state-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) has claimed it plans to develop the next generation of trains, which can travel at speeds … Continue reading
Before reporting on ESNG exhibiting at the Bluebell Railway, here’s a couple of links to an article I came across on the BBC website, “In pictures: The empty railways of America.” One of photographer John Sanderson’s earliest memories was family … Continue reading
The day before going to Stuttgart, Maxine and I had the privilege of going to the wedding of a Chinese friend of ours. An interesting experience, with the church service in Mandarin, translated back into English for the few English … Continue reading